5 edition of Abilene lawmen found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 188-191) and index.
|Statement||Larry D. Underwood.|
|LC Classifications||F689.A2 U64 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 200 p. :|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||99035308|
There’s a very good book called Abilene Lawmen, by Larry Underwood (available on Amazon). I really like the way it paints a picture frontier life in Kansas cow towns like Abilene. There’s also an episode of American Lawmen called “The Two Fisted Marshal of Abilene” on PBS, that reenacts the events of this case. There’s a version on. Thomas "Bear River” Smith served as a lawman in New York City, Bear River, Wyoming and Kit Carson, Colorado, before becoming marshal of the rough and tumble cowtown of Abilene, Kansas in June,
Noah Benton, a teenager with a great memory, a head for arithmetic, and dreams of excitement, is hired along with his older brother to help drive a herd of Texas longhorns to Abilene, Kansas. But Noah’s trail boss happens to be John Wesley Hardin, a notorious killer who thinks Texas lawmen won’t look for a fugitive in a crew of hardworking /5(4). Découvrez cette écoute proposée par New York Times and Publishers Weekly best-selling author Robert Vaughan has received a Pulitzer Prize nomination and a Spur Award for his stories set in the Wild West. The day after their welcoming dinner in Blodgett, Texas, Lucy Goodnight's husband Phi.
Abilene Lawmen by Larry D. Underwood. This book tells the stories of both Smith and "Wild Bill" Hickok in great detail. I believe it is out of print, but some sellers on list it for close to $ Thomas “Bear River” Smith served as a lawman in New York City, Bear River, Wyoming and Kit Carson, Colorado, before becoming marshal of the rough and tumble cowtown of Abilene, Kansas in June Born in New York City on J , Smith grew up to be a middle-weight professional boxer before joining the New York City Police force.
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Two lawmen set out to protect the West's first cow town, Abilene, Kansas, from lawless cowboys that arrived with the Texas cattle herds. The first lawman, Bear River Tom Smith, preferred to use his fists. His successor, Wild Bill Hickok, used his smoking guns. Contains violence.
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Noah Benton, a teenager with a great memory, a head for arithmetic, and dreams of excitement, is hired along with his older brother to help drive a herd of Texas longhorns to Abilene, Kansas.
But Noah's trail boss happens to be John Wesley Hardin, a notorious killer who thinks Texas lawmen. Readers, our society pays attention to a few Old West Lawmen while the majority, who acted heroically, are unknown and generally unsung.
But someone is paying attention. J.R. Sanders recently published Some Gave All: Forgotten Old West Lawmen Who Died With Their Boots On, and now you too can find out about these good men.
Sanders–who now lives in .After he suckered in Dan and Jed Brand to help drive stolen cattle to Abilene, the scheme went bad, with Colter killing Dan and two lawmen -- and leaving Jed to hang.
Now, he's assumed Jed's identity to cut a swath of blood through the West. To avenge his brother and clear his name, Jed hunts the vicious Colter across the plains, dodging bounty.