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Gunman's Territory

By Baker, Elmer Le Roy





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Gunman's territory

Elmer LeRoy Baker

Naylor Co, 1969. Hardcover. Acceptable.

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Gunman's Territory

Baker, Elmer LeRoy

San Antonio, Texas; (1969): Naylor Company. First Edition. Octavo. xv, 339 pages; James Robert Hutchins (1871-1951) was a law enforcement officer in Oklahoma and Texas for over fifty years. In his book there are glimpses of Sam Bass who briefly joined a trail herd in Texas that Hutchins was with; Isaac C. Parker of Fort Smith (the "Hanging Judge"), Belle Starr, Marshal Heck Thomas, the Dalton gang, Al Jennings, Judge Roy Bean, John L. Sullivan at El Paso and many more. There is also insight into the white-Indian relations in the Chickasaw Nation. A fascinating read that includes a bibliography listing books, magazines, newspapers and other sources, as well as photographs pertinent to Belle Starr. Bound in pebble grained maroon cloth, spine lettering silver, minor spots of rubbing to spine ends, small stain to first three pages. A very nice copy. Near fine in unclipped pictorial dust jacket.

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Gunman's Territory

Baker, Elmer LeRoy

1969, 1st edition, near fine condition hardback, wear to edges of binding, with a near fine dust jacket, with a priced unclipped dust jacket flap, published by The Naylor Company, San Antonio, 339 pages. Deputy US Marshal James Robert "Bob" Hutchins, the youngest US Deputy Marshal in the Indian Territory and his experiences riding out for Judge Issac "The Hanging Judge" Parker, after bank, train robbers, murderers, and other criminals, with the likes of The Daltons. Belle Starr, Lou Bowers, and other outlaws of the Indian Territoy. Illustrated with photographs, and a bibliography. .

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Price: $175.00