ISBN 0935998438. Hardback. No dustjacket, bound in red cloth with gold gilt lettering on front cover and spine. Very Good Condition, with minor rubs and bumps to edges and corners of covers, heavier bumps and slight tears to cloth to lower right cover corners, slight dustsoiling and browning to edges of interior pages. Tight, sound, unmarked copy except for previous owner's name written on front endpaper. No statement of later printing on copyright page.
Very Good+ No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 293pp/illus. The early Texans were a breed apart. Outlaws and lawmen, ranchers and cowpokes, merchants and preachers, housewives and harlots-all were hard-working, independent, tough people of the frontier. In The Gunfighters, legendary U.S. Border Patrol agent, pistol shooter and big-game hunter Colonel Charles Askins brings hundreds of the colorful characters of early Texas vividly to life--McNelly's Rangers; The Merry Outlaw Sam Bass; Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker and the Texas Ranger who caught them, Captain Frank Hamer; the first Border Patrolmen; Comanche and Apache Indians; and many others. Light highlighting on foreward-remainder of book unmarked and clean.
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