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Several generations of the James family collaborated to produce this definitive work on the Civil War hero and later outlaw, Jesse Woodson James. The ...Show synopsisSeveral generations of the James family collaborated to produce this definitive work on the Civil War hero and later outlaw, Jesse Woodson James. The author uses his skills as a trial lawyer to weave a tapestry of violence, adventure, heroic deeds and family adventure. His love of his subject is balanced by the fairness of a court judge, resulting in an exciting yet accurate book.Hide synopsis
Description:Fair. 0946062250 A good value based purchase. Acceptable...Fair. 0946062250 A good value based purchase. Acceptable condition. Used texts may NOT contain supplemental materials such as CD's, info-trac, access codes, etc...Tracking whenever available.
Description:Very Good. Clean, crisp, tight binding, text unmarked. Dust...Very Good. Clean, crisp, tight binding, text unmarked. Dust jacket very good. NOT ex-library, NOT book club, NO remainder mark.
Description:Very Good in Very Good jacket. Book Book and dust jacket in very...Very Good in Very Good jacket. Book Book and dust jacket in very good condition. Illistrated with black and white photos.; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 280 pages.
Description:4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Good-plus, unmarked book with minor...4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Good-plus, unmarked book with minor soiling to page tops and two tiny tears in front hinge, in price-clipped DJ with minor wear to corners and head and foot of spine; DJ protected by mylar cover.
Description:Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Book Numerous illustrations. N.p....Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Book Numerous illustrations. N.p. : Dragon Publishing, 1989. First edition. Fictional autobiography of Jesse James (1847-82), the famous leader of an outlaw gang that robbed banks, trains, and stagecoaches, before being murdered in his home by Bob Ford, a new recruit to the gang who schemed to collect the bounty on James' head. Ross is James' great grandson and had access to the James family archives in the preparation of this book. Some mild wear to the dust jacket, which is clipped at the bottom corner of the rear flap. A near fine copy.
Description:Near Fine in near fine jacket. Clean, tight 4to, 280pp, slight...Near Fine in near fine jacket. Clean, tight 4to, 280pp, slight erasure smudge on ffe, otherwise in gift quality condition. Jesse and Frank James joined Quantrill's raiders to fight the Jayhawkers-the militia who razed and pillaged the Missouri border area where the James family livied. By 1863, it ws known as the Burnt District. The James boys and their gang were courageous and loyal and sought revenge against the cruelties of the Northern militia. This books discusses whether they should be called Civil War heroes or common outlaws.
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