For Good or Bad: People of the Cimarron Country

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Cimarron lies nestled on the east side of the Cimarron Range of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in northeastern New Mexico. In the 1870s it earned a reputation as a wild and woolly frontier town that resulted from an unfortunate land grant war by which the little settlement justifiably earned its name -- Cimarron -- meaning wild, untaimed, or unbroken. Cimarron has not outlived its reputation. For better or worse, writes began recounting the events of its turbulent years almost before the last gun shots were fired. Some ...

For Good or Bad: People of the Cimarron Country 1999, Sunstone Press

ISBN-13: 9780865342927

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