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1 Yadon, Laurence J. with Anderson, Dan and edited by Smith, Robert Barr 200 Texas Outlaws and Lawmen 1835-1935
Gretna, LA Pelican Publishing Co. 2008 1589805143 / 9781589805149 Soft Cover Very Good No Jacket Photos & Maps 
302 pp, glossy brown-silver-black SC wraps w/pictorial front panel. The book provides accounts of gunfights, robberies, kidnappings, and other crimes. Some of the characters listed are Billy the Kid, Machine Gun Kelly, Bat Masterson, Belle Starr, Texas Jack, Rowdy Joe, Mysterious Dave, Longhair Jim, Buckskin Frank, Curly Bill, Marshal Ratliff, Bender family and many others. slight curl to front cover. 
Price: 21.25 USD
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2 Smith, Robert Barr Daltons!: The Raid on Coffeyville, Kansas
Norman, OK University of Oklahoma Press 1996 0806129948 / 9780806129945 2nd Printing Soft Cover Near Fine No Jacket Photos & Map 
xvi, 237 pp, glossy light tan-brown SC wraps w/color illustrated front panel. The book is about a bandit raid on a little town in southeast Kansas and about the wild frontier times that produced the raid and the gang that planned it and carried it out, the infamous - Daltons. But it is also about the men who defended the town, ordinary citizens who rallied without command or plan and ptiched in to fight a band of heavily armed criminals. 
Price: 18.28 USD
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3 Smith, Robert Barr Daltons!: The Raid on Coffeyville, Kansas
Norman, OK University of Oklahoma Press 1996 0806129948 / 9780806129945 2nd Printing Soft Cover Near Fine No Jacket Photos & Map Signed by Author
xvi, 237 pp, glossy light tan-brown SC wraps w/color illustrated front panel, SIGNED by the author on the title page. The book is about a bandit raid on a little town in southeast Kansas and about the wild frontier times that produced the raid and the gang that planned it and carried it out, the infamous - Daltons. But it is also about the men who defended the town, ordinary citizens who rallied without command or plan and ptiched in to fight a band of heavily armed criminals. 
Price: 27.63 USD
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4 Smith, Robert Barr The Last Hurrah of the James-Younger Gang
Norman, OK University of Oklahoma Press 2001 0806133538 / 9780806133539 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine Photos & Map 
xiv, 252 pp, maroon cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering on the spine, glossy tan-brown-blu dj w/black-blu lettering & color illustrated front panel & pictorial rear panel. The story of the raid by the James-Younger gang on the bown of Northfield, Minnesota in 1876. This is story of how the angered towsfolk fought back against the gang. It is the story of ordinary people - bankers, townspeople and the posse. the author reviews the violent Civil War heritage of the Jameses and Youngers, their criminal careers after Appomattox, and the subsequent history of the outlaw survivors of Northfield and the later lives of the Minnesota defenders. 
Price: 25.08 USD
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