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1 Carter, Captain Robert G. The Old Sergeant's Story Winning the West from the Indians and Bad Men in 1870 to 1876
New York, NY Frederick H. Hitchcock 1926 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket/Near Fine Slipcase Photos 
220 pp, red cloth covered boards w/black lettering, red cloth covered slipcase. The author begins by describing the conditions that contributed to the soldiers deserting from Cavalry. The men wanted to see results for their terribly hard service and feel that such hardships, privations and sacrifices had not been in vain. He describes the plunderers, grafters, the slackers, and shirkers, caused the soldiers to desert. "The author devotes a chapter to the outlaw Red McLaughlin and calls the Earps "The most desperate criminals Arizona ever knew."" Six-guns #383 "Much of his information on Wild Bill Hickok is incorrect." Burs #71, Howes # C194, Radar #610. 
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