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1 Hoyt, Edward Jonathan and edited by Shirley, Glenn Bucksin Joe Being the Unique and Vivid Memoirs of Edward Jonathan Hoyt Hunter-Trapper, Scout, Soldier, Showman, Frontiersman and Friend of the Indians 1840-1918
Lincoln, NE University of Nebraska Press 1966 Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good Photos 
xiii, 194 pp, yel cloth covered boards w/black & orange lettering on the spine, glossy yel dj w/black-and white illustrated front panel w/black-orange lettering on the front cover & spine and black text on the rear panel. Edward Hoyt was born in the Canadian backwoods and early became a skilled hunter and trapper, and knowledgeable in Indian ways. dj price-clipped 
Price: 29.75 USD
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2 Shirley, Glenn Guardian of the Law - the Life and Times of William Matthew Tilghman
Austin, TX Eakin Press 1988 0890156549 / 9780890156544 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine Photos 
v, 545 pp, [1], dark brown cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering on the spine. white dj w/dark brown illustration of Tilghman w/red lettering on front panel & spine and w/brown text & illustration on the back cover. The book is an account of the life and times of William Matthew "Bill' Tighman - frontier scout, buffalo hunter, movie maker and peace officer. He wa plainsman, railroad teamster and rancher on the borderlands of Kansas, Indian Territory, Colorado, and New Mexico. For after thirty-five years after he donned his first lawma's badge, his service was almost continuous, always arduous, his reputation for fidelity and jearlessness was untrarnished. 
Price: 89.25 USD
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3 Shirley, Glenn Heck Thomas Frontier Marshal
Norman, OK University of Oklahoma Press 1981 First Thus Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good+ Photos & Map 
x, [2], 285 pp, rust cloth covered boards w/silver lettering, wht dj w/black-and-white and maroon pictorial front panel. The story of Heck Thomas, one of the Three Guardsmen who brought law and order to the Oklahoma and Indian territories at the turn of the century. In 1886 he began riding for Judge Paker of Fort Smith. As Oklahoma opened for settlement, Thomas was transferred from one trouble spot to another. He and Bill Tilghman subdued "Hell's Half Acre" in Perry and seperately and together they worked to eliminate the Dalton and Doolin gangs. reprint of Burs #354 & Rare Outlaws Books pg 40. 
Price: 46.75 USD
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4 Shirley, Glenn Heck Thomas Frontier Marshal
Norman, OK University of Oklahoma Press 1981 First Thus Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good+ Photos & Map 
x, [2], 285 pp, rust cloth covered boards w/silver lettering, wht dj w/black-and-white and maroon pictorial front panel. The story of Heck Thomas, one of the Three Guardsmen who brought law and order to the Oklahoma and Indian territories at the turn of the century. In 1886 he began riding for Judge Paker of Fort Smith. As Oklahoma opened for settlement, Thomas was transferred from one trouble spot to another. He and Bill Tilghman subdued "Hell's Half Acre" in Perry and seperately and together they worked to eliminate the Dalton and Doolin gangs. reprint of Burs #354 & Rare Outlaws Books pg 40. 
Price: 46.75 USD
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5 Shirley, Glenn Pawnee Bill : A Biography of Major Gordon W. Lillie
Lincoln, NE University of Nebraska Press 1965 0803251858 / 9780803251854 4th Printing Soft Cover Very Good- No Jacket Photos 
256 pp, glossy grey-light orange SC wraps w/light orange spine w/black lettering w/grey-wht illustrated front cover. A biography of Major Gordon W. Lillie (Pawnee Bill), white chief of the Pawnees, Wild West showman, and the last of the land boomers. sticker on front cover from Pawnee Bill Museum, light crease by spine on front cover & in middle of spine. 
Price: 12.54 USD
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6 Shirley, Glenn The Fighting Marlows : Men Who Wouldn't be Lynched
Fort Worth, TX Texas Christian University Press 1994 0875651305 / 9780875651309 Hard Cover Near Fine No Jacket Photos 
ix, 188 pp, brown cloth covered boards w/gilt lettering. Many people in Texas and Oklahoma beleive that the Marlow brothers were thieves and killers. Their opinions are based on legend and folklore. George and Charles the only tow of the five brothers who survived their complex trouble sithe the law in Texas and Indian Territory in the 1880s & 1890s told their side of the controversy in book called "Life of the Marlows, a true story of fontier life in the early days" The author located records of the United States circuit and district courts for the Northern District of Texas which became the primary source for this volume. 
Price: 28.86 USD
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7 Shirley, Glenn West of Hell's Fringe Crime, Criminals, Adn the Federal Peace Officer in Oklahoma Territory, 1889-1907
Norman, OK University of Oklahoma Press 1978 0806114444 / 9780806114446 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good- Very Good Photos & Maps 
xvi, 495 pp, dark brown papercovered boards w/gilt and bright red lettering on the spine. The author haswritten an account of outlawry in Oklahoma Territory from the Run of '89 to statenood in 1907, putting down myths and deflating the romanticism that made heroes out of barbarians. This is the stor of brave men who put their lives on teh line every time they rode - because most of their quarry would rather die than surrender. Several pages towards the end of the book are wavy. dj price-clipped. 
Price: 16.58 USD
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