True West Magazine: January 1984

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $129.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Very Good

Features: Society Honours James Willard Schultz; They Loved Billy the Kid - to them he was 'Billito'; Venerial Diseases among Frontier Troops; The Craziest Trial in California - the first criminal trial held at Sutter's Fort; The Boy Who Turned in the Younger Gang - 17 year-old Asle Sorbel; This Texas Outlaw Had Nine Lives - Dan Bogan, alias Bill McCoy; Shootout at Poplar Grove - Gun Battle in Kennewick, Washington rivaled OK Corral Showdown; The Outlaw Trail - winding from northern Montana to Miles City, then south to Hole-in-the-Wall, Wyoming; A Sensational Holdup - More than 75 people robbed for 3 horses by the Martin Gang on the Osage Indian Reservation; Wanted - Roy Bean - Before he was the law west of anything, he was arrested in San Antonio for resisting an officer and assault; Killings in Wyoming - Otto Franc's famed Pitchfork Ranch in Big Horn County, Wyoming; Settlers Loved Berry Pies - Forgottin Frontier Food, Part III. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy.