Frontier Times Magazine, July 1965

By: Mulltiple Contributors

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Features: Founder of the Cowboy Camp Meeting - William B. Bloys at Fort Davis, Texas in 1888; Shoot-out on Christmas Day, 1883 at McDade, Texas in Bastrop County - Thomas Bishop and George Milton; Boom Days at Ash Meadows, Nevada; Strawmen and Marshals - Ellensburg, WA and locality circa 1906; Greatest living hunter - Clell Lee; Riding the Shale Rock Trail; Paul P. Lawson and Idaho adventures; Victim of the "White Night" - unfortunate Joseph Hahn, after whom Hahn's Peak was named; Whipping Tree - primitive form of Seminole justice rarely suffered repeat offenders; John J. Tomlinson - Sawmill man of Yellowstone City in the Crow River Reservation; Oro, Arizona - most remote of the Bradshaw's Ghost Towns; The Wound that never healed - Mary Christofferson Anderson's chin was shot away by a cannonball at age 14 during the Morrisite Massacre of 1862; Rawhide times in Dakota - when it was open range from the White River to the Niobrara; I Cast My Lot With a Soldier - dedicated Army wives who followed their husbands to the American frontier in the 19th century; Appointment on Red Mountain - Emma Crawford was buried atop 7,200 foot-high Red Mountain where she said she had communed with an Indian brave; New Mexico's Mysterious Markers - many styles of Christian Cross; Flames of Starvation and Death - Cattlemen and nesters were comrades in arms when the sky warned of fire; King-sized nugget - found at the Willard Claim Mine in California's Sierra Nevadas; Uncle Milty's Legs - Milt Clements stood tall even though he only had one leg - Frank Lockert's personal museum at Coats, Kansas. Average wear. Some yellowing to pages. Occasional markings to contents. A sound copy.

Title: Frontier Times Magazine, July 1965

Author: Mulltiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, History, Americana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: USA, Western Publications: 1965

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 823c5176

Keywords: Frontier Times Magazine, July 1965 Cowboy Camp Meeting - William B. Bloys at Fort Davis, Texas in 1888; Shoot-out on Christmas Day, 1883 at McDade, Texas in Bastrop County - Thomas Bishop and George Milton; Boom Days at Ash Meadows, Nevada; Strawmen and Marshals - Ellensburg, WA and locality circa 1906; Greatest living hunter - Clell Lee; Riding the Shale Rock Trail; Paul P. Lawson and Idaho adventures; Victim of the "White Night" - unfortunate Joseph Hahn, after whom Hahn's Peak was named; Whipping Tree - primitive form of Seminole justice rarely suffered repeat offenders; John J. Tomlinson - Sawmill man of Yellowstone City in the Crow River Reservation; Oro, Arizona - most remote of the Bradshaw's Ghost Towns; The Wound that never healed - Mary Christofferson Anderson's chin was shot away by a cannonball at age 14 during the Morrisite Massacre of 1862; Rawhide times in Dakota - when it was open range from the White River to the Niobrara; I Cast My Lot With a Soldier - dedicated Army wives who followed their husbands to the American frontier in the 19th century; Appointment on Red Mountain - Emma Crawford was buried atop 7, 200 foot-high Red Mountain where she said she had communed with an Indian brave; New Mexico's Mysterious Markers - many styles of Christian Cross; Flames of Starvation and Death - Cattlemen and nesters were comrades in arms when the sky warned of fire; King-sized nugget - found at the Willard Claim Mine in California's Sierra Nevadas; Uncle Milty's Legs - Milt Clements stood tall even though he only had one leg - Frank Lockert's personal museum at Coats, Kansas,