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1 Bailey, Lynn R. THE DEVIL HAS FORECLOSED. The Private Journal of George Whitwell Parsons: Volume II,The Concluding Arizona Yeard, 1882-87.
Tucson Westernlore 1997 1st. Red Leatherette Fine Fine 
D.j., 279 pp., photos, index. SIGNED. Ltd. 750c. Fine condition. A narrative of life and struggles in Tombstone, Arizona, during its turbulent years. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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2 Cantrell, Dallas. YOUNGERS' FATAL BLUNDER, Northfield, Minnesota.
San Antonio Naylor 1973 1st. Hard Cover Fine Very Good 
D.j. (clipped, missing small piece at top back of spine), 152 pp., 16 pp. of plates, biblio. Adams 150 #27: "This is perhaps the most complete and reliable book written about the Northfield bank robbery and the prison life of the Youngers." 
Price: 150.00 USD
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3 Carmony, Neil R. APACHE DAYS & TOMBSTONE NIGHTS. John Clum's Autobiography.
Silver City High Lonesome 1997 1st. Hard Cover Fine Fine 
D.j., 185 pp., photos, illus., maps, index. Ltd. 500c. SIGNED by Carmony. Memories of Clum's life in Arizona Territory from 1877-1887. His personal views on the Apache Wars, the "Gunfight at the OK Corral", and the people who fought these battles. He was agent at the San Carlos Reservation from 1874-1877, founded the Tombstone Epitaph in 1880 & was elected Mayor. He supported the Earps in their struggle with the Clantons. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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4 Chance, Joseph E., ed. THE MEXICAN WAR JOURNAL OF CAPT. FRANKLIN SMITH.
Jackson U. of Mississippi Press 1991 1st. Fine Fine 
D.j., 267 pp., e.p.map, index. Smith, an officer in Jefferson Davis' Regiment reports on the Mexican War for 7 months in 1846-1847. Excellent observations on military & domestic conditions. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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5 Dunagan, J. Conrad & Others. WATER, OIL, SAND AND SKY. A History of Ward County, Texas
Monahans Monahans Jr. Chamber of Commerce 1962 1st. Paper Very Good No D.j. Issued 
Illus. paper covers, 64 pp., many early photos. West Texas county history. Dunagan wrote the lead article of the 11 presented about the history of Ward County. He was President of the Texas Permian Historical Society which edited it. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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