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THE LAST FRONTIER. The Story of Hardeman County.

By: Neal, Bill.

Price: $100.00

Publisher: Quanah, Quanah Tribune Chief: 1966

Edition: 1st.

Inventory Number: 021536

Condition: Fine


Brown sim. leather w/silver spine lettering, 276 pp., illus. by William Clay, photos. Foreword by A. C. Greene. Name on endpaper. Family histories. pp. 89 - 215. History of Hardeman County with chapters on Indians (several photos of Quanah Parker & one of Wanada, his daughter), cattlemen, a list of brands. View more info

THE LAST FRONTIER. The Story of Hardeman County.

By: Neal, Bill.

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Austin, Eakin Press: 1996

Inventory Number: 019178

Condition: Fine


Brown cloth with gold decoration, 266 pp., photos; indices to club, church, business & family histories. Reprint of 1966 edition. Foreword by A.C. Greene. History of Hardeman County with chapters on Indians (photos of Quanah Parker & Wanada, his daughter), cattlemen, a list of brands, & 120 pp. of family histories. View more info

THE LAST FRONTIER. The Story of Hardeman County.

By: Neal, Bill.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Austin, Eakin Press: 1996

Inventory Number: 015865

Condition: Fine


Brown cloth with gold decoration, 266 pp., photos; indices to club, church, business & family histories. Reprint of 1966 edition. Foreword by A.C. Greene. History of Hardeman county with chapters on Indians (photos of Quanah Parker and his daughter, Wanada), list of cattle brands, & 120 pp. of family histories.. View more info

THE JOHNSON-SIMS FEUD. Romeo and Juliet, West Texas Style.

By: O'Neal, Bill.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Denton, UNT: 2010

Edition: 1st.

Inventory Number: 022889

Condition: Fine


D.j., 208 pp., photos, index. The story of a stormy marriage between Ed Sims & Gladys Johnson. When they divorced, Sims was later shot and killed by Gladys & her brother. Gladys fell in love with Frank Hamer, a famed Texas Ranger. After a trial when Gladys & her brother were acquitted, a bitter feud broke out between the two families. View more info

THE BLOODY LEGACY OF PINK HIGGINS. A Century of Violence in Texas.

By: O'Neal, Bill.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Austin, Eakin Press: 1999

Edition: 1st.

Inventory Number: 026768

Condition: Fine


Stiff pictorial paper covers, 176 pp., photos, index. Pink was a cowboy, Indian fighter, trail driver, etc. He killed more adversaries than Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, and Bat Masterson. Good new biography. Only done in paperback. View more info

HENRY BROWN. The Outlaw Marshal.

By: O'Neal, Bill.

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Coll. Sta., Creative Pub.: 1980

Edition: 1st.

Inventory Number: 026899

Condition: Fine


D.j., 165 pp., photos, illus., index. Story of Henry Newton Brown, city marshal of Caldwell, Ks., attempted to rob the Medicine Lodge Bank in 1884 & was caught. He was a buffalo hunter, rode with Billy the Kid in the Lincoln County War & upheld the law in Tascosa. View more info