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Speaking ill of the dead : jerks in New Mexico history

Lowe, Sam

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  • Creator Sam Lowe
  • Format Books
  • Publication Guilford, Conn. : Globe Pequot Press, [2012] ©2012
  • Physical Details
    • pages ; cm
  • ISBNs 9780762773527, 0762773529
  • OCLC ocn756578713

Notes

  • Includes bibliographical references and index.

Contents

  • Prologue: The Lincoln County War -- Billy the Kid, Part One : The Boy Who Grew Up to Become a Legend -- Billy the Kid, Part Two : Legend, Exploitation, and Commercialism -- Charlie Bowdre and Tom O'Folliard : Billy's Pals Met Similar Fates -- Bob Olinger : Sweet Justice for a Killer Deputy -- Whiskey Jim Greathouse : Bad Companions Did Him In -- Bronco Bill Walters : His Loot Is Still Buried -- Shady Ladies : Adultery Was Almost as Popular as Rustling in the Old West -- John Joshua Webb : Another Lawman Gone Bad -- The Unrecognized Worst of the Worst : Not All the Bad Men Gained Historical Notoriety -- Milton Yarberry : A Lawman Who Went to the Gallows -- Jose Chavez y Chavez : The Policeman Desperado -- The Execution of Paula Angel : Many Men against One Woman -- Clay Allison : Gentleman Gunfighter -- Massai : A Legend Shrouded in Mystery -- The Ketchum Brothers : Murderers and Train Robbers -- Christopher "Kit" Joy : One of the Few Who Survived -- George Musgrave : A Respectable Murderer -- Bad Baca Boys : How a Fine Old Name Earned Respect -- Pancho Villa's Raid : An Unfamiliar Defeat in Familiar Territory
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