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410 Bibliography BOOKS AND ARTICLES Abbott, E. C., and Helena Huntington Smith. We Pointed Them North: Recollections of a Cowpuncher. 1939. Repr., Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1971. [Abbott, “Teddy Blue,” from facts furnished by.] “Pike Landusky, Trapper , Woodhawk and Gold Miner.” The Boulder Monitor, n.d. Vertical file, Montana Historical Society, Helena. Axford, Joseph “Mack.” Around Western Campfires. 1964. Repr., Tucson : University of Arizona Press, 1969. Babcock, Charlotte. Shot Down! Capital Crimes of Casper , Wyoming. Glendo, WY: High Plains Press, 2000. Baker, Pearl. The Wild Bunch at Robbers Roost. New York: AbelardSchuman , 1965. Bartholomew, Ed. Black Jack Ketchum, Last of the Hold- Up Kings. Houston: The Frontier Press of Texas, 1955. Barton, Barbara. Den of Outlaws. San Angelo, TX: Rangel Printing, 2000. Bell, Mike. “The Friends and Enemies of the Notorious Nutcher Brothers .” Wild West History Association (WWHA) Journal, August 2010. ———. “Winnemucca Revisited.” WOLA The Journal, Spring 2000. Betenson, Lula Parker, as told to Dora Flack.Butch Cassidy, My Brother. Provo, UT: Brigham Young University Press, 1975. Brekke, Al. “Curry Boys Leave Their Mark on Blaine County.” Harlem Enterprise, n.d. Brekke. Alan Lee. Kid Curry: Train Robber. Harlem, MT : Privately published, 1989. Brown, Larry K. The Hog Ranches of Wyoming. Glendo, WY: High Plains Press, 1995. Bryan, Howard. Robbers, Rogues and Ruffians: True Tales of the Wild West in New Mexico. Santa Fe: Clear Light Publishers, 1991. Bibliography 411 Buck, Daniel. “Gone But Not F orgotten: Butch and Sundance Wanted Poster in P atagonia.” Wild West History Association (WWHA) Journal, June 2008. ———. “New Revelations About Harvey Logan Following the Parachute Train Robbery.” WOLA The Journal, Spring 1997. ———, and Anne Meadows. “Leaving Cholila: Butch and Sundance Documents Surface in Argentina.” True West, January 1996. ———, and Anne Meadows. “New Wild Bunch Documents Surf ace.” True West, August 1997. Buffalo Centennial Committee, comp. Buffalo’s First Century. Buffalo, WY: Buffalo Bulletin, Inc., 1984. Burroughs, John Rolfe. Where the Old West Stayed Young. New York: Bonanza Books, 1962. Burton, Jeff. Dynamite and Six-Shooter. Santa Fe: Palomino Press, 1970. Burton, Jeffrey. The Deadliest Outlaws: The Ketchum Gang and the Wild Bunch. 2nd ed. Denton: Uni versity of Nor th Texas Press, 2009. Carlson, Chip. Joe LeFors, “I Slickered Tom Horn. ” Cheyenne, WY: Beartooth Corral LLC., 1995. Charter, Anne Goddard. Cowboys Don’t Walk: A Tale of Two. Billings, MT: Western Organization of Resource Councils, 1999. Cheney, A. V., as told to Mrs. A. V. Cheney. “Kid Curry and His Brothers .” True West, April 1962. Cheney, Roberta Carkeek. Names on the Face of Montana: The Story of Montana’s Place Names. Missoula, MT: Mountain Press Publishing Company, 1983. Cheney, Truman McGiffin, with Rober ta Carkeek Cheney. So Long, Cowboys of the Open Range. Helena, MT: Falcon Publishing, Inc., 1990. Coburn, Walt. Pioneer Cattleman in Montana: The Story of the Circle C Ranch. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1968. Condit, Thelma Gatchell. “The Hole-in- the- W all.” Annals of Wyoming, October 1959. Costello, Gladys. “F ormer Stagecoach Dri ver Recalls Little Rockies Boom.” Great Falls Tribune, Montana Parade Supplement, November 22, 1959. 412 Bibliography [Costello, Gladys.] The Golden Era of the Little Rockies: Stories Written by Gladys Costello. Privately published, n.d. Cramer, Dudley, ed. “The Killing of Geor ge Scarborough.” The Haley Library Newsletter, Summer and Fall 2000. Cruzan, Marvin, and Mac y Cruzan. “The Cr uzan Rogues’ Gallery.” 2002. Website: http://users.mo-net.com/mcruzan/Wild_Bill.htm Cunningham, Eugene. Triggernometry: A Gallery of Gunfi ghters. Caldwell, ID: The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1941. DeArment, Robert K. George Scarborough: The Life and Death of a Lawman on the Closing Frontier. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1992. ———. “Bad Month for Badmen.” True West, August 1990. DeJournette, Dick, and Daun DeJour nette. One Hundred Years of Brown’s Park and Diamond Mountain. 2nd ed. Vernal, UT: DeJournette Enterprises, 1997. Devine [sic, Divine], Bob. Edited by John Boessenecker. “We Raided Hole-In- The- W all.” Real West, January 1980. Drago, Harry Sinclair. The Great Range Wars: Violence on the Gr asslands . 1970. Repr. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1985. Duffy, Nellie. “The Ballad of Tap Duncan: The County’s Historic Train Heist.” The Glenwood Post, March 7, 1973. Dullenty, Jim. “George Currie and the Cur ry Brothers.” NOLA Quarterly , October 1979. ———. Harry Tracy: The Last Desperado. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 1996. ———, and Ben Gar thofner. “New Gold Rush in the Little Rockies. ” True West, March 1984. Dunham, Dick, and Vivian Dunham. Our Strip of Land: A History of Dagget County...

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9781574414769
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9781574414707
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OCLC
811411463
Pages
464
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2012-09-21
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English
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