Dynasty of Western Outlaws - 
      Paul I. Wellman
    
      Richard Maxwell Brown

Dynasty of Western Outlaws

; Richard Maxwell Brown (Forord)

The organized gangs of robbers and killers who roamed Midwest and Southwest from the 1860s to the 1930s went to the same school and were succored by each other's notoriety.William Quantrill and his guerrillas established a criminal tradition that was to link the James, Dalton, Doolin and others in "a long train of unbroken personal connections. Les mer
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The organized gangs of robbers and killers who roamed Midwest and Southwest from the 1860s to the 1930s went to the same school and were succored by each other's notoriety.William Quantrill and his guerrillas established a criminal tradition that was to link the James, Dalton, Doolin and others in "a long train of unbroken personal connections."
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Forlag: University of Nebraska Press
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 384
ISBN: 9780803297098
Format: 20 x 13 cm
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«It is a thriller. . . but at the same time it is a cool, sane study of one of the long and important chapters of American crime."—Stanley Walker, New York Herald Tribune Lively Arts»

«For the squeamish, this book is not bedtime reading. . . . Yet it is less morbid, better documented, and more interpretively written than earlier galleries of western outlaws. Mr. Wellman tries to leave out the myths. . . . The outcome is a book of historical value in a field that too long has been left to legend and folklore."—Wayne Gard, New York Times Book Review»