Deadly Days in Kansas

Deadly Days in Kansas

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Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press Today, Kansas is a peaceful place. Most residents have forgotten that the state was the scene of some of the most violent incidents in Western history. Legends walked the streets of Kansas during those deadly years: Bill Hickock, the Earp brothers and Clay Allison to name a few. Veteran historian Wayne C. Lee presents the stories of more than sixty incidents, illustrated with almost one hundred photographs.IV 1880 a€” 1889 Last of the Trail Drives Battle Across the Tracks Ford County a€” April 16, 1881 Dodge City was changing. ... might be powder kegs that exploded but it was usually the men who ignored the laws who served as the lighted fuses.

Title:Deadly Days in Kansas
Author: Wayne C. Lee
Publisher:Caxton Press - 1997

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