Outlaw Tales 4 Book Package (CA, SD, NV, WA)

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4 books in the Outlaw Tales series - California, Washington, Nevada and South Dakota.



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Outlaw Tales of South Dakota: True Stories of the Mount Rushmore State's Most Infamous Crooks, Culprits, and Cutthroats by Tom Griffith - Meet South Dakota's Wild Ones, from Deadwood to Aberdeen, the frontier towns of South Dakota were populated by some of the toughest and most dangerous characters in the West. From Wild Bill Hickock to Lame Johnny, Jack McCall to Lee Curly Grimes, read about the most notorious desperados in the history of the Mount Rushmore State. paperback.

Outlaw Tales of California by Chris Enss - From Sacramento to Los Angeles, San Francisco to Nevada City, the frontier towns of California were populated by some of the toughest and most dangerous characters in the West. From Charles Earl "Black Bart" Boles to "Rattlesnake Dick" Barter, Juan Flores to Joaquin Murieta, read about the most notorious desperados in teh history of the Golden State. paperback.

Outlaw Tales of Nevada, by Charles L. Convis - The Comstock Lode, still the richest mineral discovery in the history of the world, brought a rare assortment of people to Nevada in the 1860's. Outlaw Tales of Nevada uncovers twelve true stories of some of the Silver State's most scandalous events and most fascinating bandits. From the first train robbery in the West to the perils of Rattlesnake Dick, these lively accounts portray lawless Nevada's colorful and raucous past. paperback.

Outlaw Tales of Washington, by Elizabeth Gibson - Outlaw Lawrence Kelly smuggled everything from illegal immigrants to opium. Della Totten and Hannah Beebe attacked a trespassing neighbor with an ax and rifle. George Young was the ringleader of a gang of cattle rustlers. Bill Miner was the mastermind behind a series of train robberies. All of these unsavory characters called the Evergreen State home at some point in their lives. Because of its location--bordering Canada and the Pacific Ocean--Washington has attracted its share of no-good varmints and others living outside the law. Yet many of the outrageous stories from Washington's past are not widely known. Now Outlaw Tales of Washington uncovers historically accurate tales of some of the state's shadiest characters and most notorious crimes. Read all about them in this entertaining and absorbing collection. paperback


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