My Fight At O K Corral
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📒My Fight At O K Corral ✍ Wyatt Earp
✏My Fight at O K Corral Book Summary : The Gunfight at the O.K. Corral took place at October 26, 1881 in the famous Tombstone. It was fought between Ike Clanton, Billy Clanton, Billy Claiborne, Tom McLaury and Frank McLaury at one side and the lawmen Virgil Earp, Morgan Earp, Wyatt Earp and the dentist Doc Holliday at the other side. Wyatt Earp was accused of murder twice and the courts released him twice. Wyatt Earp narrates in this authentic report the gunfight from his own point of view.
📒Three Bad Men ✍ Scott Allen Nollen
✏Three Bad Men Book Summary : "The book provides a biography of each and a detailed exploration of Ford's work as it was intertwined with both Wayne and Bond. Revealed are fascinating accounts of ingenuity, creativity, toil, perseverance, bravery, debauchery, futility, abuse, masochism, mayhem, violence, warfare, open- and closed-mindedness, control and chaos, brilliance and stupidity, rationality and insanity, friendship, love and hate"--Provided by publisher.
📒Saloons Shootouts And Spurs ✍ Kenneth McIntosh
✏Saloons Shootouts and Spurs Book Summary : Life on the American frontier of the 1800s is the stuff of American myth and legend. It was here in the wide-open spaces of the West that the rugged individualism of the American character was refined: in the strong but silent cowboy, the saloon girl with a heart of gold, and the sod-busting pioneer. Faced with the incredible challenges of taming a wilderness, wresting the territory from the Native peoples, and dealing with the hardships of pioneer life, Americans were offered one of the richest opportunities in the history of human kind—the agricultural and mineral resources of a new land. The settling of this land is the story of America, a story of violence, wasted resources, and genocide, as well as heroism, freedom, and incredible opportunity. The Wild West of the 1800s remains for Americans a land of hopes and dreams.
📒Gunfight At The O K Corral ✍ Scott Waldman
✏Gunfight at the O K Corral Book Summary : 1 Copy
📒John Ford ✍ Ronald L. Davis
✏John Ford Book Summary : His family and friends tell of his navy years, troubled domestic life, political involvements, and battles with alcoholism. What emerges is a fascinating portrait of a man impossible to categorize, an enigma. The ultimate windows into Ford's soul may be the films themselves. During his career, Ford made such classics as Stagecoach, The Grapes of Wrath, How Green Was My Valley, and The Searchers - 136 pictures in all, 54 of them Westerns.
📒Sports Coaching Cultures ✍ Robyn L. Jones
✏Sports Coaching Cultures Book Summary : Sports Coaching Cultures is about expert coaches and the ways in which their individual life and career experiences lead to their personal beliefs about effective coaching.
📒Distant Horizon ✍ Gary Noy
✏Distant Horizon Book Summary : The West has figured in the American imagination under many guises: as the last best place on earth, a refuge, an escape, a land of opportunity, but also as a place of conquest and failure. Where Lewis and Clark saw great possibilities, Native cultures found disappointment and loss. This collection presents the diverse and often contradictory accounts that make up the mosaic of the nineteenth-century American West. From Thomas Hart Benton?s famous speech in the Senate when he argued that non-white civilizations must fall before the western expansion of white Americans to Black Elk?s story of a way of life lost on the frozen ground at Wounded Knee, Gary Noy offers a representative sampling of the many Wests that historians have strug-gled to define for over a century. Distant Horizon chronicles the dusty world of the cowboy, the hard-scrabble existence of the farmer and the settler, and the miner?s vision of golden glory. It examines the independent nature of the explorer and mountain man and the sometimes heroic, sometimes cruel existence of the soldier. We hear the voices of those outside the mainstream of power?women and Westerners of color?and explore the most tragic element of Western history: the confinement, subjugation, and extermination of Native Americans. No other single volume provides as many readings on as many topics in the history of the American West.
📒Doc Holliday ✍ Karen Holliday Tanner
✏Doc Holliday Book Summary : John H. Holliday, D. D. S., better known as Doc Holliday, has become a legendary figure in the history of the American West. In Doc Holliday: A Family Portrait, Karen Holliday Tanner reveals the real man behind the legend. Shedding light on Holliday’s early years, in a prominent Georgia family during the Civil War and Reconstruction, she examines the elements that shaped his destiny: his birth defect, the death of his mother and estrangement from his father, and the diagnosis of tuberculosis, which led to his journey west. The influence of Holliday’s genteel upbringing never disappeared, but it was increasingly overshadowed by his emerging western personality. Holliday himself nurtured his image as a frontier gambler and gunman. Using previously undisclosed family documents and reminiscences as well as other primary sources, Tanner documents the true story of Doc’s friendship with the Earp brothers and his run-ins with the law, including the climactic shootout at the O. K. Corral and its aftermath. This first authoritative biography of Doc Holliday should appeal both to historians of the West and to general readers who are interested in his poignant story.
📒The Invention Of The Western Film ✍ Scott Simmon
✏The Invention of the Western Film Book Summary : An in-depth exploration of the early Western.
📒The Book Of Westerns ✍ Ian Alexander Cameron
✏The Book of Westerns Book Summary : The Book of Westerns concentrates on the period between 1939 and the present day, looking at the Western from a wide variety of perspectives and providing in-depth critical analysis of many notable movies up to Tombstone (1993) and Wyatt Earp (1994). The coverage includes such celebrated works as George Stevens's Shane with Alan Ladd as the archetypal solitary Western hero, Nicholas Ray's Johnny Guitar where the combatants in the final gunfight are Joan Crawford and Mercedes McCambridge, and King Vidor's Duel in the Sun with its orgasmic climax when Gregory Peck and Jennifer Jones shoot each other down and then claw their way toward a dying embrace. The text, mainly written by film critics and academics associated with Movie magazine, is aimed at the informed filmgoer as well as the film student and is illustrated throughout with stills that capture the flavor of the Western.