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📒The Outlaw Trail ✍ Charles Kelly
✏The Outlaw Trail Book Summary : The Wild Bunch, the confederation of western outlaws headed by Butch Cassidy, found sanctuary on the rugged Outlaw Trail. Stretching across Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, and New Mexico, this trail offered desert and mountain hideouts to bandits and cowboys. The almost inaccessible Hole-in-the-Wall in Wyoming was a station on the Outlaw Trail well known to Butch Cassidy. To the south, in Utah, was the inhospitable Robbers’ Roost, where Butch and his friends camped in 1897 after a robbery at Castle Gate. Charles Kelly recreates the mean and magnificent places frequented by the Wild Bunch and a slew of lesser outlaws. At the same time, he brings Butch Cassidy to life, traces his criminal apprenticeship and meeting with the Sundance Kid, and masterfully describes the exploits of the Wild Bunch.
📒Outlaw Trail ✍ J.R. Roberts
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📒Wyoming S Outlaw Trail ✍ Mac Blewer
✏Wyoming s Outlaw Trail Book Summary : A historic and folkloric path that meandered from Canada to Mexico, the Outlaw Trail was used by outlaws such as Butch Cassidy, the Sundance Kid, and the James brothers. Following existing Western routes such as the Oregon Trail, the highway connected towns and natural hideouts essential for bandits escaping the law. Some in Western communities were sympathetic toward the outlaws. Many, like Cassidy, were seen as Robin Hoods, fighting for common people who were under siege by economic forces, corporate encroachment, and other changes occurring in the Old West. Images of America: Wyoming's Outlaw Trail details the history, folklore, and geography behind some of Wyoming's outlaw towns and hideouts--chief among them the Hole in the Wall and Red Desert. Also highlighted are the deeds of the robbers, lawmen, and ordinary folk who rode those dusty trails during the late 1800s and early 1900s.
📒Whirlwind On The Outlaw Trail ✍ Dale B. Weston
✏Whirlwind on the Outlaw Trail Book Summary : In the year 1896, the sheriff of Uintah County, John T. Pope, rode alone on the trail of Butch Cassidy and his infamous Wild Bunch. Hailed as one of America's greatest lawmen, John T. Pope lived by the fire in his blood and the gun in his hand. Because John never boasted about how many bad men he'd actually been forced to kill, the outlaws he chased from Uintah County, and surrounding regions, have received more notoriety, but John's fame with a blazing gun and keen intellect was well known to those that knew him. Sheriff Pope despised the yellow cowardice of backshooters and badmen, and he rode on the trail of many. Butch Cassidy offered as much as $4,000 reward for the death of the tough-as-nails sheriff. Unmarked graves bear witness that a few fools tried to collect. John T. Pope was a genuine hero of the American west, fighting to make brighter and safer communities for future generations. He was an entrepreneur, pioneer, patriot, rancher, trapper, freighter, tracker, lawman, attorney, and family man.
📒Riding The Outlaw Trail ✍ Simon Casson
✏Riding the Outlaw Trail Book Summary : Two men retrace the notorious pair's footsteps, covering thousands of miles of hazardous country on horseback and discovering how little has changed from the saddle in the last 100 years Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, the last of the legendary outlaws, were captured on daguerreotype, romanced in fiction, and immortalized on film by Paul Newman and Robert Redford. Simon Casson sets out on horseback to retrace the real-life footsteps of his boyhood heroes, covering 2,000 miles of the country's toughest and most treacherous terrain. Steeped in the lore of the Old West but lacking desert and mountain survival skills, Simon recruits ex-marine commando Richard Adamson. Together they grapple with hostile landscape, climatic extremes, vital supply shortages, and enormous personality clashes. Battling from one outlaw hideout to another and following trails sometimes only accessible by horseback, they are constantly taxed to the limit. In this dramatic account of their adventure, Simon and Richard also encapsulate the exciting and violent lives of the Wild Bunch 100 years ago, and providing an intimate and heartwarming picture of the rancher families who live and work this demanding land today.
📒Outlaw Trail ✍ Outlet
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📒Molly On The Outlaw Trail ✍ Stephen Overholser
✏Molly on the Outlaw Trail Book Summary : Written by Stephen Overholser. Molly Owens is an ace undercover detective on the trail of Cole Eastes who had emptied bank vaults and robbed trains from northern Montana to New Mexico, a man who is hard to outshoot and outsmart. The treacherous mountain passes and forbidden canyon hideouts of the Outlaw Trail are no place for a lady, but the Outlaw Trail has never seen a lady like Molly.
📒Brothers Of The Outlaw Trail ✍ DiAnn Mills
✏Brothers of the Outlaw Trail Book Summary : Reuben turned his three younger brothers into outlaws and fugitives. Now he's found the Lord. Can the brothers discover faith in God and the love of four amazing women?
📒Utah Trails Northern Region ✍ Peter Massey
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📒New Mexico ✍ John Annerino
✏New Mexico Book Summary : Celebrating the colorful legacy of both New Mexico's first 100 years of statehood, this book is a stunning celebration of this Southwestern state's scenic wonders. Remarkable color photographs feature the timeless vistas, majestic landmarks, and cultural icons the Land of Enchantment is known for worldwide—as well as never-before-seen portraits of the state's luminous landscapes and hidden gems. John Annerino casts an artist's, adventurer's, and scholar's perspective on renowned international destinations he knows intimately. He weaves each New Mexico's natural history, legends, and storied human history into evocative introductory essays. Evocative quotes from early travelers, writers, and photographers, whose own journeys defined their character as much as their prose, poetry, and images later defined our modern perceptions of New Mexico's extraordinary Western landscape also shape this tribute to a magnificent place in the American landscape.