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Author: Art T. Burton
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803217478
Size: 49.76 MB
Format: PDF
Category : History
Languages : en
Pages : 346
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Book Description:Deputy U.S. Marshal Bass Reeves appears as one of ?eight notable Oklahomans,? the ?most feared U.S. marshal in the Indian country.? That Reeves was also an African American who had spent his early life as a slave in Arkansas and Texas makes his accomplishments all the more remarkable. Bucking the odds (?I?m sorry, we didn?t keep black people?s history,? a clerk at one of Oklahoma?s local historical societies answered a query), Art T. Burton sifts through fact and legend to discover the truth about one of the most outstanding peace officers in late nineteenth-century America?and perhaps the greatest lawman of the Wild West era. ø Fluent in Creek and other southern Native languages, physically powerful, skilled with firearms, and a master of disguise, Reeves was exceptionally adept at apprehending fugitives and outlaws, and his exploits were legendary in Oklahoma and Arkansas. A finalist for the 2007 Spur Award, sponsored by the Western Writers of America, Black Gun, Silver Star tells Bass Reeves?s story for the first time and restores this remarkable figure to his rightful place in the history of the American West.Author: Robert K. DeArment
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 0806160616
Size: 64.31 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
Category : Biography & Autobiography
Languages : en
Pages : 344
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Book Description:Until the early twentieth century, life in the American West could be rough and sometimes vicious. Those who brought thieves and murderers to justice at times had to employ tactics as ruthless as their prey. In this follow-up to his first collection of biographies of the West’s most recognized man-hunters, noted western historian Robert K. DeArment recounts the remarkable careers of eight men—Pat Garrett, John Hughes, Harry Love, Harry Morse, Frank Norfleet, Bass Reeves, Granville Stuart, and Tom Tobin—who pursued notorious criminals. Volume 2 of Man-Hunters of the Old West shows that limited resources and dire conditions often made extralegal violence necessary for survival. Harry Love, the famous killer of California bandito Joaquin Murrieta, and Tom Tobin, who ended the murders of the Espinosa gang in Colorado, tracked their quarries to remote hideouts, shot them, and cut off their heads to prove they had been eliminated. Felon trackers, like the vigilante organizations that preceded them, on occasion administered summary justice—the on-the-spot hanging of their captured prey—especially if they believed the established court system was not working. Some of the man-hunters in DeArment’s accounts were freelance scouts and trackers; others were career officers of the law. At least one, Frank Norfleet, was a private citizen turned dedicated nemesis of con artists. Love, Stuart, and Morse began life as easterners who made their way West. All the others were midwesterners or far westerners. Some of these man-hunters wrote about their adventures, and were written about in turn. Garrett’s account of his hunt for Billy the Kid remains a best seller, for example, and both Reeves and Hughes have been credited for inspiring the Lone Ranger of TV and movie fame. DeArment discusses constant threats to the man-hunters’ survival, the federal government’s undependable presence, and extralegal violence as major themes in western law enforcement. In recounting these eight men’s adventures, this volume reveals the forces that made brutality seem commonplace.

Race Work

Author: Matthew C. Whitaker
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803260276
Size: 15.64 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
Category : History

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Languages : en
Pages : 382
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Book Description:Nearly sixty years ago, Lincoln and Eleanor Ragsdale descended upon the isolated, somewhat desolate, and entirely segregated city of Phoenix, Arizona, in search of freedom and opportunity?a move that would ultimately transform an entire city and, arguably, the nation. Race Work tells the story of this remarkable pair, two of the most influential black activists of the post?World War II American West, and through their story, supplies a missing chapter in the history of the civil rights movement, American race relations, African Americans, and the American West. ø Matthew C. Whitaker explores the Ragsdales? family history and how their familial traditions of entrepreneurship, professionalism, activism, and ?race work? helped form their activist identity and placed them in a position to help desegregate Phoenix. His work, the first sustained account of white supremacy and black resistance in Phoenix, also uses the lives of the Ragsdales to examine themes of domination, resistance, interracial coalition building, race, gender, and place against the backdrop of the civil rights and post?civil rights eras. An absorbing biography that provides insight into African Americans? quest for freedom, Race Work reveals the lives of the Ragsdales as powerful symbols of black leadership who illuminate the problems and progress in African American history, American Western history, and American history during the post?World War II era.Author: Bruce A. Glasrud
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 0806147830
Size: 15.70 MBSilver Star Mobi
Format: PDF, Kindle
Category : History
Languages : en
Pages : 352
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Book Description:The most comprehensive and up-to-date guide to Texas historiography of the past quarter-century, this volume of original essays will be an invaluable resource and definitive reference for teachers, students, and researchers of Texas history. Conceived as a follow-up to the award-winning A Guide to the History of Texas (1988), Discovering Texas History focuses on the major trends in the study of Texas history since 1990. In two sections, arranged topically and chronologically, some of the most prominent authors in the field survey the major works and most significant interpretations in the historical literature. Topical essays take up historical themes ranging from Native Americans, Mexican Americans, African Americans, and women in Texas to European immigrant history; literature, the visual arts, and music in the state; and urban and military history. Chronological essays cover the full span of Texas historiography from the Spanish era through the Civil War, to the Progressive Era and World Wars I and II, and finally to the early twenty-first century. Critical commentary on particular books and articles is the unifying purpose of these contributions, whose authors focus on analyzing and summarizing the subjects that have captured the attention of professional historians in recent years. Together the essays gathered here will constitute the standard reference on Texas historiography for years to come, guiding readers and researchers to future, ever deeper discoveries in the history of Texas.

Giants Alamaleka

Author: John Stauffer
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781532702150
Silver Star MobiSize: 22.90 MB
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Languages : en
Pages : 484
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Book Description:Giants The parallel Lives of Fredrick Douglas and Abraham Licolin,(Arabic Edition)byJohn StaufferAuthor: Arthur T. Burton
Publisher:
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Size: 61.69 MB
Format: PDF
Category : Biography & Autobiography
Languages : en
Pages : 286
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Book Description:Examines the lives and accomplishments of African American men who were scouts and soldiers on the American Western frontier during the 19th and 20th centuries.

Chronicles Of Oklahoma

Author: James Shannon Buchanan
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: 45.59 MB
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Category : Oklahoma
Languages : en
Pages :
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Size: 39.69 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Category : History
Languages : en
Pages : Mobile
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Great Plains Quarterly

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Size: 50.92 MB
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Category : Great Plains

Silver Star Mobility Lift

Languages : en

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Author: John W. Ravage
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Size: 18.17 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
Category : History
Languages : en
Pages : 288
View: 4799
Book Description:A vibrant visual document of the profound impact of blacks on communal and frontier history, featuring hundreds of photographs, line drawings, lithographs, and stereoviews that present the world and works of black frontier photographers.