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Lawmen and Outlaws (The Old West Book 3) Linda Aksomitis

Lawmen and Outlaws (The Old West Book 3)

Linda Aksomitis

Published December 15th 2014
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Kindle Edition
91 pages
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Horse thieves and cattle rustlers made great use of the 49th parallel to operate in the late 1800s and the turn of the 20th century, during the last years of the old west frontier days in the badlands of Montana, North Dakota, and Saskatchewan. ItMoreHorse thieves and cattle rustlers made great use of the 49th parallel to operate in the late 1800s and the turn of the 20th century, during the last years of the old west frontier days in the badlands of Montana, North Dakota, and Saskatchewan. It didnt take a lot of planning to steal stock on one side of the border and drive the animals across the invisible line, just beyond the reach of the sheriffs, posses, Pinkerton agents, and Canadian Mounties.This book, third in the series, The Old West, tells the true story of both the outlaws who plied their trade in the badlands, and the lawmen who vowed to catch them. Chapters include Sitting Bull, the Outlaw Trail, Dutch Henry, Nelson-Jones Gang, Jones Gang, and notes on the end of an era. Many of the characters are little-known, so their stories are pieced together from a number of sources.Many of these characters, and the incidents described in Lawmen and Outlaws, are the true story narratives that accompany the fiction adventures of Gerrit Nagel in the series first two novels, Badlands and Outlaws, and Kidnapped by Outlaws.