TITLE

Henry Brown

PUB. DATE
January 2001
SOURCE
Great Gunfighters of the Wild West;2001, p72
SOURCE TYPE
Biography
DOC. TYPE
Biography
ABSTRACT
The article profiles Henry Brown, an outlaw who became a lawman and turned into outlawry while serving as marshal of Caldwell, Kansas during the Old West period. He moved from Missouri to the West to be a cowboy. Brown served as hired gunman during a range war in 1878 in Lincoln County, New Mexico. The outlaw decided to live as an honest man and worked as a cowboy on a ranch near Tascosa, Texas where he became a deputy sheriff.
ACCESSION #
19212172

 

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