January 2001
Great Gunfighters of the Wild West;2001, p89
The article presents a list of books related to lawmen and outlaw gunfighters of the Wild West period in the U.S. The books include "The Gunfighters," by Paul Trachtman, "The Lincoln County War," by Frederick Nolan, "Henry Brown: The Outlaw Marshall," by Bill O'Neal, "Pat Garrett: The Story of a Western Lawman," by Leon C. Metz, and "The Saga of Tom Horn,' by Dean F. Krakel.


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