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by Wayne C. Lee
Legends walked the streets of Kansas during those deadly years: Bill Hickock, the Earp brothers and Clay Allison to name a few. Veteran historian Wayne C. Lee presents the stories of more than sixty incidents, illustrated with almost.
Legends walked the streets of Kansas during those deadly years: Bill Hickock, the Earp brothers and Clay Allison to name a few. ISBN13:9780870043796.
Deadly Days in Kansas book. Lee Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press Today, Kansas is a peaceful place. Most residents have forgotten that the state was the scene of some of the most violent incidents in Western history. Legends walked the streets of Kansas during those deadly years: Bill Hickock, the Earp brothers and Clay Allison to name a few. Lee presents the stories of more than sixty incidents, illustrated with almost one hundred photographs.
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Kansas Pacific Railroad across tribal lands. He refused to sign the failed Medicine Lodge Treaty, and continued fighting until 1871, when his people settled on a reservation in Indian Territory. In what is known as the Red River War, he and other chiefs began raiding settlements again in 1874 out of frustration with poaching of buffaloes. Deadly Days in Kansas By Wayne C. New York Times, Feb. 27, 1875; Surrender of an Indian Tribe
Wayne Cyril Lee, American author. Nebraska s early towns were wild and woolly, and Wayne C. Lee s book features ten of them. Deadly Days in Kansas.
Wayne Cyril Lee, American author. Named one of Historian of Year, High Plains Preservation History Commission, 1981. Member of Toastmasters (president Imperial, Nebraska 1964-1965, 1972-1973), Nebraska State History Society Foundation (director since 1975), Nebraska Writers Guild (president 1974-1976), Western Writers America 1970-1971. He describes the lawmen, desperadoes, vigilantes, and killers. Meet the legends of Dodge City and Abilene Bill Hickock
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On the morning of September 10, 1874, in Kansas, Chief Medicine Water and his band, including Mochi, attacked John German and his family as they were breaking camp. The family had camped along the stage route which followed the Smoky Hill River while en route to Fort Wallace. com/books?id LMvjhiPBJzoC&pg PA59&lpg PA59&dq german+family+massacre&source bl&ots 438S23EJBR&sig 6Z4E5nU&hl en&.
Wayne C Wingo 1928 Kansas Wayne C Wingo in 1930 United States . Wayne had one sister: Eulah Evelyn Dible. Wayne C. WINGO was born on month day 1908, at birth place, Oklahoma, to William C Wingo and America Jane Wingo
Wayne C Wingo 1928 Kansas Wayne C Wingo in 1930 United States Federal Census. Wayne C Wingo was born circa 1928, at birth place, Kansas, to Ewell E Wingo and Lona E Wingo. Wayne had one sibling: Eulah E Wingo. Wayne married Wanda Lee WINGO. Wayne lived in 1930, at address, Kansas. He lived in 1935, at address. WINGO was born on month day 1908, at birth place, Oklahoma, to William C Wingo and America Jane Wingo. Wayne had 11 siblings: Ewell Elmer WINGO, Zena Loyet BAILEY and 9 other siblings. Wayne passed away on month day 1920, at age 12 at death place, Oklahoma.
LEE, Wayne C(yril) 1917-(Lee Sheldon) PERSONAL:Born July 2, 1917, in Lamar, NE; son of David Elmer (a farmer) and Rosa Belle (Deselms) Lee; married Pearl . Deadly Days in Kansas, Caxton Printers (Caldwell, ID), 1997.
LEE, Wayne C(yril) 1917-(Lee Sheldon) PERSONAL:Born July 2, 1917, in Lamar, NE; son of David Elmer (a farmer) and Rosa Belle (Deselms) Lee; married Pearl Mary Sheldon, March 17, 1948; children: Wayne Sheldon, Charles Lester. Politics: Republican. Religion: Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Hobbies and other interests: Sports (especially community boys' sports), music, singing. Source for information on Lee, Wayne C(yril) 1917-: Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series dictionary. Bachelor Bait, Eldridge Publishing (Franklin, OH), 1951.
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