Heroes of the Santa Fe Trail, 1821-1900

Heroes of the Santa Fe Trail, 1821-1900

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qqHeroes of the Santa Fe Trail qis the product of decades of primary research by a writer who has lived all of his life in the shadow the Trail s legacy. This book tells the dramatic story of the men and women Hispanic, Anglo, and Native American who settled the West and provides insights not commonly found elsewhere. From the Hispanic Jaramillo and Chavez families of the Rio Grande Valley to the legacy of Ham Bell, a nonviolent man who made more arrests than any Dodge City lawman, qHeroes q relates the violent, comic, and often tragic adventures of the pioneers of the early Santa Fe Trail. Boson Books offers several exciting novels by Randy Smith about the Old West. For an author bio, photo, and a sample read visit www.bosonbooks.com. qHamilton Butler Bell, Jr. served as deputy sheriff of Ford County for seven years, four of which were under his father before ... Bell went on to become mayor of the city, establish the first ambulance service, and maintained a REO automobileanbsp;...

Title:Heroes of the Santa Fe Trail, 1821-1900
Author:Randy Smith
Publisher:Bitingduck Press LLC - 2005


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