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by James M. Smallwood
The Feud That Wasn’t book. In 1874 in the streets of Comanche, Texas, on his twenty-first birthday, Hardin and two other members of the Taylor ring gunned down Brown County Deputy Charlie Webb.
The Feud That Wasn’t book. This cold-blooded killing-one among many-marked the beginning of the end for the Taylor ring, and Hardin eventually went to the penitentiary as a result. The Feud That Wasn’t reinforces the interpretation that Reconstruction was actually just a continuation of the Civil War in another guise, a thesis Smallwood has advanced in other books and articles.
The Feud That Wasn't : The Taylor Ring, Bill Sutton, John Wesley Hardin, and Violence in Texas. by James M. Smallwood. Marauding outlaws, or violent rebels still bent on fighting the Civil War? For decades, the so-called "Taylor-Sutton feud" has been seen as a bloody vendetta between two opposing gangs of Texas gunfighters.
by James M. Texas A & M University Press, Promotional blurb on dust jacket says "Dr. James Smallwood's work is a major addition to revisionist literature of the era and will undoubtedly produce. Texas A & M University Press,. 8vo. Red cloth, titles stamped in gold gilt on the spine, xxiv, 229 p. foreword, acknowledgments, introduction, illustrated, portraits, maps, afterword, appendix, notes, sources, index. Promotional blurb on dust jacket says "Dr. James Smallwood's work is a major addition to revisionist literature of the era and will undoubtedly produce a stimnlating intellectual debate. Inventory Number: 32233.
The feud that wasn't by James Smallwood, 2008, Texas A&M University . The feud that wasn't. the Taylor ring, Bill Sutton, John Wesley Hardin, and violence in Texas. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.
The feud that wasn't. 1st ed. by James Smallwood. Published 2008 by Texas A&M University Press in College Station.
Month Day. August 19. John Wesley Hardin killed in Texas. John Wesley Hardin, one of the bloodiest killers of the Old West, is murdered by an off-duty policeman in a saloon in El Paso, Texas. Born in central Texas on May 26, 1853, Hardin killed his first man when he was only 15 during the violent period of post-Civil War reconstruction.
The true story of famed Texas gunslinger John Wesley Hardin.
The Sutton-Taylor Feud of DeWitt, Gonzales, Karnes, and surrounding counties began shortly . This book presents a study of the Sutton-Taylor Feud
The Sutton-Taylor Feud of DeWitt, Gonzales, Karnes, and surrounding counties began shortly after the Civil War ended. This book presents a study of the Sutton-Taylor Feud.
Of all the Texas feuds, the one between the Sutton and Taylor forces . Bill Sutton stepped down from the hack first, and then helped his pregnant wife Laura, holding her arm gently.
Of all the Texas feuds, the one between the Sutton and Taylor forces lasted longer and covered more ground than any other. William E. Sutton was the only Sutton involved, but he had many friends to wage warfare against the large Taylor family. Texas Rangers attempted to quell the violence, but when they were called away, the killing began again. She was now in her early months, strong, smiling, and confident, but to loving husband Bill she was delicate and fragile, and he was more than ordinarily concerned about her.
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