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A Killer Is What They Needed: The True, Untold Story Of Commodore Perry Owens, A Sheriff Of The Arizona Territory
AWARD WINNING TITLE! "...an absorbing tale, meticulously researched." -from the foreword by Robert K. De Arment. "A KILLER IS WHAT THEY NEEDED": THE TRUE, UNTOLD STORY OF COMMODORE PERRY OWENS, A SHERIFF OF THE ARIZONA TERRITORY. Octavo, 308 pp., illus., color endpaper maps, color pictorial dustjacket. During the 1880s Arizona Territory was among the Wild West's wildest places. It took a special b...
Hardcover: 308 pages
Publisher: Graphic Publishers (2013)
Package Dimensions: 9.2 x 6.2 x 1 inches
Amazon Rank: 276086
Format: PDF ePub djvu book
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“Wonderful story of one of the most iconic Arizona lawmen. Grasse fills in the gaps of his little known life and activities. Considerable information and photos were provided by Commodore Perry's descendants. This is a great addition to your wester...”
eed of lawman to step up and confront the likes of the Clanton and Blevins brothers, and their gang members. Often faced with but an instant to think through a situation, their continued existence depended on being willing to pull the trigger now and ask questions later. Such a man was Apache County Sheriff Commodore Perry Owens. Quiet, enigmatic, small in stature and quirky in personality-yet undeniably brave-Owens tamed northeastern Arizona Territory with his sheer grit and wits. This is Owens' full story-the first time ever in print!