By Wayne C. Lee |
Kansas in the past was often a place of deadly violence. Tempers were quick, life was cheap, and it often was tough to tell the good guys from the bad. Illustrated with nearly 100 photographs, this book brings together accounts of more than 60 incidents that occurred between 1843 and 1932. Covers the Bleeding Kansas era, the Civil War, cowtowns, outlaws, and 20th-century bad men.
130 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches, softcover