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Contents Introduction: Tascosa: Yesterday, Today 1. 1875-1876: Last Buffalo, First Sheep Good Men and Bad 1. Henry Hoyt: El Medico Colorado 2. 1876-1877: The Coming of the Longhorns Good Men and Bad 2. Charles Emory: Squirrel Eye Charlie 3. 1878: Billy the Kid Hits Town Good Men and Bad 3. Jim Kenedy: ?He was a wild one.? 4. 1879-1880: Growing Pains Good Men and Bad 4. Selman and Long: The Outlaw Confederacy 5. 1880: Hunting Billy the Kid Good Men and Bad 5. ?Poker Tom? Emory: Riding under a Consumed Name 6. 1880-1882: Law and (Some) Order Good Men and Bad 6. ?Outlaw Bill? Moore: Los Muertos No Hablan 7. 1882-1883: The Beef Bonanza Good Men and Bad 7. Cape Willingham: ?Tough, fair and respected.? 8. 1882-1883: The Great Cowboy Strike Good Men and Bad 8. Tom Harris: ?I?m tired of this, put me away.? 9. 1884: Rustlers vs. Rangers Good Men and Bad 9. Bill Gatlin: Bad Clear Through 10. 1886: ?Ill Met by Moonlight? Good Men and Bad 10. The Animal and the Catfish Kid: ?Us fellows have to stick together.? 11. 1886-1890: When Troubles Come ? Good Men and Bad 11. Jesse Jenkins: ?He never owed a debt he didn?t pay.? 12. 1887-1890: The Writing on the Wall Good Men and Bad 12. Charles Francis Rudolph: ?It?s sad to die young.? 13. Here We Quit You Coda: Frenchy McCormick: ?She was a ring-tailed tooter.? Notes Bibliography Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Tascosa (Tex.) -- History.
Tascosa (Tex.) -- Social life and customs.
Ranch life -- Texas -- Tascosa -- History -- 19th century.
Frontier and pioneer life -- Texas -- Tascosa.
Tascosa (Tex.) -- Biography.