Table of contents for "Along the Rio Grande" : cowboy Jack Thorp's New Mexico / edited by Peter White & Mary Ann White.

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"For Cows are Contrary": The New Mexico Cattle
Industry                                           17
"Forgotten by the World": Towns, Trails, and Ranches
in New Mexico                                      39
Ojo de Nuestra Senora Ranch, Owned by Don
Mariano Sabino Otero                           40
Chihuahua Trail Across La Jomada del Muerto      43
The Old Bar W Ranch, Lincoln County,
New Mexico                                     47
Salau or Capitan                                 50
White Oaks "Encinos Blancos," Lincoln
County, N.M.                                   54
Las Palomas (The Doves) Hot Springs              58
Portfolio                                           64
"Beckoned by the Finger of Gold": The Lost Mines of
New Mexico                                         71
Ojo de Casa in Las Huertas Canyon, "House
Springs"                                        72
Gold Fever in Ojo de la Casa                      76
Jessie Martin, Desert Rat                         78
La Mina de la Virgen de Oro, or The Mine of the Gold
Virgin                                           81
Old Mining Camps: Black Range, New Mexico         84
La Mina Escondida, "The Hidden Mine"              88
The Dead Burro Mine                               92
Lost Mine of the Pedernal                         95
Turquoise Mines near Oro Grande                   99
"Good Companions in a Rough and Broken Country":
A Portfolio of Characters                          101
E. W Lyon, Ranchman and Hunter                   102
Old Time Stockmen of the Estancia Valley         106
Johnnie Martin's Place                            110
Elfego Baca                                       114
Bob Lewis, Peace Officer                          118
"Bravos, Desperados, and Hombres": Lawlessness in
the West                                           123
Marino Leyba, Outlaw                             124
Joe Fowler, Holdup Man and Criminal               129
Wild Bunch of the San Francisco River,
New Mexico                                      132
Wild Times in Santa Fe                           136
Grant Wheeler and Joe George, New Mexico Train
Robbers                                        140
The John Greer Gang                                143
Bill McGinnis, the Nerviest Outlaw of
Them All                                         147
Broncho Bill, Train Robber                         151
The De Autremont Brothers, Train Bandits           154
Clay Allison, Gunfighter                           164
Black Jack Ketchum                                 168
Henry Coleman, Bad Man                             182
Bad Man Moore, alias Johnny Ward                   186
Butch Cassidy, alias Jim Lowe, or Sallie Parker    189
Curley Bill, Outlaw                                193
Curley Bill                                        198
Portfolio                                              202
"Just Some Old, Old Tune": Three Cowboy
Songs                                                211
On the Frisco River                                212
Charlie Rutlage                                    213
New Mexico Cowboy                                  214

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Frontier and pioneer life New Mexico, New Mexico Social life and customs, Folklore New Mexico, Cowboys New Mexico History, Thorp, N, Howard (Nathan Howard), 1867-1940