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Marshal Halloway:

Just started on "Frontier Regulars".

Coal Creek Griff:
I should mention that Utley is one of my favorite authors; I'll read anything that he has written. I had a brief correspondence with him last year and he signed his name "Bob". I figure that now I'm entitled to call him Bob like we're pals. I felt that "Frontier Regulars" was insightful and balanced. I think that you'll appreciate it.

CC Griff

Tuolumne Lawman:
"Badge and Buckshot: Lawlessness in Old California" Lawmen and bandits in California 1850 to 1899ish.  Because of the Gold Rush, by 1860 California was VERY cosmopolitan.  Long before the gunfight at the OK Corral in 1881, California was not a frontier by any stretch of the imagination.

https://www.amazon.com/Badge-Buckshot-Lawlessness-Old-California/dp/0806125101

Coal Creek Griff:
I haven't read that one yet, but Boessenecker is rapidly becoming one of my favorite authors. I appreciate his attention to detail and documentation. I also like to read about law enforcement in the old west, which he covers.

CC Griff

Johnny McCrae:
Here are a couple of slide shows from my motorcycle trips to look at when you get a spare moment.

https://s278.photobucket.com/user/jvsaffran/slideshow/Little%20Big%20Horn%20Battlefield?sort=3   This is the Little Bighorn Battlefield in Montana. The site of Custer's Last Stand

https://s278.photobucket.com/user/jvsaffran/slideshow/Buffalo%20Bill%20Museum%20Cody%20WY?sort=2    This is the Buffalo Bill Museum in Cody, Wyoming.

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