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1 Alexander, Bob Fearless Dave Allison Border Lawman A Transitional Lawman On A Transitional Frontier
Silver City NM High Lonesome Books 2003 0944383629 / 9780944383629 First Edition Hardcover Fine Fine Book 
285 pages, photos, SIGNED by the author, limited to 500 copies. "At 27, William Davis "Dave" Allison became the youngest sheriff in the State of Texas, elected at Midland County in 1888. He was still wearing a badge when gunned down by infamous cattle rustlers Hill Loftis (aka Tom Ross) and Milton Paul Good in 1923. Between times he was 6 times an elected sheriff; a member of the Texas Rangers and Arizona Rangers; Chief of Police at Roswell, New Mexico; personal bodyguard of Colonel William Cornell Green during the vicious 1906 mine strikes at Cananea, Mexico; livestock inspector; and he led the posse that caught and killed Mexican revolutionary Pascual Orozco in 1915." 
Price: 39.00 USD
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2 Alexander, Bob John H. Behan Sacrificed Sheriff With An Introduction By Paul Mitchell Marks
Silver City NM High Lonesome Books 2002 0-944383-58-0 / 9780944383582 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Very Good 
307 pages, photos, SIGNED by the author, limited to 500 copies, light fade to jacket spine. "Behan was a true frontiersman of the early Arizona Territory. Long portrayed as a villain in the Tombstone conflicts, and the nemesis of Wyatt Earp, Sacrificed Sheriff presents the story of a 40-year lawman and public servant who was skilled with gun and horse, yet who consistently fought crime and arrested bad guys without killing anyone. Behan also was a Civil War volunteer, twice a Territorial Legislator, and Yuma Prison Superintendent." 
Price: 45.00 USD
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3 Alexander, Bob Rawhide Ranger Ira Aten Enforcing The Law On The Texas Frontier
Denton University of North Texas Press 2011 1st Edition Hardcover New New Book 
452 pages, photos. "Ira Aten (1862-1953) was the epitome of a frontier lawman. When as a youth he heard of the killing by Rangers of the notorious outlaw Sam Bass at Round Rock, Aten's neighborhood, he altered his plans of being a cowboy and instead set his sights on becoming a Texas Ranger. At age twenty he enrolled in Company D during the transition of the Rangers from Indian fighters to topnotch peace officers. This unit-and Aten-would have a lively time making their mark in nineteenth-century Texas. His law enforcing deeds transcend days with the Rangers. Ira served two counties as sheriff, terms spiked with excitement. Afterward, for ten years on the XIT, he was tasked with clearing the ranch's Escarbada Division of cattle thieves. Aten's story spins on an axis of spine-tingling Texas history. Moving to California, Ira was active in transforming the Imperial Valley from raw desert into an agricultural oasis. Unmistakably he was public spirited and committed to community betterment." UNT 
Price: 25.00 USD
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