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Bounty hunter

Author: Rick Miller
Publisher: College Station, Tex. : Creative Pub. Co., ©1988.
Series: Early West.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : 1st ed
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It was 1877 when the 27 year old Texas Ranger telegraphed his brother, "We are here with Hardin, all safe. Will be in Austin tomorrow morning. Jack Duncan." He had tracked down the most deadly gunfighter of all time, John Wesley Hardin, and then helped capture him. Duncan's success was due in large measure to his courage and tenacity. Above all else, he was motivated by the promise of the reward money for capturing  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
History
Named Person: John Ripley Duncan; John Wesley Hardin; John Ripley Duncan; John Wesley Hardin
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Rick Miller
ISBN: 0932702414 9780932702418
OCLC Number: 17732227
Description: 255 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series Title: Early West.
Responsibility: by Rick Miller.
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It was 1877 when the 27 year old Texas Ranger telegraphed his brother, "We are here with Hardin, all safe. Will be in Austin tomorrow morning. Jack Duncan." He had tracked down the most deadly gunfighter of all time, John Wesley Hardin, and then helped capture him. Duncan's success was due in large measure to his courage and tenacity. Above all else, he was motivated by the promise of the reward money for capturing outlaws with prices on their heads.

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