The Cornett-Whitley gang: violence unleashed in Texas

At the mustang pen in Butler's pasture -- Demonic laughter -- The headwaters of Ugly creek -- Without a single train robber -- Fiendish atrocities -- Immunity from unpleasant consequences -- A stream of fire -- I will make things lively -- Wild, wooly and hard to curry -- Prefer them dead -- La...

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Published in:A. C. Greene series
Main Author: Johnson, David (Author)
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: Denton, Texas University of North Texas Press 2019
In:A. C. Greene series
Online Access: Table of Contents
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Summary:At the mustang pen in Butler's pasture -- Demonic laughter -- The headwaters of Ugly creek -- Without a single train robber -- Fiendish atrocities -- Immunity from unpleasant consequences -- A stream of fire -- I will make things lively -- Wild, wooly and hard to curry -- Prefer them dead -- Lawless and violent -- The wages of sin.
This Book describes the activities of the Cornett-Whitley gang in Texas. They were active in 1887-88. The leaders were Bill Whitley and Brack Cornett, both killed by posses. They were best known for a train robbery at Flatonia, Texas in the summer of 1887
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical Description:xviii, 284 Seiten
ISBN:9781574417685