Publication: Norman: Univ of Oklahoma Press, 1966,
First edition. 8vo. Signed by the author. Brown cloth, titles in gold gilt on the spine, xxvi, 404 pp., frontispiece, foreword, preface & acknowledgments, illustrated, afterword, endnotes, bibliography, index.Foreword by Byron A. Johnson, Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum. Highly recommended by Louis R. Sadler, Harold J. Weiss, Jr., Bill Neal, and Chuck Parsons. "This is Bob's best book to date.... " Louis R. Sadler. Book surveys the personal tragedies of twenty-five Texas Rangers who were killed as they scouted and enforced laws throughout borderland counties adjacent to the Rio Grande River. The time period begins in 1874 through 1921. As new, unread copy in dust jacket.
Inventory Number: 34055