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"Unbridled Cowboy" by Joseph B. Fussell, edited by E. R. Fussell (Winner of the 2009 Will Rogers Medallion Award) — A riveting firsthand account of a defiant hell-raiser in the wild and tumultuous American Southwest in the late 1800s. In a time and place with no law, the young cowboy exacted revenge on those who trespassed him or those who abused authority. Joe recounts tales of cowboy adventures, narrow escapes, and undercover work as a Texas Ranger and life on the railroads.
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