Norman and London: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996 First edition. . ix, , 402pp. Well-illustrated throughout with period photographs and portraits; maps by Rosemary DeArment Walter. Notes, bibliography, index. Rust cloth. A very fine copy with pictorial dust jacket. The complete life story of the controversial lawman Frank Canton, born Joe Horner, who, after conviction and imprisonment for armed robbery, escaped to change his name and transform himself into an ambitious, hard-working peace officer pursuing felons all over the western frontier for almost half a century. Canton was active in Texas, Wyoming, Oklahoma and Alaska during the last quarter of the 19th century and the first part of the 20th century. Johnson County War, pursuit of the Daltons, gold prospector in Alaska, and more.. (Inventory #: 7912)
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