Such Men as Billy the Kid: The Lincoln County War Reconsidered

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • ILLUSTRATIONS ix
  • Author's Note xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Part One - The Fall of the House 1
  • 1 - In This Corner 3
  • 2 - The Fritz Insurance Policy 10
  • 3 - The Kid's Youth 14
  • 4 - John Tunstall 18
  • 5 - Dolan and Chisum 24
  • 6 - Brewer to the Rescue 29
  • 7 - Sheriff Brady and the Boys 38
  • 8 - Catron's Trap 44
  • 9 - McSween Accused 50
  • 10 - The Attachment 61
  • 11 - On the Felix 70
  • 12 - The Pursuit 76
  • Part Two - The Regulators 85
  • 13 - Postmortem 87
  • 14 - Widenmann's Raid 93
  • 15 - If a Man Die . . ."" 100
  • 17 - The Double Barrelled Bore 122
  • 18 - April Fools' Day 131
  • 19 - Blazer's Mill 140
  • 20 - The End of the Original Struggle 146
  • 21 - Dudley Takes Over (and Everything Changes) 156
  • 22 - The Rio Grande Posse 164
  • 23 - The Five Days' Battle 173
  • Part Three - The Kid 189
  • 24 - The End of the Regulators 191
  • 25 - Ben-Hur 198
  • 26 - Chapman in Battle 204
  • 27 - Sheriff-Elect Garrett 213
  • 28 - Billy the Kid"" 224
  • Epilogue 235
  • Notes 237
  • Bibliographic Essay 285
  • Index 291
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