Outlaw Tales of Montana, 2nd by Gary A. Wilson
True Stories of Notorious Montana Bandits, Culprits, and Crooks (Outlaw Tales Series)

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From rustlers and robbers to crimes of passion and the wannabe outlaws who couldn't quite pull it off, Outlaw Tales of Montana tells the stories of some of the most fascinating--and least known--badmen to roam Montana's ranges: "Long" Henry Thompson, the "terror of eastern Montana"; Con Murphy, the "Jesse James of Montana"; "Dutch" Henry Ieuch (and the outlaws of Big Muddy Creek); George "Big Nose" Parrott; and infamous Wild Buncher Harvey "Kid Curry" Logan. This book offers entertainment and an unusual look at history

About Gary A. Wilson

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Gary A. Wilson's previous books include Honky Tonk Town: Havre's Bootlegging Days and Tall in the Saddle: the "Long" George Francis Story. Biographer, historian and publisher, he has been researching the history of northern Montana since 1978. He is a founding board member of the Fort Assinniboine Preservation Association and is active in several local and regional tourist and historical organizations. He lives in Havre, Montana.
Published August 1, 1995 by Falcon Distribution. 240 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction