, Mar 1, 1982
- 156 pages
Flagon and Galloway Sackett were just looking for a place to start ranching. They found a big, wide, lonely country and, at first, plenty of room. Then Bull Dunn and his two sons decided they wanted it all. When the battle for possession of the land began, Flagon was already in bad shape. He had been taken by Apache Indians, and by the time he escaped, just surviving left him in no condition for any kind of trouble. Bull Dunn's son, Curly, was determined to make the trouble. The Dunns failed to take into account the number of relatives and friends the Sackett brothers could call on for help. When the fighting and shooting were over, the Dunns and their followers were either dead or made peaceable. Time period: 1875-1879.