The Outlaw Badge

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Trafford Publishing, 2002 - Fiction - 144 pages
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The Outlaw Badge portrays a very wild era in American history. Because of the Civil War, the US Army was unable to supply enough troops to safely control the new territories opening up for settlement in the West.

Buffalo Soldiers were sent out to try to prevent the many Indian raids on farms and towns. These soldiers were also there to man the many forts and territorial prisons, enforcing the law on what was often a lawless land.

I've put a lot of research into this book, in order to make the setting as realistic as possible. When compared with actual events of the times, the Outlaw Badge doesn't seem very fictional!

The year is 1865, and when the Civil War comes to an end, Indian conflicts will explode across the West...

~Michael J. Bryant, author, The Outlaw Badge

 

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Contents

Chapter 1
9
Chapter 2
17
Chapter 3
31
Chapter 4
45
Chapter 5
55
Chapter 6
65
Chapter 7
78
Chapter 8
87
Chapter 9
104
Chapter 10
119
Chapter 11
136
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About the author (2002)

Michael J. Bryant grew up in the Mojave Desert in California, having a desire and a love for writing and drawing. Soon after High School he went into the Marine Corps for six years, then started working for Lockheed Air-craft Company in 1978 and is still working there at present in South Carolina. He is a husband, and a father of two sons, one daugh-ter, and three step sons.

Michael has many different interests when it comes to writing, such as westerns, fantasy, aircraft and sea adventures, and an all time favorite, American History. Michael is always striving to produce well written and exciting stories that will keep the reader turn-ing the pages.

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