The Authentic Life of Billy the Kid

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Sunstone Press, 1954 - Crime - 156 pages
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A history of the life, adventures, and death of William H. Bonney, better known as Billy, the Kid, written by Sheriff Pat Garrett, the man responsible for killing the outlaw in 1881.
 

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User Review  - Garrison0550 - LibraryThing

If you're looking for a factual, well documented book on the life of Billy the Kid, well this isn't it. My advice is that if you're interested in this uniquely American character (s) you should ... Read full review

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Although the narrator was excellent, this is not an easy book to listen to, just because it's an older book and the style of writing is old-fashioned. But, that said, the content was downright ... Read full review

Contents

CBMTB
1
A Fugitive in ArizonaPicks Up a Partner Named
8
Gay Life in SonoraKilling of a Mexican Gambler
15
Once More a WandererMeets Again with Jesse
30
A Perilous Journey through the Guadalupe Moun
37
The Kid Joins Jesse Evans Crowd on the PecosThe
48
The Kids Apparent Reformation While in Tunstalls
60
Bowbre Captured by Jesse Evans PartyThe Kid
84
Several Cattle and Horse Stealing RaidsFight
127
Garrett Becomes Sheriff of Lincoln CountyBarney
139
A Hot Chase Over the Prairie After OFolliard
146
Garrett Tightens the Coils Around the KidA
157
Garrett Lays a Trap at Fort Sumner for the Kids
166
chaptess page
175
Garrett re Defense of His Prisoners Stands Off a
185
The Most Dramatic of All the Kids EscapesKill
200

The Desperate Three Days Fight at LincolnBurn
94
The Killing of Bernstein at the Indian Agency
104
The Kid under Voluntary Arrest at LincolnAn
115
Garrett Perfects Plans for the Kids Recapture
210
Addendum
227
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