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Ambush at Bloody Run: The Wham Paymaster Robbery of 1889: A Story of Politics, Religion, Race, and Banditry in Arizona Territory


Author: Ball, Larry D.

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Story of the Wham Paymaster Robbery in Arizona



Binding Type Hardcover
Edition -
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Publisher Arizona Historical Society
Publisher Year 2000
Signature Type -
Size 8vo - over 7ᄒ - 9ᄒ" tall

Ambush at Bloody Run: The Wham Paymaster Robbery of 1889: A Story of Politics, Religion, Race, and Banditry in Arizona Territory

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Ambush at Bloody Run: The Wham Paymaster Robbery of 1889: A Story of Politics, Religion, Race, and Banditry in Arizona Territory. In this engrossing and meticulously documented study, Larry Ball draws on a wealth of new research - including interviews and the previously undiscovered trial transcript - to separate fact from legend in describing an event that pitted white against black, Gentile against Mormons, Democrat against Republican, lawman against outlaw, and neighbor against neighbor in a region chafing under federal control. Buffalo soldiers provided the escort for Major Wham. 1st printing. Arizona Historical Society, 2000. Brown cloth in unclipped dust jacket.

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