Description[Texas Rangers]. Harper's New Monthly Magazine. Volume XCIV. December, 1896, To May, 1897. New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1897. 8vo, viii; 980. Illustrated throughout. Half-bound in marbled paper and leather. Tightly bound. Pages show light toning. Moderate shelfwear.
More Information: Contains a fascinating article on the early history of the Texas Rangers by renowned Western artist and writer, Frederic Remington, page 60, titled "How The Law Got Into The Chaparral." For the article, Remington interviewed famous Rangers from the early days such as John S. "RIP" Ford and William A. "Bigfoot" Wallace. The article is illustrated with original artwork by Remington depicting famous incidents from the Rangers' history including the Black Bean Incident of following the ill-fated Mier Expedition of 1843, the 1848 killing of Padre Jarante, the killing of Comanche chief, Iron Jacket, by RIP Ford at the Battle of Little Robe Creek, 1858.
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