TWO SIX SHOOTERS BEAT FOUR ACES
Taken from interviews conducted by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in Arizona during the Great Depression, this Western history provides a glimpse into frontier life (particularly in Arizona), as experienced by the cowboys, shepherds, miners, prospectors, outlaws and lawmen who lived it. Illus.
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