Arizona Rangers: On the Trail of the Rustlers (1917)

Irving Crump was the author of thirty odd books and his short stories and serials have appeared in numerous periodicals He was managing editor of Pictorial Review In this short book Crump details the work of the Arizona Rangers in curtailing cattle rustling on the Arizona frontier and border with Mexico Crump writes Unlike the Texas Rangers, the men of Arizona had verIrving Crump was the author of thirty odd books and his short stories and serials have appeared in numerous periodicals He was managing editor of Pictorial Review In this short book Crump details the work of the Arizona Rangers in curtailing cattle rustling on the Arizona frontier and border with Mexico Crump writes Unlike the Texas Rangers, the men of Arizona had very little to contend with in the way of Indian troubles, for you see, in the days when Comanches, Apaches and the rest, were burning and pillaging in the Southwest, Arizona was not a State, nor was it a district of very much interest to white settlers The immigrants had not pushed out that far in any great numbers and the territory in that vicinity was looked upon as the special stamping ground of the Indians Arizona s Ranger organization was established a long, long time after the Texas Rangers came into existence, having been formed by old Captain Wheeler in 1905 when Indian troubles were a thing of musty history.
Arizona Rangers On the Trail of the Rustlers Irving Crump was the author of thirty odd books and his short stories and serials have appeared in numerous periodicals He was managing editor of Pictorial Review In this short book Crump details the

  • Title: Arizona Rangers: On the Trail of the Rustlers (1917)
  • Author: Irving Crump
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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