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Summary:v.20, No. 3, pages 31-37
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Circulation Modifier||Age Hold Protection||Active/Create Date||Status||Due Date|
|Harney County Library||March 1969 (Text)||hcwes201211131310||Western Room||Book||None||11/13/2012||library use only||-|
|The American West: Charles, Thou Art a Rare Blade, part 1 by William Ellsberg|
|Harney County Library||May 1969 (Text)||hcwes201211131337||Western Room||Book||None||11/13/2012||library use only||-|
|The American West: Charles, Thou Art a Rare Blade; Part Two of a Reminiscence of Charles M. Russell- continued from March 1969|
|Harney County Library||May 1969 (Text)||hcwes201211131405||Western Room||Book||None||11/13/2012||library use only||-|
|The American West: Charles, Thou Art a Rare Blade- Part 2 of a two-part reminiscence of Charles M. Russell|
- ISSN: 0003-1534
- Physical Description: 27 volumes illustrations, portraits 28 cm.
- Publisher: [Tucson, AZ, etc.] : [American West Management Corp., etc.]
Humanities index 0095-5981.
Magazine index 1964-
America, history and life 0002-7065 1964-
Artbibliographies modern 0300-466X.
Book review index 0524-0581.
Historical abstracts. Part A. Modern history abstracts 0363-2717 1964-
Historical abstracts. Part B. Twentieth century abstracts 0363-2725 1964-
Women studies abstracts 0049-7835.
Writings on American history 0364-2887.
Reference sources 0163-3546.
Readers' guide to periodical literature 0034-0464.
|Numbering Peculiarities Note:||
Issue for v. 27, no. 4 mismarked as v. 28, no. 4.
v.20, No. 3, pages 31-37 The story of the murder of Lloyd Magruder at what to this day is known as "Magruder Mountain" in old Nez Perce country, about 50 miles east of Elk City, Idaho. In October of 1863, Magruder, a miner turned successful merchant, was traveling back to Lewiston from a successful sales trip to Montana when he and his helpers were brutally ax-murdered. What sets the story apart is that Lewiston hotel keeper Hill Beachy takes it on himself to apprehend the killers-which he does in San Francisco-and bring them back to trial and justice in Idaho.
|Issuing Body Note:||
Vols. for <Nov./Dec. 1978-> sponsored by the the Western History Association and published by the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, Wyoming.
|Cumulative Index/Finding Aids Note:||
Vols. 1-10, winter 1964-Nov. 1973, in v. 11.
|Linking Entry Complexity Note:||
Selected material also issued as: American West traveler.
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