Salt-Lick RangeLarge Print - 2009
When Deputy U.S. Marshall Dan Miller arrived in Jefferson, Idaho Territory, the Salt-Lick war was already in the making. When he'd been there a week, U.S. Marshall Fred Clampett was ambushed and nearly killed, leaving Dan the only lawman. Before the final showdown, bushwhackers killed a settler and a cowman, wounded another cowman, and provoked settlers and cattle rancher to raid each other. It was Dan who prevented bloodshed - until his got spilt.
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Wheeler Pub., 2009, c1967.
Edition: Large print ed.
Branch Call Number: LGPRINT WESTERN Paine Lauran
Characteristics: 237 p. (large print) ;,22 cm.