The Death of Billy the Kid

The Death of Billy the Kid

Many years after the death of Billy the Kid, Deputy John William Poe, who was just outside the door when Sheriff Pat Garrett killed Billy, wrote out the whole story, which was published in a small edition.

Author: John William Poe

Publisher: Sunstone Press

ISBN: 9780865345324

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 124

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Many years after the death of Billy the Kid, Deputy John William Poe, who was just outside the door when Sheriff Pat Garrett killed Billy, wrote out the whole story, which was published in a small edition. While certain statements made in the book by Poe are controversial, his account is a valuable document for anyone interested in Billy the Kid.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

True Death of Billy the Kid

True Death of Billy the Kid

It is probably his daring escapes from jails that made him most famous, and this is the main subject of this biography, which traces his story up through his death by a gunshot in the pitch darkness, fired by lawmen obsessed with getting ...

Author: Rick Geary

Publisher: NBM

ISBN: 9781681121369

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 56

View: 655

One of the great folk legends of the Wild West, William H. Bonney went from cowboy and rancher's gunslinger to a pure outlaw, forever dodging justice in New Mexico before it was even a state. On the one hand, he was charming, fun-loving, often present at social events, quite appealing to the ladies. Also conversant in Spanish, "Billito" was popular with the Spanish speaking crowd. On the other hand, he had no compunction to coldly kill a man, a sheriff, a deputy—anyone who got in the way of his rustling cattle or horses for an illicit living. He also proved hard to keep in jail once he was caught. It is probably his daring escapes from jails that made him most famous, and this is the main subject of this biography, which traces his story up through his death by a gunshot in the pitch darkness, fired by lawmen obsessed with getting rid of him.
Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels

The Stone Garden

The Stone Garden

The White Sands Region, New Mexico, 1908.

Author: Bill Brooks

Publisher: Gunsmoke Westerns

ISBN: 1408462575

Category: Fiction

Page: 250

View: 529

The White Sands Region, New Mexico, 1908. It is twenty-seven years after the alleged death of Billy the Kid and rumors abound throughout New Mexico and the United States that the Kid is still alive. Those who believe him dead, are labeling the Kid's killer, Pat Garrett, a traitor. While Sheriff Garrett expected a hero's reception for his assassination of William H. Bonney, alias, The Kid, Garrett has become the most despised man in the state. Instead, assassins are now lining up to gun him down. Garrett watches as the Kid's exploits become the stuff of legend, of dime novels and of myth. And the myth continues that the Kid is alive. When an assassin's bullet finds Garrett, many secrets go to the grave with him. Among those secrets is the identity of his own killer.
Categories: Fiction

Billy the Kid

Billy the Kid

In other words, the death of Billy the Kid was never officially recorded in the state
of New Mexico. There is. in fact, no legal proof of the death of Billy the Kid. Pat
Garrett never collected the five-hundred-dollar reward offered by New Mexico ...

Author: W. C. Jameson

Publisher: Taylor Trade Publications

ISBN: 1589791487

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 137

View: 926

Did Billy the Kid escape to die in 1950 in Hico Texad? W.C. Jameson analyzes the evidence, including use of new technology to produce a compelling case for Billy's survival.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Thunder in the West

Thunder in the West

Against this deftly drawn portrait, Etulain considers the stories and myths spawned by Billy’s life and death.

Author: Richard W. Etulain

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN: 9780806168043

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 448

View: 166

Even before he was shot and killed in 1881, Billy the Kid’s charisma and murderous career were generating stories that belied his brief life—and that only multiplied, growing to legendary proportions after his death at age twenty-one. In Thunder in the West, Richard W. Etulain takes the true measure of Billy, the man and the legend, and presents the clearest picture yet of his life and his ever-shifting place and presence in the cultural landscape of the Old West. Billy the Kid—born Henry McCarty in 1859, and also known as William H. Bonney—emerges from these pages in all his complexity, at once a gentleman and gregarious companion, and a thief and violent murderer. Tapping new depths of research, Etulain traces Billy’s short life from his mysterious origins in the East through his wanderings in New Mexico, Arizona, and Texas. As we move from his peripatetic early years through the wild West to his fatal involvement in the Lincoln County Wars, we see the impressionable boy give way to the conflicted young man and, finally, to the opportunistic and often amoral outlaw who was out for himself, for revenge, and for whatever he could steal along the way. Against this deftly drawn portrait, Etulain considers the stories and myths spawned by Billy’s life and death. Beginning with the dime novels featuring Billy the Kid, even during his lifetime, and ranging across the myriad newspaper accounts, novels, and movies that alternately celebrated his outlaw life and condemned his exploits, Etulain offers a uniquely informed view of the changing interpretations that have shaped and reshaped the reputation of this enduring icon of the Old West. In his portrayal, Billy the Kid lives on, not as a cut-throat desperado or a young charmer but as both—hero and villain, myth and man, fully realized in this twenty-first-century interpretation.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

The West of Billy the Kid

The West of Billy the Kid

Here are the faces of Billy’s family, friends, and enemies: John Tunstall and John Chisum, Sheriff Pat Garrett and Governor Lew Wallace, Jimmy Dolan and Bob Olinger, Alexander McSween and Paulita Maxwell, and many others.

Author: Frederick Nolan

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN: 9780806148878

Category: History

Page: 368

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In The West of Billy the Kid, renowned authority Frederick Nolan has assembled a comprehensive photo gallery of the life and times of Billy the Kid. In text and in more than 250 images-many of them published here for the first time-Nolan recreates the life Billy lived and the places and people he knew. This unique assemblage is complemented by maps and a full biography that incorporates Nolan’s original research, adding fresh depth and detail to the Kid’s story and to the lives and backgrounds of those who witnessed the events of his life and death. Here are the faces of Billy’s family, friends, and enemies: John Tunstall and John Chisum, Sheriff Pat Garrett and Governor Lew Wallace, Jimmy Dolan and Bob Olinger, Alexander McSween and Paulita Maxwell, and many others. Here are Santa Fe and Silver City as Billy the Kid saw them, Lincoln, Las Vegas, and Tascosa. Recent photographs show the Kid’s haunts as they appear today.
Categories: History

The Saga of Billy the Kid

The Saga of Billy the Kid

Garrett's shooting of Billy in 1881 hastened the closing of the American frontier. Walter Noble Burns's Saga of Billy the Kid kindled a fascination in Billy the Kid that survives to this day.

Author: Walter Noble Burns

Publisher: UNM Press

ISBN: 0826321534

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 322

View: 329

First published in 1926, this entertaining and dramatic biography forever installed outlaw Billy the Kid in the pantheon of mythic heroes from the Old West and is still considered the single most influential portrait of Billy in this century. Saga focuses on the Kid's life and experiences in the bloody war between the Murphy-Dolan and Tunstall-McSween gangs in and around Lincoln, New Mexico, between 1878 and 1881. Burns paints the Kid as a boyish Robin Hood or romantic knight galvanized into a life of crime and killing by the war's violence and bloodshed. Billy represented the romantic and anarchic Old West that the march of civilization was rapidly displacing. His destroyer was Pat Garrett, the courageous sheriff of Lincoln County. Garrett's shooting of Billy in 1881 hastened the closing of the American frontier. Walter Noble Burns's Saga of Billy the Kid kindled a fascination in Billy the Kid that survives to this day. Richard W. Etulain's foreword discusses the singular importance of Saga in the historical literature on Billy the Kid and the Lincoln County War.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Billy the Kid

Billy the Kid

He told his story only one time, to one man. This is his story, now presented for the first time with new photographic evidence and research that supports his claim that he was the one true Billy the Kid of legend.

Author: Daniel a Edwards

Publisher:

ISBN: 0692437258

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 250

View: 338

In 1882 a notorious outlaw and a childhood friend of Billy the Kid was released from prison where he had been serving time for killing a Texas Ranger. His freedom finally secured, the outlaw disappeared and was never heard from again. Never, that is, until 1948 when he came out of hiding after almost 70 years. In the course of proving his identity to a court of law the outlaw revealed that his friend Billy the Kid was not killed by Pat Garrett but was still alive even to that day. After a period of research and persistence the young lawyer was finally led to a destitute old man in Texas who was named not William H. Bonney but William H. Roberts, although Bonney had been an alias that he had used. Roberts agreed to reveal himself as Billy the Kid if the lawyer would help him obtain a pardon so he could die a free man. You see, the Kid was still wanted for murder so to come forward was to risk being sentenced and put to death, but this was a risk that William H. Roberts was willing to take. He told his story only one time, to one man. This is his story, now presented for the first time with new photographic evidence and research that supports his claim that he was the one true Billy the Kid of legend.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Billy the Kid

Billy the Kid

Complemented by rare images and period photographs, an evocative re-creation of the life of Billy the Kid journeys behind the sensationalized legend to reveal the real world of the celebrity outlaw, a young man who became one of the most ...

Author: Michael Wallis

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 0393060683

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 328

View: 669

Complemented by rare images and period photographs, an evocative re-creation of the life of Billy the Kid journeys behind the sensationalized legend to reveal the real world of the celebrity outlaw, a young man who became one of the most enduring icons of the American West.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Billy the Kid His Real Name Was

Billy the Kid  His Real Name Was

This book is totally nonfiction and it contains foolproof evidence of who these two old men really were. Only one could have been Billy the Kid. The book also contains new information about Buckshot Roberts and Johnny Ringo.

Author: Jim Johnson

Publisher: Outskirts Press

ISBN: 1598004735

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 156

View: 773

Everyone 'knows' that William McCarty/Henry McCarty/William Bonney, alias Billy the Kid, was killed by Pat Garrett around midnight on July 14, 1881 at Fort Sumner, NM. Or, was he? Authors like William V. Morrison, W. C. Jameson, William A. Tunstill, Jannay P. Valdez, Robert E. Hefner, and Brett L. Hall wrote that Billy the Kid escaped death that night and died an old man by the name of Brushy Bill Roberts in Hico, Texas in 1950. In fact, the Brushy Bill legacy is a tourist attraction and he is a real celebrity in Hico. The Chamber Of Commerce of Hico runs a museum and displays a statue of Billy, and the town celebrates 'Billy the Kid Days' every year. Well, someone was eventually going to find the truth about Brushy. Jim has uncovered undeniable proof who Brushy Bill really was. Was he the real Billy the Kid? Maybe!!On the other hand, author, Helen Airy, wrote about a man by the name of John Miller whose family claimed that he was Billy the Kid. Jim, again, found significant proof who John Miller really was. Maybe Miller really was Billy the Kid. Most authors and historians believe that his real name was William Henry McCarty, but was it? Jim provides new information about Billy the Kid. You've heard all of the so- called 'evidence' for and against Brushy Bill Roberts and John Miller, and now, you will see real hard evidence. Take advantage of Jim's many years of indepth research. This book is totally nonfiction and it contains foolproof evidence of who these two old men really were. Only one could have been Billy the Kid. The book also contains new information about Buckshot Roberts and Johnny Ringo. Just click on either of the icons in the upper lefthand corner of this webpage, 'amazon.com' or 'barnesandnoble.com', and take advantage of Jim's many years of indepth research. If you have any questions or comments that you would like to direct to Jim, just email him at [email protected]
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

The Life and Death of John Henry Tunstall

The Life and Death of John Henry Tunstall

It is augmented in this edition with a new foreword and a supplement of corrections to the first edition which incorporates the author's more recent historical and biographical research.

Author: John Henry Tunstall

Publisher: Sunstone Press

ISBN: 9780865347229

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 493

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In 1956, Frederick Nolan, then 25, located in the archives of the British Foreign Office a substantial file of original correspondence between the British and American governments, the family of John Tunstall, and many of the participants in the New Mexico Territory's Lincoln County War. Soon after this he was given unconditional access to Tunstall's letters and diaries, and three and a half years later--although he had never set foot in the United States--completed a biography based upon the sympathetically-edited letters and diaries of the young English rancher whose brutal murder in February, 1878, triggered the bitter and unrelenting violence that followed. His widely-acclaimed debut is recognized today as a breakthrough work which completely revolutionized historical understanding of the personalities and events of New Mexico's Lincoln County War and in the process changed forever the way the subject would be written about. The first book ever to link those events to the shadowy cabal known as the Santa Fe Ring, the first book ever to place Billy the Kid in the true context of his time, the first book ever to make available the letters of such men as Alexander McSween, Huston Chapman, and the hitherto unknown Robert Widenmann, it set new standards for both research and writing in this field and in the process became a classic. It is augmented in this edition with a new foreword and a supplement of corrections to the first edition which incorporates the author's more recent historical and biographical research. Frederick Nolan is widely recognized as the world's leading authority on the history of Billy the Kid and the Lincoln County War and both he and his work on the subject have been garlanded with honors. He has received the Border Regional Library Association of Texas' Award for Literary Excellence, the first France V. Scholes Prize from the Historical Society of New Mexico, and the first J. Evetts Haley Fellowship from the Haley Memorial Library in Midland, Texas. The Western Outlaw-Lawman History Association has presented him with its highest honor, the Glenn Shirley Award, for his lifetime contribution to outlaw-lawman history and The Westerners Foundation has named his "The West of Billy the Kid" one of the 100 most important 20th-century historical works on the American West. In 2007 the National Outlaw-Lawman Association awarded him its prestigious William D. Reynolds Award in recognition of his outstanding research and writing in Western history and in 2008 "True West" magazine named him "Best Living Non-Fiction Writer." Among his other books about the West are an annotated edition of Pat Garrett's "Authentic Life of Billy the Kid"; "Bad Blood: the Life and Times of the Horrell Brothers"; "The West of Billy the Kid"; and "The Lincoln County War," the latter from Sunstone Press in a new edition. He lives in England.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

The Real Billy the Kid

The Real Billy the Kid

But he also published a biography in 1936 titled “The Real Billy the Kid.” His aim in that book, he proclaimed, was to write the Kid’s story “without embellishment, based entirely on actual fact.” Otero had known the outlaw ...

Author: Miguel Antonio Otero

Publisher: Sunstone Press

ISBN: 1611391008

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 252

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Miguel Antonio Otero served as the first Hispanic governor of the U.S. Territory of New Mexico, from 1897 to 1906. He was appointed to the office by President William McKinley. Long after his retirement from politics, Governor Otero wrote and published his memoirs in three volumes, a major contribution to New Mexico history. But he also published a biography in 1936 titled “The Real Billy the Kid.” His aim in that book, he proclaimed, was to write the Kid’s story “without embellishment, based entirely on actual fact.” Otero had known the outlaw briefly and also had known the man who killed Billy in 1881, Sheriff Pat Garrett. The author recalled Garrett saying he regretted having to slay Billy. Or, as he bluntly put it, “it was simply the case of who got in the first shot. I happened to be the lucky one.” By all accounts, Billy the Kid was much adored by New Mexico’s Hispanic population. Otero asserts that the Kid was considerate of the old, the young and the poor. And he was loyal to his friends. Further, Martin Cháves of Santa Fe stated: “Billy was a perfect gentleman with a noble heart. He never killed a native citizen of New Mexico in all his career, and he had plenty of courage.” Otero was especially admiring of Billy because as a boy in Silver City, “he had loved his mother devotedly.” Such praise must be viewed in the context of the times. Other people, of course, saw Billy as an arch-villain. MIGUEL ANTONIO OTERO rightly distinguished himself as a political leader in New Mexico where he raised a family and lived out his life as a champion of the people, but he is also highly recognized for his career as an author. He published his legendary “My Life on the Frontier, 1864-1882” in 1935, followed by “The Real Billy the Kid: With New Light on the Lincoln County War” in 1936, “My Life on the Frontier, 1882-1897” in 1939, and “My Nine Years as Governor of New Mexico Territory, 1897-1906” in 1940.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Bandita Bonita

Bandita Bonita

Precocious, spirited, bored, and outspoken, sixteen year old Elucia (Lucy) Grey Alexis Howard, is both out-of-place in and a prisoner of her wealthy life amongst the highest of New York’s social elite and her father’s ambitious pursuit ...

Author: Nicole Maddalo Dixon

Publisher: Sunstone Press

ISBN: 9781611392111

Category: Fiction

Page: 276

View: 141

Precocious, spirited, bored, and outspoken, sixteen year old Elucia (Lucy) Grey Alexis Howard, is both out-of-place in and a prisoner of her wealthy life amongst the highest of New York’s social elite and her father’s ambitious pursuit of greater prosperity. Sent out west in 1877 to Lincoln County, New Mexico, to marry her pre-contracted fiancé, John H. Tunstall, Lucy is inconsolable at the prospect of a loveless marriage when she meets and falls in love with pistoleer, Billy Bonney, a young, vivacious firebrand hired by John to work his land and provide protection from the dangers posed by John’s nefarious competitor, J. J. Dolan and the entire Santa Fe Ring. When John pays the ultimate price and is murdered, refusing to succumb to the opposition and intimidation of his rivals, Lucy’s own life is then in jeopardy. As a result of John’s death, Billy and the other men working in John’s employment are deputized to combat the tyranny of Dolan and the Ring. Fearing for Lucy, the newly deputized Lincoln County Regulators take her into their protective guard and into the hellfire of what becomes known as the Lincoln County War, the catalyst that inspires Lucy to wage her own personal war for freedom from her oppressive life and a desperate attempt to stay close to the man she loves, the boy about to become known to history as the incendiary notorious outlaw, Billy the Kid. Includes Readers Guide.
Categories: Fiction

Here Lies Billy the Kid

Here Lies Billy the Kid

The official historian of the U.S. Marshals Service shares his investigation into the death and burial of Billy the Kid. Since the Kid's death on July 14, 1881, there has been much dispute about his death and burial.

Author: David S Turk

Publisher: Cold West Publishing

ISBN: 0578515164

Category:

Page: 208

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Investigation into the death and burial of Billy the Kid by David S. Turk, official historian of the US Marshals service. Since the Kid's death on July 14, 1881 there has been much dispute about his death and burial.
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Billy the Kid a Handbook

Billy the Kid  a Handbook

When on 25 May 1879 the Kid was called upon to give evidence at Fort Stanton
at the court of inquiry which had been appointed to investigate Colonel Dudley's
possible complicity in the death of McSween, his testimony offered several ...

Author: Jon Tuska

Publisher: Bison Books

ISBN: 0803294069

Category: Social Science

Page: 235

View: 953

Ever since Billy the Kid was shot by Pat Garrett on a summer night in New Mexico in 1881, historians and storytellers have been spinning his legend, not always agreeing on whether he was the most romantic of western desperadoes or a rat-faced wimp. Now Jon Tuska tells all that can truly be known about the Kid's turbulent life and early death. He points out seventy-five errors of fact or omission in Garrett's influential 1882 biography and goes on to spell out the fantasies about Billy the Kid perpetuated by scores of historians (Charles Siringo, Walter Noble Burns), novelists (Emerson Hough, Zane Grey), and filmmakers (King Vidor, Howard Hughes). His stylish book, scrupulously researched, is the last word on an outlaw who still rides toward reckoning in public image -- Back cover.
Categories: Social Science

Billy the Kid Rides Again

Billy the Kid Rides Again

Author Jay Miller followed the strange unfolding of events, digging to find the source of the money that financed an official murder investigation and the court action against two courageous small towns struggling to prevent the exhumations ...

Author: Jay Miller

Publisher: Sunstone Press

ISBN: 9780865344587

Category: Fiction

Page: 130

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In early 2003, three sheriffs set out to prove that Pat Garrett killed Billy the Kid, thereby also proving that Brushy Bill of Hico, Texas was not the real Kid. Along their way, the sheriffs enlisted New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson's support and took two communities on a wild ride through court battles to dig up Billy and his mother. Governor Richardson found an attorney willing to work free and provide Billy with a voice. Follow "Billy" as he speaks for himself in court, requesting that he and his mother be dug up to examine the DNA in their dusty remains for evidence that they were related. And follow the small towns of Fort Sumner and Silver City, New Mexico as they fight to retain the integrity of their municipal cemeteries and keep the legend of Billy the Kid from crumbling away. Author Jay Miller followed the strange unfolding of events, digging to find the source of the money that financed an official murder investigation and the court action against two courageous small towns struggling to prevent the exhumations. JAY MILLER grew up in Billy the Kid Country, listening to yarns about Billy, some true, some not. As a syndicated newspaper columnist, Miller has written often about Billy and the Lincoln County War and has used a collection of those columns to weave a riveting story of just what happened when Billy rode again.
Categories: Fiction

Billy the Kid and Other Plays

Billy the Kid and Other Plays

Billy the Kid and Other Plays collects seven of these works and offers them together for the first time. Like his novels, many of Anaya's plays are built from the folklore of the Southwest.

Author: Rudolfo A. Anaya

Publisher: Chicana and Chicano Visions of

ISBN: 0806142251

Category: DRAMA

Page: 382

View: 799

While award-winning author Rudolfo Anaya is known primarily as a novelist, his genius is also evident in dramatic works performed regularly in his native New Mexico and throughout the world. Billy the Kid and Other Plays collects seven of these works and offers them together for the first time. Like his novels, many of Anaya's plays are built from the folklore of the Southwest. This volume opens with The Season of La Llorona, in which Anaya fuses the Mexican legend of the dreaded "crying woman" with that of La Malinche, mistress and adviser to Hernán Cortés. Southwestern lore also shapes the title play, which provides a Mexican American perspective on the Kid--or Bilito, as he is known in New Mexico--along with keen insight into the slipperiness of history. The Farolitos of Christmas and Matachines uncover both the sweet and the sinister in stories behind seasonal New Mexican rituals. Other plays here address loss of the old ways--farming, connection to the land, the primacy of family--while showing the power of change. The mystery Who Killed Don José? uses the murder of a wealthy sheep rancher to look at political corruption and modernization. Ay, Compadre! and Angie address aging and death, though with refreshing humor and optimism. Elegant and poetic, intense and funny, these are the plays Anaya considers his best. The author tells how each originated, while Cecilia J. Aragón and Robert Con Davis- Undiano offer critical analysis and performance history. Both Anaya fans and readers new to his work will find this collection a rich trove, as will community theaters and scholars in Chicano literature and drama.
Categories: DRAMA

History of Billy the Kid

History of  Billy the Kid

Many histories of the short life of Old West gunslinger William Bonney have been published, but few pack the punch of Charles A. Siringo's History of 'Billy the Kid', a thrilling first-person account that traces the doomed outlaw's story ...

Author: Chas A. Siringo

Publisher: The Floating Press

ISBN: 9781775455974

Category: True Crime

Page: 77

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Many histories of the short life of Old West gunslinger William Bonney have been published, but few pack the punch of Charles A. Siringo's History of 'Billy the Kid', a thrilling first-person account that traces the doomed outlaw's story from birth to death. Siringo was known in his time as a cowboy detective and spent months pursuing Bonney.
Categories: True Crime

The Illustrated Life and Times of Billy the Kid

The Illustrated Life and Times of Billy the Kid

This well-crafted book is profusely Illustrated with over 460 images, including over 100 paintings and illustrations by the author, plus rare maps and images that provide a vivid look into the numerous controversial episodes in the Kids ...

Author: Bob Boze Bell

Publisher:

ISBN: 1732917124

Category:

Page:

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Description: How many movies would you go to see about an outlaw named Henry the kid? probably not 44, which is how many Hollywood has made so far about Henry McCarty, the boy Outlaw who use the Alias Billy Bonnie of course we know him today is Billy the Kid. If you saw the Young Gun movies or any of the numerous other portrayals of the West's most famous boy outlaw, you no doubt have many questions about the real Billy the Kid.Did he actually kill 21 Men, one for each year of his life?Did he carve notches on his gun?Were Billy and Pat Garrett good friends?Did Billy cheat death and live out his life as Brushy Bill?Here's a factual look at Billy the Kid and his world, with many never-before-published photos. This well-crafted book is profusely Illustrated with over 460 images, including over 100 paintings and illustrations by the author, plus rare maps and images that provide a vivid look into the numerous controversial episodes in the Kids short life. It is a revolutionary, new-style history book that is informative and entertaining for young and old alike.
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