Gun Feud to the Last Man by Oren Arnold

3.5" x 5.5" (9 x 14 cm)
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Gun Feud To The Last Man by Oren Arnold Big Tom Graham squinted down his rifle barrel. CRACK! in the sheep herder's camp a coffee pot leaped and spilled. The herder fled. But the next day Graham's brother was hot from ambush--and from that moment the notorious Graham-Tewksbury feud was on. It began in 1885 when cattlemen headed by Graham ordered that no sheep could graze below the great Tonto Rim. The sheep-raising Tewsburys took up this challenge of the range. The war became bitter. There in the wilderness men, women and children alike had to fight and die. First cause of the quarrel was forgotten as new hatreds flamed. Murder, arson, thievery, all manner of horror developed in the wild orgies of revenge. Whole settlements, ranches, homes were attacked, with battles lasting for days, and no person dared ride out alone. It ended in 1892 when Tom Graham was shot to death from ambush. One Tewksbury was left -- the "last man." Scene of the feud? In a beatiful region named PLEASANT Valley! Dramatic TRUE Stories from the GREAT WEST

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