5 edition of Gunfight at Ingalls found in the catalog.
Gunfight at Ingalls
Includes bibliographical references (p. 159-169) and index.
|LC Classifications||F704.I54 S55 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 180 p. :|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||90000885|
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More editions of Gunfight at Ingalls: Death of an Outlaw Town: Gunfight at Ingalls: Death of an Outlaw Town: ISBN () Hardcover, Barbed Wire Pr, Bill Doolin is an important part of Old West history and his story is covered from his days as a ranch hand through the gunfight at Ingalls – along with countless more of the Old West’s most famous people and events – in Sully’s American West Volumes I & II, published by History Publishing Company, and available as an e-book from Amazon.
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[Glenn Shirley] -- A fascinating read about a outlaw town in Oklahoma, it's settlers and one of the West's most violent gangs.
Gunfight at Ingalls: Death of an Outlaw Town by Glenn Shirley (, Hardcover)Written: Glenn Shirley, a respected author of books on the Oklahoma outlaws and lawmen, initially accepted the story of Rose in the Ingalls gunfight (Toughest of Them All, ) but eventually came to the conclusion she was not there.
Shirley couldn’t find one mention of Rose, or any other woman, in newspaper accounts of the gunfight. The Last Gunfight: The Real Story Of The Shootout At The O.K. Corral And How It Changed The American West by Jeff Guinn is a non-fiction book which traces the famous gunfight. The author cuts through the myth to tell the reader how wild the west really was/5.
Ingalls, Oklahoma Gunfight With the Doolin Gang Ingalls, Oklahoma by Kathy Weiser-Alexander. Though more furious and more deadly than the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona, the Ingalls, Oklahoma shoot-out between the Doolin-Dalton Gang and.
GUNFIGHT AT INGALLS, death of an outlaw town by GLENN SHIRLEY. A page history of INGALLS, Oklahoma Territory. It received its name by two homesteaders who released acres from the original quarter-sections to be used as a town site and name it for UNITED STATES SENATOR JOHN JAMES INGALLS of Kansas, who had been instrumental in getting the Unassigned Lands opened to.
The gunfight at Ingalls has been the subject of stories, movies, myths and speculation for decades. The Indian Territory Regulators, a re-enactment group led by Jim Rollins of Del City, will recreate the shoot-out as depicted in the book "Gunfight at Ingalls: Death of an Outlaw Town" by nationally-recognized Stillwater author Glenn Shirley.
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By the end of the gunfight, nine men lay dead or wounded, and the people of Ingalls had a vivid picture of Western lawlessness and the harsh means needed to restore justice.
Four members of the notorious Dalton Gang (l. to r.) - Bill Power, Bob Dalton, Grat Dalton, and Dick Broadwell - lay dead after a shootout in Coffeyville, Kansas, On.
Described as “the deadliest battle ever fought between organized banditry and deputy U.S. marshals” in Glenn Shirley’s definitive account, Gunfight at Ingalls: Death of an Outlaw Town, this Author: Jordan Rane.
Charlie Pierce at the Dunn ranch, Norman, Oklahoma on May 1, Several versions of his death exist, but most agree he died at the Dunn ranch. A good account of the killing can be found in the book, Gunfight at Ingalls, Death of an Outlaw Town, by Glen. We recommend: Gunfight at Ingalls by Glenn Shirley.
Ingalls today is not a town but a series of scattered homes, trailer houses and wrecked cars. Glenn knew this fight better than any other historian.
permanent decline set in, and Ingalls became a ghost town after World War I. The foremost authority on outlawry and law enforcement on the Oklahoma frontier, Glenn Shirley has researched the Ingalls shoot-out for half a century.
In several other books he has partially described the battle at Ingalls, whileAuthor: Ron Tyler. Angelina was the daughter of Justin and Diadema Day.
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You can read about Angelina in the book titled Farmer Boy. Ingalls is a ghost town in eastern Payne County, Oklahoma, about 10 miles (16 km) east of town was settled as a result of the "Unassigned Lands" land run inand had a post office from Januuntil Octo It was named for Senator John J.
Ingalls of Kansas. During the s the population peaked at aboutthen began to : Payne. Little House on the Prairie, Kansas. Ingalls Hotel, OK Territory The gunfight at this old hotel in the ghost town of Ingalls, OK between U.
Marshals and members of the Doolin-Dalton gang was more furious and deadly than the one at the OK Corral in Tombstone Little House on the Prairie Books, and life on the Prairie in the late ’s. The book "Gunfight At Ingalls, Death Of An Outlaw Town" by Glenn Shirley tells the story of this time in Oklahoma history.During the bloody gunfight at Ingalls, Oklahoma with the Doolin-Dalton Gang on September 1,Shadley was shot by Bill Dalton and died two days later.
Also killed in the gun battle were fellow U.S. Deputy Marshals Thomas Hueston and Dick Speed. Shadley’s body was returned to Independence, Kansas where he was buried in the Mount Hope Cemetery.