Synopses & Reviews
Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for Caxton Press
A compilation of historical accounts of the men and women, white and native, that have made history on the shores of, and often in spite of, the untamed waters of Idaho's mighty rivers.
Deadly Days in Kansas documents those wild early days in the Jayhawk State. Meet the legends of Dodge City and Abeline -- Bill Hickock, Clay Allison, the Earp brothers and Tom Smith. Neb, "the Devil's own" and Jes-so, the dwarf, kept life interesting in Sheridan -- a wild little town that appeared at end-of-track when the railroad ran out of money -- and vanished
Includes bibliographical references (p. 333-334) and index.
About the Author
Darcy Williamson is a long time Idahoan, historian, naturalist, herbologist, outdoor chef and whitewater rafting expert who has written two previous books published by Caxton Press; Basque Cooking and Lore and The Rocky Mountain Wild Foods Cookbook.