By: Davis, John W.
Hardcover. As new. The story begins in late March, 1909, when five sheepmen headed east from Worland, Wyoming, driving 5,000 head of sheep. A few days later the men and their sheep camped on the banks of Spring Creek, where they thought they had safely brought the herd across the cattlemen's deadline, beyond which sheep were forbidden. That evening, however, the camp was raided by seven cowboys, and three of the sheepmen were brutally murdered.
Title: A Vast Amount of Trouble: A History of the Spring Creek Raid
Categories: Americana - Outlaws Lawmen Vigilantes Soiled Doves,
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Norman, Oklahoma, U.S.A., Univ Pr of Colorado: 1993
ISBN Number: 0870813102
ISBN Number 13: 9780870813108
Book Condition: As New
Seller ID: 017928
Keywords: COLORADO HISTORY UNITED STATES STATE,