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Wilson Rockwell presents twenty-two true tales of cowboys, rustlers, politicians, and the often deadly battles of lawmen in Western Colorado during the late 1800's and early 1900's.
* Fishing rights led to a fatal feud on Grand Mesa in the 1890's.
* Too much party celebrating set off a fierce 1880's battle between Durango and Farmington gangs.
* A Telluride bank president's swindle helped save millions for his customers.
* A cowboy shot and killed a lad for pulling the cowboy's chair out from under him, launching a massive manhunt for the killer.
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Out of print for more than 30 years, Sunset Slope has been almost impossible to find or purchase. Republication of this book provides an opportunity for people interested in Western Slope history to add one of Wilson Rockwell's finest books to their collections.About the Author:
Wilson Rockwell is a graduate of Stanford University, a former Colorado State Senator, a rancher and well known historian. Many of Rockwell's stories and histories have appeared not only in book form, but also on radio and in newspapers and magazines.
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