TATE, Charles Spencer. Pickaway; a True Narrative. Chicago: The Golden Rule Press, 1905. 1st ed. 159pp. Portrait frontises., illus., portraits. Orig. cloth. Minor rubbing to spine ends and corners, else very good or better. "Rare. The author who was a gambler of the early West, tells some stories of Liver-Eatin' Johnson and the death of Billy the Kid, but this is not the famous Kid of New Mexico" Adams calls for wrappers and 150pp. This bound copy has 159pp. Autobiography of an itinerant gambler and confidence man, who traveled through Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, North Dakota, Utah, and California. He also worked the mining camps in British Columbia and Calgary. This unglamorous account includes a near lynching by vigilantes in Montana. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Pickaway; a True Narrative.
Publication Date: 1905
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