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by Steve Gatto

Author: Steve Gatto
Language: English
Publisher: Protar House; 1st Edition edition (July 1, 2003)
Pages: 188 pages
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Rating: 4.6
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Gatto is the author of "The Real Wyatt Earp" (2000) and "Johnny Ringo" (2002).

Gatto is the author of "The Real Wyatt Earp" (2000) and "Johnny Ringo" (2002). He also authored the book "Da Curse of the Billy Goat" (2004). Paperback: 188 pages.

This book was fun to read - what a character, Curly Bill! Steve takes an objective outlook, draws no conclusions not grounded in fact

Gatto is the author of "The Real Wyatt Earp" (2000) and "Johnny Ringo" (2002). This book was fun to read - what a character, Curly Bill! Steve takes an objective outlook, draws no conclusions not grounded in fact. Curly Bill's history is laid out in recorded documents and Steve proposes some possibilities. References are cited. I would have preferred that all the referenced documents be quoted in full within the body of the book.

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The first full length biography of Curly Bill Brocius  . Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

The story of Curly Bill, Tombstone's most famous outlaw. He was a cowboy, rustler, outlaw, and later, gang leader

The story of Curly Bill, Tombstone's most famous outlaw. He was a cowboy, rustler, outlaw, and later, gang leader. He is best known for killing Tombstone marshal Fred White in 1880, and for his grave outrages of making people dance at gunpoint as he fired bullets at their feet, and shooting out gas lights. As new, unread copy in dust jacket. Inventory Number: 43598.

Curly Bill: Tombstone's Most Famous Outlaw. Gatto is the author of "The Real Wyatt Earp" (2000) and "Johnny Ringo" (2002).

Top 8 Famous Outlaws. Over time, the society has come to appreciate outlaws, in the same way we embrace the losers in the society. The reason why people like to associate with outlaw is simple: they are a perfect example of righteousness and rebelliousness. However, the difference between a beloved outlaw and a hated criminal is basically determined by perception, which is bound to change with time. Top 8 Famous Outlaws.

Outlaw Curly Bill Brocious, Los Angeles, California. I wrestle steers that weigh more than you Junior and they end up on the ground".

Tombstone's Most Famous Outlaw. Published July 2003 by Protar House.

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The first full length biography of Curly Bill Brocius.

Following his shooting of Tombstone City Marshal Fred White in late October 1880, William Brocius, alias Curly Bill, became an infamous man in Arizona. Curly Bill was considered Arizona's Most Famous Outlaw for the next year and a half. Wyatt Earp claimed that he killed the notorious cowboy at a spring in the Whetstone Mountains on March 24, 1882. Contemporary sources, however, claimed that Curly Bill was not in Arizona at the time. The cowboy's supposed death was hot debated at the time and remains a controversial topic today.