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Bad News for Outlaws :The Remarkable Life of Bass Reeves, Deputy U.S. Marshal

By: Nelson, Vaunda Micheaux
Contributor(s): Christie, R. Gregory [Illustrator]
Material type: TextTextISBN: 9780822567646Subject(s): African Americans - Oklahoma - Biography | Biographies | Freedmen - Oklahoma - Biography | Frontier and Pioneer Life - Oklahoma | Indian Territory - Biography | Oklahoma - Biography | Outlaws - Indian Territory - History | Outlaws - Oklahoma - History | Reeves, Bass | United States Marshals - Indian Territory - Biography | United States Marshal - Oklahoma - BiographySummary: Story of Bass Reeves, one of the first US Marshals West of the Mississippi. For three decades, Bass wa the most feared and respected lawman in the territories, making more than 3,000 arrests..... and though he was a crack shot, he killed only 14 men in the line of duty. Bass Reeves was a remarkable African American and a remarkable hero of the Old West. Ages 8-12
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Story of Bass Reeves, one of the first US Marshals West of the Mississippi. For three decades, Bass wa the most feared and respected lawman in the territories, making more than 3,000 arrests..... and though he was a crack shot, he killed only 14 men in the line of duty. Bass Reeves was a remarkable African American and a remarkable hero of the Old West. Ages 8-12

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