6 edition of A cowboy detective found in the catalog.
A cowboy detective
Siringo, Charles A.
|Statement||by Charles A. Siringo ; introduction by Frank Morn.|
|LC Classifications||HV7911.S55 A3 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 519 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||519|
|LC Control Number||88004799|
Finally published in without Pinkerton in the title or the text, A Cowboy Detective has Siringo working for the Dickensen Detective Agency and meeting up with the likes of Tim Corn, whom every western buff will recognize. The deeper truth of Siringo's book remains. Siringo gave in, and deleted their name from the book title, instead writing two separate books, entitled A Cowboy Detective and Further Adventures of a Cowboy Detective. This edition of the book contains all 23 original illustrations, rejuvenated. In this series. Book 6. Book Buy the : Reading Bear Publishing.
A cowboy detective: a true story of twenty-two years with a world famous detective agency: giving the inside facts of the bloody Coeur d'Alene labor riots, and the many ups and downs of the author throughout the United States, Alaska, British Columbia and Old Mexico, also exciting scenes among the moonshiners of Kentucky and Virginia. What other book might you compare The Cowboy Detective to and why? This is a good introduction to Siringo's other books extoling his life as a Pinkerton Detective. What does Michael Martin Murphey bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book? Murphey's knowledge of the old west and the life of the cowboy comes.
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Charlie Siringo lived through the pre Civil War days up until the 's. He wrote several books during that time at least one of which, "A Texas Cowboy", has become a classic of Old West literature. This book, "A Cowboy Detective" covers his 22 years with the famous, or infamous, Pinkerton Detective Agency/5().
A Cowboy Detective book. Read 20 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Charles Angelo Siringo (February 7, —Octo ), was /5. A Cowboy Detective: A True Story Of Twenty-Two Years With A World Famous Detective Agency - Kindle edition by Siringo, Charles A.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading A Cowboy Detective: A True Story Of Twenty-Two Years With A World Famous Detective Agency/5(). A Cowboy Detective (Classic A cowboy detective book Paperback – Aug by Charles A.
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The publication of the book was "blocked by the Pinkertons, held up in the Superior Court of Chicago" until he changed the title to The Cowboy Detective and made substantial changes to the text. Written in the unvarnished style of a Texas cowboy, this book is /5(5). Finally published in without Pinkerton in the title or the text, A Cowboy Detective has Siringo working for the "Dickensen Detective Agency" and meeting up with the likes of "Tim Corn," whom every western buff will recognize.
A cowboy detective book deeper truth of Siringo's book remains/5(19). A Cowboy Detective: A True Story of Twenty-two Years with a World-famous Detective Agency; Giving the Inside Facts of the Bloody Cœur D'Alene Labor Riots, and the Many Ups and Downs of the Author Throughout the United States, Alaska, British Columbia and Old Mexico, Also Exciting Scenes Among the Moonshiners of Kentucky and Virginia5/5(1).
Great book on the struggle for law and order in the West. If you like this book you will also want read the following similar cent books: 1A Texas Cow Boy [Illustrated] () 2 Fifty Years a Detective: Hitherto unpublished facts connected with some of Mr. Furlong's greatest cases-Other interesting incidents of his long and strenuous career /5(18).
This book, "A Cowboy Detective" covers his 22 years with the famous, or infamous, Pinkerton Detective Agency. In spite of his having to change the names of many of the people involved, his thinly vailed deceptions take us into some of the most historical times of conflict between lawlessness and the law and big business and labour/5().
A Cowboy Detective: A True Story Of Twenty-Two Years With a World Famous Detective Agency Paperback – Ma by Charles A. Siringo (Author) › Visit Amazon's Charles A. Siringo Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search /5(18).
Siringo gave in, and deleted their name from the book title, instead writing two separate books, entitled “A Cowboy Detective” and “Further Adventures of a Cowboy Detective,” with fictitious names replacing real ones.
Charles Siringo. To vent his anger against the Pinkertons. Siringo retired inand began writing another book, entitled Pinkerton's Cowboy Detective.
The Pinkerton Detective Agency held up publication for two years, feeling it violated their confidentiality agreement that Siringo had signed when he was /5(4). A Cowboy Detective. By: Charles A. Siringo Narrated by: Kevin Franzen Free with a day trial Joining the four previous novels - all of which have been Book Sense picks - The Dark Horse puts a unique Wyoming twist on the classic British village mystery.
When Longmire meets a woman jailed for her husband's death, he travels outside his. A Cowboy Detective chronicles his twenty-two years as an undercover operative in wilder parts of the West, where he rode with the lawless, using more stratagems and guises than Sherlock Holmes to bring them to justice and escaping violent death more often than Dick Tracy.
He survived the labor riots at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, in (his Brand: Bison Books. A Cowboy Detective. Santa Fe, New Mexico: Chas. Siringo, First thus.
12mo. Photo portrait frontispiece. 20 additional photographs. With a "Notice" and blurb printed in red on inside front cover. Tiny area of paper loss to bottom edge of front wrapper. Very minor chipping and some shallow creases to spine. A Lone Star Cowboy: Being Fifty Years’ Experience in the Saddle as Cowboy, Detective and New Mexico Ranger, on Every Cow Trail in the Wooly Old West () by Charles A.
Siringo avg rating — 27 ratings — published — 12 editions. A Cowboy Detective | This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages.
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SIRINGO, CHARLES ANGELO (–). Charles Angelo Siringo, cowboy, author, and detective, was born on February 7,in Matagorda County, Texas. His father, Italian immigrant Antonio Siringo, died a year later, leaving the boy's Irish mother, Bridgit (White) Siringo, to.
Charles Angelo Siringo (February 7, Octo ), was an American lawman, detective, and agent for the Pinkerton National Detective Agency during the late 19th century and early 20th century. Siringo was born in Matagorda County, Texas to an Irish immigrant mother and an Italian immigrant father from Piedmont.
He attended public school 5/5(1). After he retired from the agency inhe wrote a book about his work as a detective. Following a lawsuit by the agency, Siringo was ordered by a court to withhold the name Pinkerton from the book's title, Pinkerton's Cowboy Detective.
The book, with its new title, A Cowboy Detective, was finally published in Fine. A Cowboy Detective by Charles a Siringo starting at $ A Cowboy Detective has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace5/5(1).
Finally published in without Pinkerton in the title or the text, A Cowboy Detective has Siringo working for the "Dickensen Detective Agency" and meeting up with the likes of "Tim Corn," whom every western buff will recognize. The deeper truth of Siringo's book : Frank Morn, in his introduction to this Bison Books edition, discusses the changes that resulted from two years of litigation.
Finally published in without Pinkerton in the title or the text, A Cowboy Detective has Siringo working for the Dickensen Detective Agency and meeting up with the likes of Tim Corn, whom every western buff will Price: $