2 edition of Authentic story of Billy the Kid found in the catalog.
Authentic story of Billy the Kid
Pat F. Garrett
Cover-title: Billy the Kid, the outlaw.
|Statement||by Pat F. Garrett ... foreword by John M. Scanland and eyewitness reports edited by J. Brussel.|
|Series||American folk-lore and humor., No. 1|
|Contributions||Brussel, Jacob, ed.|
|LC Classifications||F786 .B694 1946|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||46006418|
The Authentic Life of Billy the Kid by Pat F. Garrett; 11 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Crime and criminals, Crime, Outlaws, History, Biography. In The Authentic Life of Billy the Kid, the story of William Bonney is told by the lawman who ended his notorious career. Pat Garrett was sheriff of Lincoln County when he cornered and killed Billy the Kid on the night of J Between that date and April , when Garrett's book appeared, eight lurid "dime novels" had glorified adn.
The Authentic Life of Billy the Kid | Of all firsthand accounts of lawlessness in the old Southwest, none is more fascinating than Pat F. Garrett's The Authentic Life of Billy, the Kid. It was first published in , a year after Sheriff Garrett killed the Kid, "the bravest and most feared" gunman of the cattle war in Lincoln County, New Mexico. Get this from a library! The authentic life of Billy the Kid. [Pat F Garrett; Durwood Ball] -- "William H. Bonney, born in November of , began his criminal career early. At the age of twelve, Billy stabbed a man in a bar fight, then spent his teenage years stealing and gambling. At.
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This is a wonderful book, despite the historical inaccuracies, and should be read as supplemental reading by anyone wanting to learn about The Kid, however, if you want to read a much more accurate historical biography on Billy The Kid, read Robert M.
Utley’s book titled “Billy The Kid, A short and Violent Life.”/5(). Pat Garrett was an American Old West lawman, bartender and customs agent who became renowned for killing Billy the Kid.
His book, The Authentic Life of Billy, the Kid was published in and popularized the story of the famous outlaw. He was eventually murdered under unclear circumstances in /5(). The Authentic Life of Billy the Kid [Pat F. Garrett] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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More than years after the death of Billy the Kid, the popular legends surrounding his life show no sign of dissipating. Complete with a new foreword for this edition, The Authentic Life of Billy the Kid is both a tribute and an exposé from the man who took him by: 5.
The Authentic Life of Billy, the Kid was largely ghost-written by Garrett's friend Marshall Ashmun "Ash" Upson (–). Although filled with many errors of fact, The Authentic Life served afterwards as the main source for most books written about the Kid until the s.
The story of Billy the Kid was often told. Here is the authentic story of Billy the Kid, told by Pat Garrett, the man who shot Billy. Pat Garrett verfolgt Billy the Kid- und tötet hin. Hier ist di. Shortly after the shooting, Sheriff Garrett wrote a biography of Billy, the hugely sensationalized The Authentic Life of Billy, the Kid.
The book was the first of many accounts that would turn the Born: This is the story of Billy The Kid. Childhood. Billy The Kids early years and childhood are full of mystery.
He was said to have been born in an Irish neighbourhood of New York in His birth name was apparently William Henry McCarty and he was of Irish decent.
His mother’s name was Catherine McCarty (later to become Catherine Antrim). In The Authentic Life of Billy the Kid, the story of William Bonney is told by the lawman who ended his notorious career. Pat Garrett was sheriff of Lincoln County when he cornered and killed Billy the Kid on the night of J pat f garrett s the authentic life of billy the kid Download pat f garrett s the authentic life of billy the kid or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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Bonney, a.k.a. "Billy the Kid," a notorious gunman of the American Old West. Author Pat F. Garrett recounts the major events in Bonney's life, detailing his first murder at age 18 as well as Reviews: Pat Garrett wrote this first hand account of Billy the Kid and it was for decades considered to be the historical and factual account of Garrett’s tracking and killing of William H Bonney in the.
A portrait of Billy the Kid taken in Fort Sumner, insold for $ million in In that photo, Billy the Kid is packing a Colt revolver and Winchester Carbine rifle. The Authentic Life Of Billy The Kid by Garrett, Pat F. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Additional Physical Format: Online version: Garrett, Pat F.
(Pat Floyd), Authentic story of Billy the Kid. New York, Atomic Books Inc., LibraryThing Review User Review - Garrison - LibraryThing. If you're looking for a factual, well documented book on the life of Billy the Kid, well this isn't it. My advice is that if you're interested in this uniquely American character (s) you should 3/5(3).
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A quick online search reveals more than 50 films in which Billy the Kid is either the main character or a secondary one.
His last days have been the central narrative of many of them, including “Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid,” a film by director Sam Peckinpah that endures as a classic among fans of the genre. So attracted are Americans.Pat Garrett's Exceedingly Scarce Account of Billy the Kid Pat.
F. Garrett. The Authentic Life of Billy the Kid, the - Available at April 6 Rare Books.Born Henry McCarty, Billy the Kid was a diminutive, charming, blond-haired young man who, growing up in New York, Kansas, and later New Mexico, demonstrated a precocious dexterity at firing six-shooters with either hand - a skill that turned him into an American legend of the old West.