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For the late Major Horace Bell of the Los Angeles Rangers

Ronnie Primack

For the late Major Horace Bell of the Los Angeles Rangers

by Ronnie Primack

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Published by White Rabbit in San Francisco .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementRonnie Primack.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 86/11551 (P)
The Physical Object
Paginationxix p., [1] folded leaf of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2342579M
LC Control Number86463758

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For the late Major Horace Bell of the Los Angeles Rangers by Ronnie Primack Download PDF EPUB FB2

For the late Major Horace Bell of the Los Angeles Rangers by Ronnie Primack,White Rabbit edition, in English /For_the_late_Major_Horace_Bell_of_the_Los_Angeles_Rangers. For the late Major Horace Bell of the Los Angeles Rangers. San Francisco: White Rabbit, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ronnie Primack; Graham Mackintosh; White Rabbit Press, For the Late Major Horace Bell of the Los Angeles Rangers.

San Francisco: White Rabbit, Paperback. Thin octavo [ cm] Yellow and black printed wraps. Very good. The wraps are lightly soiled, and have numerous very small light stains.

There are several small rust stains on the verso of the rear wrap, caused by the staple ://   Over the next few years, the multi-talented Horace Bell acquired wealth as a trader, became influential in politics and became a founding member of the “Los Angeles Rangers,” a militia company Santa Barbara, California: Wallace Hebberd, Second Edition.

Hardcover. Bell was an incendiary attorney who was fond of the seamier side of life. This true account of the lawless days of Los Angeles during the s and of Bell's volunteer service with the Los Angeles Rangers pursuing Joaquin Murrieta and his bandit gang rivals any dime-store :// Horace Bell ( – ) was active in the American era of 19th century California, especially in the Los Angeles region.

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