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by Leland J. Jr. Hanchett

  • Author: Leland J. Jr. Hanchett
  • ISBN: 0963778536
  • ISBN13: 978-0963778536
  • ePub: 1688 kb | FB2: 1489 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Americas
  • Publisher: Hanchett Pub Co; 1 edition (June 1, 1994)
  • Pages: 141
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 598
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Arizona's Graham-Tewksbury Feud - signed. Arizona's Graham-Tewksbury Feud. Story of northern Arizona's cattle, rustling and sheep war in the Pleasant Valley War. Signed by the author. Availability: In stock.

There were other sheep wars in Arizona, besides the Graham-Tewksbury feud. Hanchett, Leland J. (1994). Arizona's Graham-Tewkesbury Feud. Phoenix, Arizona: Pine Rim Publishing.

Graham-Tewksbury Feud. Used for: Tewksbury-Graham Feud. Broader term: Vendetta - Arizona. Pleasant Valley War. Pleasant Valley Vendetta. Pleasant Valley Feud. Filed under: Graham-Tewksbury Feud. Arizona's dark and bloody ground. The Caxton printers, lt. 1936), by Earle R. Forrest (page images at HathiTrust). Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.

I was overall happy with the book. Although it seemed to be written slightly biased. Maybe a little more research would have balanced out both sides. I did still very much enjoy reading!
Hanchett, forgot to include the many better books on the subject and from people who were there. The Blevins and Graham's were part of the rustler gangs who were stealing stock that much is sure. Read Will C. Barnes, Apaches and Longhorns. Barnes was well acquainted with these parties and was there at the time and can be relied on as an eyewitness to history, also Dedera's Book, Little War of Our Own, I highly recommend as a good read and accurate. Forrest's Book, Dark and Bloody Ground, is fair as well. It seems every time a Graham in Hanchett's book was shot, it was as if they were unarmed and not trying to resist arrest, very tiresome reading. Also his dismissal of C.P. Owens who about wiped out the Copper-Blevins gang in one shootout was laughable. This was a war on criminals and rustlers named Graham and Blevins and their associates. There were also parts that were a war over range as well. All in all this is a book that needed an editor familiar with local history.
I am glad that you stated up front that it was hard for you to write the story until you took sides. It was obvious! When a Tewksbury was killed in your book it usually took less than a paragraph to tell. When a Graham was killed you wrote all the gory details. I for one would like to read a balanced, not bias account of this infamous account in Arizona's history.
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