7 edition of Wyatt Earp found in the catalog.
by Warner Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
When Mark Warren was just a youngster, he found Stuart Lake’s book "Wyatt Earp: Frontier Marshal." "That was the first book I read about Wyatt. I was very young and I had a hero," he said. "Little. The Tombstone/Earp books that are my favorites are William M. Breakenridge's Helldorado: Bringing Law to the Mesquite, Eugene Cunningham's Triggernometry: A Gallery of Gunfighters, Ed Bartholomew's Wyatt Earp: The Untold Story and Wyatt Earp: Man and Myth, Tim Fattig's Wyatt Earp: The Biography, and Andrew C. Isenberg's Wyatt Earp: A Vigilante.
Neil Carmony, in his Editor’s Foreword to The Real Wyatt Earp, A Documentary Biography (), commented about this trend: “Typically, when all is said and done the unrealistic superstar of Stuart Lake’s biography Wyatt Earp, Frontier Marshal and the numerous Tombstone movies is the Earp who emerges from their books and articles.”. Wyatt Earp: Facts: Volume VI: Wyatt Wears his First Badge, Lamar, Mo., March 3,
Stuart Lake's Wyatt Earp - Frontier Marshal is not the best Earp book from a factual/historical context, but is the one which is probably most responsible for the promotion of the Wyatt Earp legend. For that reason, it is worth the read. I have a first edition, complete with dust jacket. Other folks will, no doubt, chime in with better historical narratives. Wyatt Earp Comic Books series All regular issues are Out of Stock. Scroll down to add issues to your Want List and we'll email you when they arrive.: View pictures of their covers: Sales Rank #2, See Top 2, Publisher Atlas Marvel • Western Ages_ Ages_ First Issue #1 - November Last #34 - September
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The real Wyatt Earp, of course, was far more complex and this fascinating book details his life from his origins in the East to his eventual death in poverty in California, well into the 20th by: 5.
"The book to end all Earp books—the most complete, and mostmeticulously researched." —Jack Burrows, author John Ringo: TheGunfighter Who Never Was "The most thoughtful, well-researched, and comprehensive accountthat has been written about the development and career of anOld-West lawman."/5(14).
The definitive book on Wyatt Earp. Heavily researched and contains details so in depth that it amazes. No one could ever do his story justice in a movie in less than 4 hours. If you want the whole true story without any whitewashing you really need to read this book /5().
After seeing Tombstone and Wyatt Earp, and liking/despising aspects of both films, I decided to give a qualified historian a chance to tell me the story.I know there are several serious non-fiction works about Wyatt Earp, but this is the one I happened on.
I really enjoyed it. Tefertiller is generally frank and objective, clearly not carried away by the mythologized portrait of Mr. Earp.4/5. The book is like any other Wyatt Earp book. They all Proclaim to know the truth they all Quote official documents and interview notes mostly by Stuart Lake.
And the author takes the opportunity to intersperse his own opinion other events/5(52). Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month of over 2, results for Books: "wyatt earp books" Skip to main search results.
Finalist for the Weber-Clements Book Prize for the Best Non-fiction Book on Southwestern America In popular culture, Wyatt Earp is the hero of the Gunfight at the O.K.
Corral in Tombstone, Arizona, and a beacon of rough cowboy justice in /5. Wyatt Earp Died 13 January before Stuart Lake could get all his information to write his book.
After Wyatt died Mr lake had serveral meetings with Jose Earp and thus you have a story(Jose Earps' Story). Mattie Earp was left out of the Cited by: 7. The first major biography, Stuart N. Lake’s Wyatt Earp, Frontier Marshal (), written with Earp’s collaboration, established the rather fictionalized portrait of a fearless lawman.
Earp was the fourth of eight children born to Nicholas Earp and his. Wyatt Earp's running for the office of sherrif of Cochise County was the main cause of what happened in this telling of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral. Also, one of Wyatt Earp's key opponents throughout the story was the sitting Sheriff Behan/5.
Sorting through the innumerable legends about Wyatt Earp and his brothers is a monumental task, but Allen Barra, a sports columnist for the Wall Street Journal and a lifelong devotee of western lore, has tried mightily to sort the fact from fiction to determine once and for all if the Earps were heroes or villains.
Looking for books by Wyatt Earp. See all books authored by Wyatt Earp, including Wyatt Earp Speaks!, and My Fight at O.K. Corral, and more on Wyatt Earp was an amazing fellow, and the basis of this book is a series of interviews with Mr.
Earp in the late 's before his demise as well as documents and statements from people who witnessed the events/5. Frame-Up In Fresno starring Wyatt Earp, art by Dick Ayers. The Cloaked Figure text story.
Guns Along the Rio Grande starring Wyatt Earp, art by Dick Ayers. The Man Who Out-Drew Wyatt starring Wyatt Earp, art by Dick Ayers. A Handful of Bullets, art by Al Williamson.
A Town Tamer starring Wyatt Earp, art by Dick Ayers. 36 pgs. $ Cover price. The first major Earp biography, “Wyatt Earp, Frontier Marshal” by Stuart N. Lake, was published in and became a bestseller, establishing Earp as a folk hero among millions of Americans.
Two Books on Wyatt Earp: ‘Men With the Bark On’ We all know the story of the O.K. Corral. But for serious readers, ‘Ride the Devil’s Herd’ may well prove a gold standard. By Gerard HelferichReviews: 5. In his book, Dodge City: Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson, and the Wickedest Town in the American West, Tom Clavin tells the true story of the wildest settlement on the American Frontier.
Originally begun near an Army fort, Dodge City became known /5. Wyatt Earp - what is the best book about him.
I recently became interested in Wyatt Earp, not in a weird way, just wanted to learn about his life. Now, there are a million and five books available. As well as wikipedia and a history website.
Since I like and prefer books, what is the best book. Or what book can you personally recommend. Weird West Wynonna Earp is a weird West comic book miniseries created and owned by Beau Smith. The series was initially published by Image Comics, and from by IDW Publishing.
1 Created by: Beau Smith. In the movie Tombstone, Doc Holliday (portrayed by actor Val Kilmer) is depicted as a good guy at heart, helping Wyatt Earp to keep order and law in the dangerous old west town of Tombstone, Arizona.
As is the case with Earp, there is a mound. Wyatt Earp remains one of the Old West's most iconic figures—perhaps the most famous lawman who ever lived. He has become the ultimate symbol of the stern, righteous, brave, and principled deputy.
Over the years, countless books, articles, movies, television shows, and Web sites have burnished this image. Yet, Earp was only a lawman for a total of about six of his 80 .Wyatt Earp: The Life Behind the Legend (Hardback or Cased Book) 5 out of 5 stars 5 product ratings 5 product ratings - Wyatt Earp: The Life Behind the Legend (Hardback or Cased Book).An epic showdown with Wyatt Earp.
Wyatt Earp is regarded as the most famous lawman of the Old West, best known for his role in the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona. But the story of his two-year war with a band of outlaws known as the Cowboys has never been told in .