Heritage, Volume 11, Number 3, Summer 1993 Page: 11
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THE GREAT AMERICAN OUTLAW
A Legacy of Fact and Fiction
By Frank Richard Prassel
Often we romanticize outlaws and gangsters. Prassel separates fact from fiction with an
enjoyable examination of the concept of outlawry from Robin Hood, Pancho Villa, and
Billy the Kid to more modern personalities such as John Dillinger, Al Capone, Clyde
Barrow and Bonnie Parker. A separate chapter on molls, plus equal treatment in the histories
of gangs, traces women's involvement in outlaw activities.
Holy Man of the Oglala
By Michael F. Steltenkamp
Based on extensive interviews with Lucy Looks Twice, the
holy man's last surviving child, and others who knew him
personally, Steltenkamp sheds new light on the life of one
of the world's best-known religious figures. The story
here rounds out the portrait of this famous holy person,
as it reveals his conversion to Catholicism and offers for
the first time some telling facts about his life.
DESERT AND MOUNTAIN PLANTS
OF THE SOUTHWEST
By Dorothy VanDyke Leake,
John Benjamin Leake, and
Marcelotte Leake Roeder
Illustrations by Dorothy VanDyke Leake
A fully illustrated guide to many of the most fascinating,
beautiful, and commonly found plants of the region.
Leake's original illustrations capture the intricate features
of the flora and allow the reader to identify plants.
Contains 260 illustrations and I map.
Winner of the Western Heritage Wrangler Award
"IT'S YOUR MISFORTUNE
AND NONE OF MY OWN"
A New History of the American West
By Richard White
"An excellent new synthesis of Western history.
. . . [White] is a lively, graceful writer . .. and he
tells a story very different from the traditional
picture of the progress of Anglo-American civilization,
but no less compelling."-The New
York Times Book Review.
BATTLES AND SKIRMISHES OF
THE GREAT SIOUX WAR, 1876-1877
The Military View
Compiled, edited and annotated
by Jerome A. Greene
These accounts as they were observed by participating
officers, enlisted men, scouts, surgeons, and newspaper
correspondents-some told immediately after the
encounters and some set down in reminiscences years
later-are important and little-known sources of information
about the war. They give a compelling sense of immediacy
to the actions.
IN THE SOUTHWEST
By Arthur L. Campa
New Foreword by Richard L. Nostrand
:I:::::: "This is a book one dips into tentatively only to become
:::!i:i so fascinated that one reads it from cover to cover. This
.; great work, fascinatingly written and beautifully illustrated,
is 'a book for all seasons."'-Latin America in
With color plates
THE HORSE SOLDIER 1776-1943
The United States Cavalryman: His Uniforms, Arms,
Accoutrements, and Equipments
World War I, the Peacetime Army, World War II
By Randy Steffen
Illustrations by Randy Steffen
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