Charles Siringo's riveting narrative tells of the people and events that shaped the legend of America's Wild West. Siringo spent more than 22 years riding with the cattle country's most lawless men. He relied more on instincts and experience than deductive reasoning to survive Idaho labor riots, hunt Appalachian moonshiners, and chase Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch across the Southwest. After years of cowboying, a blind phrenologist convinced him to join the fabled Pinkerton National Detective Agency as an undercover operative in the wilder parts of the West. This program is part of the National Cowboy Hall of Fame Classic Western series.More
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Great short story of a man's life.
Meeting Life's hardships
The authors explanation of one mans adventure in the old west. How it seems like what is happening in todays events.
A feeling of being with him on his job as an undercover detective.
Inside stroy of the Kellogg Idaho Miners strike
True story told in the words of the author who lived the events of the day.
This is a good introduction to Siringo's other books extoling his life as a Pinkerton Detective.
Murphey's knowledge of the old west and the life of the cowboy comes through.
Cowboy detective on the inside of the Kellogge Idaho mine strike and murders.
- M. L. Hunsaker