Buckskin Joe the unique memoirs of Edward Jonathan Hoyt edited by Glenn Shirley 1966

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In his lifetime Edward Jonathan Hoyt, better known as Buckskin Joe, staged more excitement than Buffalo Bill, Fairbanks and Flynn, Karl Wallenda, and Batman put together.

 

Born in Canada in 1840, he fought in the Civil War, homesteaded in southern Kansas, chased outlaws as a U.S. marshal in the Cherokee Outlet, prospected for gold from Nova Scotia to Central America, and served as a troubleshooter for "Haw" Tabor, the Silver King of Leadville.

 He was essentially an entertainer, specializing in fêtes of music and feats of strength and agility.

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The book Buckskin Joe is in good shape for its age with no rips or tears. Please note the slight wear on the cover.

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Book dimensions:10x8x1

 


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