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The Bad Boys of the Cookson Hills

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The story contained in these pages is a detailed description of a vicious crime and the eighteen-month long manhunt to track down the criminals involved. It details the history and crimes of a loose-knit gang of bold outlaws originally known as the Cookson Hills Gang, then the Ford Bradshaw Gang and finally the Underhill-Bradshaw Gang whose members blazed a path of robbery ...more
Published January 6th 2002 by New Forums Press
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Jun 11, 2012 Jeffrey Gusfield rated it it was amazing
R.d. Morgan is one of the founders of the Oklahombres, a group of historians and authors who are constantly recalling and researching the outlaw traditions of Oklahoma. Morgan's many excellent books, including this one, shine with authority and a lifetime of tracking the miscreants and wildmen that so fascinate him. Morgan is straightforward and his research is impeccable. This book is a hell of a yarn, and even better, it is all true.
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