Captain John R. Hughes, Lone Star Ranger.
By: Parsons, Chuck.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Frances B. Vick: Publisher: Denton : University of North Texas Press, 2011Description: 1 online resource (422 p.).ISBN: 9781574413540.Subject(s): Frontier and pioneer life -- Texas | Hughes, John R. --(John Reynolds), --1855-1947 | Texas -- History -- 1846-1950 | Texas Rangers -- BiographyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Captain John R. Hughes, Lone Star RangerDDC classification: 976.4/05092 LOC classification: F391.H88 P2 2011Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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cover; half_title; frontice; title_page; dedication; contents; foreword; acknowledgments; introduction; chapter_1: A Terror to all the Bad Men; chapter_2: "Hold up, Wesley!"; chapter_3: Challenging the Odles; chapter_4: Another Ranger Killed; chapter_5: Battling the Olguins; chapter_6: Scouting on Pirate Island; chapter_7: Spectators on the Rio Grande; chapter_8: The Hardest Man to Catch; chapter_9: From Ysleta to Alice; chapter_10: From East Texas to the Texas Panhandle; chapter_11: A Ranger in the Panhandle; chapter_12: Capt. John R. Hughes-Lone Star Ranger; chapter_13: Texas State Cemetery
chapter_14: The Great CaptainsEndnotes; Selected Bibliography; Index
Captain John R. Hughes, Lone Star Ranger is the first full and complete modern biography of a man who served as a Texas Ranger from 1887 until early 1915. He came to the attention of the Rangers after doggedly trailing horse thieves for nearly a year and recovering his stolen stock. After helping Ranger Ira Aten track down another fugitive from justice, Hughes then joined Company D of the Texas Rangers on Aten's recommendation, intending to stay for only a few months; he remained in the service for nearly thirty years. When Sgt. Charles Fusselman was killed by bandits, Hughes took his place.
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