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Texas Ranger N. O. Reynolds, the Intrepid.

By: Parsons, Chuck.
Contributor(s): Brice, Donaly E.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Frances B. Vick Series: Publisher: Denton : University of North Texas Press, 2014Description: 1 online resource (447 p.).ISBN: 9781574415858.Subject(s): Crime -- Texas -- History -- 19th century | Frontier and pioneer life -- Texas | Peace officers -- Texas -- Biography | Reynolds, N. O. (Nelson Orcelus), 1846-1922 | Texas Rangers -- BiographyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Texas Ranger N. O. Reynolds, the IntrepidDDC classification: 363.2 | 363.209764092 | 976.405092 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents; Foreword by Leon C. Metz; Acknowledgments; 1. Continuing the Warrior Tradition; 2. Joining the Frontier Battalion; 3. Removal of Cattle from their Accustomed Range; 4. A White Man Takes a Scalp; 5. Death of the Avenger; 6. Rangers Against the Confederacy; 7. A Single Shot Ends a Feud; 8. A Prisoner Lost in Indiana; 9. One Dublin Taken, One Dublin Escapes; 10. A Killing in Scabtown; 11. Protecting the Man Killer; 12. Gunsmoke at Round Rock; 13. A Sheriff vs A Ranger; 14. An Outrage Upon Children; 15. Dealing with Fence Cutters; 16. The Cornett-Whitley Gang Emerges
17. A Loss and a Final GuardAfterword by Stephen Reynolds Davis; Appendix A. The Gentlemen in White Hats-The Men of Company E, Frontier Battalion; Appendix B. Texas State Historical Markers Relevant to N. O. Reynolds' Career; Notes; Bibliography; Index
Summary: Historians Chuck Parsons and Donaly E. Brice present a complete picture of N. O. Reynolds (1846-1922), a Texas Ranger who brought a greater respect for the law in Central Texas. Reynolds began as a sergeant in famed Company D, Frontier Battalion in 1874. He served honorably during the Mason County "Hoo Doo" War and was chosen to be part of Major John B. Jones''s escort, riding the frontier line.
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Contents; Foreword by Leon C. Metz; Acknowledgments; 1. Continuing the Warrior Tradition; 2. Joining the Frontier Battalion; 3. Removal of Cattle from their Accustomed Range; 4. A White Man Takes a Scalp; 5. Death of the Avenger; 6. Rangers Against the Confederacy; 7. A Single Shot Ends a Feud; 8. A Prisoner Lost in Indiana; 9. One Dublin Taken, One Dublin Escapes; 10. A Killing in Scabtown; 11. Protecting the Man Killer; 12. Gunsmoke at Round Rock; 13. A Sheriff vs A Ranger; 14. An Outrage Upon Children; 15. Dealing with Fence Cutters; 16. The Cornett-Whitley Gang Emerges

17. A Loss and a Final GuardAfterword by Stephen Reynolds Davis; Appendix A. The Gentlemen in White Hats-The Men of Company E, Frontier Battalion; Appendix B. Texas State Historical Markers Relevant to N. O. Reynolds' Career; Notes; Bibliography; Index

Historians Chuck Parsons and Donaly E. Brice present a complete picture of N. O. Reynolds (1846-1922), a Texas Ranger who brought a greater respect for the law in Central Texas. Reynolds began as a sergeant in famed Company D, Frontier Battalion in 1874. He served honorably during the Mason County "Hoo Doo" War and was chosen to be part of Major John B. Jones''s escort, riding the frontier line.

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