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PEAY - Lookup needed - Book at Washakie County Library
Posted by: Gloria Hursey (ID *****6031) Date: September 12, 2003 at 15:45:27
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If someone has access to the Washakie County Library, I would very much appreciate it if you could copy what this book has in it for the PEAY name.......

Wyoming's Big Horn Basin to 1901
A Late Frontier
by Lawrence M. Woods

Author L. M. Woods earned both MA and Ph.D degrees in history at New York University. He is a retired vice-president of Mobil Oil Corporation and historian. Mr. Woods lives in Worland, Wyoming.

A handsome volume of 288 pages, containing an historical introduction, notes, bibliography, appendixes and index. Embellished with sixteen maps and illustrations. Designed to match previous volumes in this series, it is printed on acid-free paper and bound in brown linen-finish cloth with foil stamped spine and front cover. Issued in an edition of 1000 copies. ISBN 0-87062-267-6

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Horse and cattle thieves, robbers and outlaws are discussed, including Hank Gorman, Charles and Ed Anderson, and Albert Nard. The lawmen who brought justice to Wyoming are also heralded here: Thomas R. Adams, Ed Lloyd, and WALTER W. PEAY among others.

Note: His name was actually William "Walter" PEAY, but he always went by "Walter"

The website that I got this information from said there is a copy of this book in the Washakie County Libary. It did not give any page numbers for the PEAY information.

I will very gladly pay anyone for expenses and copies.

Please e-mail me if you can assist. Many thanks for any help.

Gloria
Ghursey2@aol.com


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