Sam Sixkiller Cherokee Frontier Lawman

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2012-06-05
  • Publisher: TwoDot
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Sam Sixkiller was one of the most accomplished lawmen in 1880s Oklahoma Territory. And in many ways, he was a typical law-enforcement official, minding the peace and gunslinging in the still-wild West. What set Sam Sixkiller apart was his Cherokee heritage. Sixkiller's sworn duty was to uphold the law but he also took it upon himself to protect the traditional way of life of the Cherokee. Sixkiller's temper, actions, and convictions earned him more than a few enemies, and in 1886 he was assassinated in an ambush. This new biography takes a sweeping, cinematic look at the short, tragic life of of Sam Sixkiller and his days policing the streets of theWild West.

Author Biography

Howard Kazanjian is an award-winning producer and entertainment executive who has been producing feature films and television programs for more than twenty-five years. Chris Enss is an award-winning screen writer who has written for television, short subject films, live performances, and for the movies, and is the author or co-author of more than twenty books. The two also have also collaborated on books about Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, Elizabeth Bacon Custer, John Wayne, and the Intrepid Posse.

Table of Contents

Forewordp. ix
Introductionp. xiii
Comes a Lighthorsemanp. 1
Principals of Peacep. 12
Trouble in Tahlequahp. 27
Mayhem in Muskogeep. 39
Defending the Nationp. 54
Badman Dick Glassp. 67
Keeping the Peacep. 78
Difficulties with Dick Vannp. 89
A Terrible Tragedyp. 97
Chasing Assassinsp. 109
Epiloguep. 121
Endnotesp. 124
Bibliographyp. 141
Indexp. 154
About the Authorsp. 162
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