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by Tom McCourt.


In the early 1900s, much of southern Utah was still untamed, unnamed and unexplored. To a bold adventurous boy like Bill Tibbetts, the place was magic. Cowboys still bucked-out wild horses and chased renegade bands of Indians. The story of Bill Tibbetts, who overcame the travails of being a wanted man in a hostile land, is the story of hard times in the old west. This book is an exciting tale of his journey: his grit, his gumption and his loyalty to the land and his family. Much of this nostalgic read takes place in what is now Canyonlands National Park. The story is written from the perspective of the Tibbetts family, taken from family records and accounts written by Bill's relatives, children and friends and also from newspaper accounts from the time.
It's the story of a real man, a real cowboy, and a real outlaw. Published by CNHA. Printed in the USA. Softcover.

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