...Be careful! There are a lot on here who think I am a nutter! I try to look at both sides of the incident and so far I have come up favouring the ranchers for the most part so you will find me biased.
However, my defense is I married a cowboy 60 odd years ago and was a ranch wife, so my opinion is swayed by life experience. I am not tied to the printed paper as tightly as some. You can read between the lines without distorting the record.
Just wanted you to know before you spend the rent money!
Joyce, first congratulations on your new book. I have some questions on the sources you used for your book..
Obviouly the primary contemporary sources are:
1. The actual transcription of the Coro... more
...I have relied on all the references you mention but also am inclined to 'read between the lines,' so to speak. As earlier commented on, I was a ranch wife at a time when a lot of old time cowboys a... more
I still have a question on where you got the word for word of testimony you used for the Spicer hearing, as that court record has been lost. For the Coroner's inquest we have the actual court records.... more
...that I have had to rely on the very references you refer to; i.e., Turner, Hayhurst, Nugget, and Epitaph because unfortunately that is all we have.
There is no doubt whatsoever the records have ... more
Thank you for the reply Joyce! I’m interested in reading writings and books by people who have done their research and look for the truth...I saw it was mentioned your book can be found on Amazon...I... more