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Texas Gulag The Chain Gang Years, 1875-1925

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ISBN-10: 1556229313

ISBN-13: 9781556229312

Edition: 2002

Authors: Gary Brown

List price: $18.95
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This book describes in the inmate's own words how they worked and died in incredibly inhumane conditions.
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Book details

List price: $18.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Taylor Trade Publishing
Publication date: 2/22/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 284
Size: 5.62" wide x 8.50" long x 0.84" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

Gary Brown, former chief ranger at Yellowstone, Denali, & Rocky Mountain national parks, is a private bear-management consultant & is the author of "The Great Bear Almanac" & "Safe Travel in Bear Country." He lives in Bozeman, Montana.

Fourteen Years in Hell
Where Hogs Feasted on the Corpses of Convicts
Who Was John Henry and Why Do Inmates Call Him Johnnie?
The Texas Convict
Thirty-Nine Lashes with the "Bat"
The Man Who Fought the Brutality and Oppression of the Ring in the State of Texas for Eighteen Years and Won
Women in Chains
"Necking" on the Way to Prison
Sixteen Years at Huntsville
When the Sun Goes Down
Schribner's Monthly Report to the World
The Uncle with the Neck Chains
Run Like Hell, You Pitiful Soul
Long John Dunn of Taos
The Progressive Reporter from San Antonio
The Trans-Cedar Lynching and the Texas Penitentiary
The Infamous Calvert Coal Mines
Why the Aggies are Hated in Texas Prisons
25 Years Behind Prison Bars
Tools of Torture
Hell Exploded
Where, in God's Name, Were the Prison Chaplains?
Lookout, Dawg Boy!
Seven Years in Texas Prisons
That First Night in the Pen
The Life of A.J. Walker, an Innocent Convict
What Was a Bertillion Officer?
Breakin' Rocks in the Hot Sun, Texas Style
Buried Alive
Eating What a Dog Would Spurn
Twenty-Two Months in the Texas Penitentiary
Huntsville's "Dummy"
Texas State Railroad
Twelve Years in a Texas Prison