3 edition of Vasquez, or, The hunted bandits of the San Joaquin found in the catalog.
Vasquez, or, The hunted bandits of the San Joaquin
George A. Beers
|Other titles||Hunted bandits of the San Joaquin.|
|Statement||By Geo. A. Beers, esq.|
|Series||Western Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 44, no. 419.|
|LC Classifications||HV6452.C3 V2 1875|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. ¾., -141 p.|
|Number of Pages||141|
|LC Control Number||87351075|
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Get this from a library. Vasquez, or, The hunted bandits of the San Joaquin Containing thrilling scenes and incidents among the outlaws and desperadoes of southern California. With a full and accurate account of the capture, trial, and execution of the noted bandit.
[George A Beers]. George Beers, Vasquez, or The Hunted Bandits of the San Joaquin (), reprinted and edited by Robert Green- wood as The California Outlaw: Tiburcio Vasquez or Gatos, CA: The Talisman Press, ). See pp. The California outlaw: Tiburcio Vasquez. [George A Beers; Robert Or -- History of Vasquez and his crimes in post Gold Rush California with Beers contemporary account.
[by Robert Greenwood] --Vasquez, or the hunted bandits of the San Joaquin / by Geo. Beers. Responsibility: Compiled by Robert Greenwood. Including the rare. Boyd p Included in this book is the complete reprint of George Beers book "Vasquez Or, The Hunted Bandits Of San Joaquin" see Adams Six Guns # George beers was a reporter for the San Francico Chronicle, and a member of the posse hunting Vasquez.
Illustrated with contemporary photographs, and excerpts from contemporary newspapers. View the profiles of people named Joaquin Vazquez. Join Facebook to connect with Joaquin Vazquez and others you may know.
Facebook gives people the power. In Vasquez entered San Quentin for his final prison term. All later writers, relying on George Beers's Vasquez, or The Hunted Bandits of the San Joaquin (), have claimed that this prison sentence was for cattle rustling, a crime which.
He claimed that Vasquez hid out in Dunsmore Canyon in the San Gabriels and at an Indian village north of Castle Rock, near Chatsworth.
He created an extensive horse-theft ring, in which Vasquez stole animals from the U.S. government at Yuma, Arizona, drove them to Chilao, in the San Gabriels, and sold them in the San Fernando Valley.
Camping on the San Joaquin, near the Ferry, that night, we started at daybreak the next morning, March 14th, for the Cantua Canon, where we expected to meet our Mexican guide.
Making an easy ride of but 24 miles, we camped on the Little Panoche, a point memorable to us as giving us our first idea of how brackish water can be and yet be drinkable.
Joaquin Murrieta Carrillo (sometimes spelled Murieta or Murietta) ( – J ), also called The Robin Hood of the West or the Robin Hood of El Dorado, was a Sonoran forty-niner, a vaquero and a gold miner who became a famous outlaw in California during the California Gold Rush of the s. The popular legend of Joaquin Murrieta is that of a peace-loving man Born:Sonora, Mexico.
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ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book /5(1). This is a second edition of a rare book, Vasquez: or, The Hunted Bandits of the San Joaquin, by George A. Beers (New York, ). Beers was a reporter on the San Francisco Chronicle.
The outstanding feature of his book is a vivid eye-witness account (pp. ) of the successful pursuit and capture of the. page, it reprints Vasquez; or, The Hunted Bandits of the San Joaquin, by George A. Beers, first published in Heretofore this book could be found only in the rare book rooms of a few institutional and private libraries.
The biography by Beers of the native Californian bandido is the longest of the three contemporary accounts of Jose. Joaquin Murrieta and his Horse Gangs is the most definitive single source for an accurate history about Joaquin Murrieta and his associates.
The author has spent many years researching the subject and retracing the steps of Joaquin; his vast knowledge about Joaquin is obvious as you read the book.5/5(5).
First edition, including a facsimile of George A. Beers’ Vasquez; or, the Hunted Bandits of the San Joaquin. (New York: De Witt, ). Adams, One-Fifty “History of this outlaw by George Beers published in At the time Beers was a reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle and a member of.
InVasquez fell under the influence of a noted pistolero Anastacio Garcia -- who was in fact one of California's most dangerous bandits of the time.
But it was in that Tiburcio Vasquez was accused of shooting Monterey Constable William Hardmount in a fight with Anastacio Garcia at a fandango. Sending books to prisoners incarcerated at San Joaquin County Jail in California is actually a fairly straight forward process but there are some rules that you need to follow to make sure your books arrive successfully.
Failure to follow these will rules will often result in a complete loss of the books at the prison. California Gold Book. San Francisco: Donohue and Henneberry, PP-Superstitions, place names. The Life of Joaquin Murieta. San Francisco: California Police Gazette, Bandit Miner's Own Book.
San Fran- GEORGE A. Vasquez; or, The Hunted Bandits of the San Joaquin. New York: R. De Witt, PP. Tales of. That was hard because Hunted is quite a common book name, and the only other thing I can remember is that the cover was blue.
I was probably a bit young for it, so the book was very thrilling and scary. I'd go to sleep running through the story in my head, pretending to be the main character.
I've never come across it since primary school though/5. THE CALIFORNIA OUTLAW: TIBURCIO VASQUEZ, VASQUEZ: OR, THE HUNTED BANDITS OF THE SAN JOAQUIN, A Contemporary Account of the Bandit and His Capture by Robert Greenwood, George Beers (p.
96) 96). In Robert Greenwood's The California Outlaw, Tiburcio Vasquez (Talisman Press. pp. $) some four-fifths of the space is allotted to a reproduction of George A. Beers' Vasquez; or, The Hunted Bandits of the San Joaquin, containing Thrilling Scenes and Incidents among the Outlaws and Desperadoes of Southern California, with a Full and.About this Item: Hansebooks JulTaschenbuch.
Condition: Neu. Neuware - An Illustrated History of San Joaquin County, California - Containing a history of San Joaquin County from the earliest period of its occupancy to the present time, together with glimpses of its future prospects is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of Hans.
But Murrieta’s face was becoming too well known in the mining camps to be safe, so the gang soon vanished into the wilderness of the remote San Joaquin Valley. With posses trailing after them, the bandits were able to avoid the law for several years, even killing three lawmen in the process.