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Title: "Hell on the Border; He hanged eighty-eight men. A history of the great United States Criminal Court at Fort Smith, Arkansas, and of crime and criminals in the Indian Territory, and the trial and punishment thereof before ... Judge Isaac C. Parker, 'The Terror of Lawbreakers,' and by the courts of said Territory, embracing the leading sentences and charges to grand and petit juries deliver'd by the world famous jurist, etc. (By S. W. Harman. Compiled by C. P. Sterns.)"
Author(s): Harman, S. W. [person] ; Parker, Isaac Charles [person] ; Sterns, C. P. [person]
British Library shelfmark: "Digital Store 6056.cc.3"
Page: 735 (scanned page number - not necessarily the actual page number in the publication)
Place of publication: Fort Smith, Arkansas
Date of publication: 1898
Publisher: Phoenix
Type of resource: Monograph
Language(s): English
Physical description: xiii, 720 pages, illustrations, plates, portraits, 22 cm

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