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The Stafford-Townsend feud began with an 1871 shootout in Columbus, Texas, followed by the deaths of the Stafford brothers in 1890. The second phase blossomed after 1898 with the assassination of Larkin Hope, and concluded in 1911 with the violent deaths of Marion Hope, Jim Townsend, and Will Clements, all in the space of one month. 

The book is published by University of North Texas Press. 

“Endlessly fascinating, filled with gunfights, ambushes, unexplained deaths, murder, juries allowing culprits to go free....” (Chronicle of the Old West)

“Fascinating and sophisticated examination of a Texas feud that should be of interest to scholars of Texas history, the West, and the South.” (Southwestern Historical Quarterly)

“I am enormously impressed by this project.” (Bill O’Neal, State Historian of Texas and author of The Johnson-Sims Feud)

©2016 James C. Kearney (P)2019 Redwood Audiobooks
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: History

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