Directory to the Journal

A DIRECTORY to the
OKLAHOMBRES Journal
Volumes I through IX
1989 - 1998

This is an incomplete list of articles appearing in the Oklahombres Journal. This list covers volumes 1 through 10. The list will be updated in the near future. Also in the near future, arrangements will be made to make these past issues available for sale.

Vol. I # 1 (Summer 1989)
Introduction to OklahombreS
Tales From Hells Fringe, Southern Tulsa County
Vol. I # 2 (Fall 1989)
The Death of A Legend (Tilghman), by Robert Ernst
Outlaws, Books, and Papers by Dee Cordry
Vol. I # 3 (Fall 1989)
Rendevous in Guthrie Announced
Vol. I # 4 (Spring 1990)
Tales From Hells Fringe, Eastern Payne County
Outlaws, Books, and Papers (Madsen, Tilghman, Thomas) by Dee Cordry
Vol. I # 5 (Summer 1990)
Territorial Jail Project Announced
Thomas Jefferson Yount, Deputy United States Marshal, by Robert K. Yount Jr.
Outlaws, Books, and Papers ("Preacher" Hays and Ted Hinton) by Dee Cordry


Volume II

Vol. II # 1 (Fall 1990)
Bad Day At Blackwell,(lawman Alfred Lund), by Terry Whitehead
African-Americans in the Wild West, by Art Burton
What Price The Brain, An Unusual Case in Indian Territory, by Glenn Shirley
Oklahoma's Honor Roll (Russell, Williams, Bowman, Starr), by Robert Ernst
A Collection of Books Concerning Oklahoma Outlaws of the 1930's, by Cordry
Outlaws, Books, and Papers (Rich Owens), by Dee Cordry
Vol. II # 2 (Winter 1991)
The Anti Horse Thief Association,by Bob Blackburn
Bonnie and Clyde in Oklahoma, by Rick Marrix
Vol. II # 3 (Spring 1991)
The Kansas City Union Station Massacre, Part 1, by Gloria Maxwell
The Passing of Chris Madsen, by Nancy B. Samuelson
The Capture of Edward "Buster" Wainscott, Horse Thief (lawman Alfred Lund), by Terry Whitehead
Vol. II # 4 (Summer 1991)
State Operative Luther Bishop, by Dee Cordry
The Kansas City Union Station Massacre, Part 2, by Gloria Maxwell
The Only Legal Hanging in Blaine County, by Dee Cordry
The Lawmen, United Stated Marshals and Their Deputies, book review by Robert Ernst

Volume III

Vol. III # 1 (Fall 1991)
The Kansas City Union Station Massacre, Part 3, by Gloria Maxwell
Robert Osborne Sumter, Deputy United States Marshal, by John Connors
A. B. MacDonald, Lawman and Author, (Frank Hamer), by H. A. Tony Perrin
Vol. III # 2 (Winter 1992)
The Daltons Who Stole Christmas, Among Other Things, by Brookie Craig
A Trail of Slain Officers (Barker gang), by H. A. Tony Perrin
Bob Brady: Forgotten Depression Outlaw, by Rick Mattix
Vol. III # 3 (Spring 1992)
The Barrow Gang in Arkansas, by H. A. Tony Perrin
Three Cartridges For Good Luck (lawman Jim Masters), by Terry Whitehead
DEAD: The Man, Who Killed The Man, Who Killed Jesse James, by Jim Cloud
Horsethief Canyon, by Dee Cordry
Vol. III # 4 (Summer 1992)
No Heroes Were There (Beer City), by Kenneth A. Butler
Gunfight on Statehood Day (outlaw Ernest Lewis), by Robert Ernst
Evitte Dumas Nix, United States Marshal, Part 1, by Thomas R. Holland


Volume IV

Vol. IV # 1 (Fall 1992)
Evitte Dumas Nix, United States Marshal, Part 2, by Thomas R. Holland
Machine Gun Kelly, by Rick Mattix
Vol. IV # 2 (Winter 1993)
The Killing of Sheriff W. A. Williams, by Dee Cordry
A Tough Lawman: William Sheldon, by Robert Ernst
Justice Was Evaded in No Man's Land (Hay Meadow Massacre), by Kenneth A. Butler
John E. Johnston, Sequoyah County Lawman, by Dee Cordry
Vol. IV # 3 (Spring 1993)
Jelly Bryce, The FBI's Legendary Sharpshooter, by K. B. Chaffin
The Guns of Frank Hamer, by Rick Cartledge
Pretty Boy Floyd's Visit To The Gateway City, by Michael Webb
The Capone Mob in Oklahoma ? , by Dee Cordry
Vol. IV # 4 (Summer 1993)
Chris Madsen: Soldier, Oklahoma 89'er, and Deputy United States Marshal, by Nancy B. Samuelson
Little Stories of Men Whose Lives Overflow With Danger, by Dee Cordry


Volume V

Vol.V #1(Fall 1993)
Outlaws and Lawmen of the Cherokee Nation (Jesse Cochran), by Dee Cordry
Directory to OklahombreS, Vol.1 - IV, 1989 - 1993
OklahombreS: Our First 4 Years, by Dee Cordry
Vol. V #2(Winter 1994)
Tri-State Terror: The Saga of Wilbur Underhill in Oklahoma, Part 1, by Michael J. Koch
History of the Oklahoma City Police Department, Part 1, by Ed Hill and Ron Owen
Historic Badges of Law and Order (Alva McDonald), by H. A. Tony Perrin
Vol. V #3(Spring 1994)
Prohibition Enforcement in Oklahoma, by Bob Ernst
History of the Oklahoma City Police Department, Part 2, by Ed Hill and Ron Owen
Tri-State Terror: The Saga of Wilbur Underhill in Oklahoma, Part 2, by Michael J. Koch
Frontier Gunfights in the Muscogee Region, by Art Burton
Vol. V #4(Summer 1994)
Wiley Green Haines, Territorial Lawman, by H. A. Tony Perrin
Tri-State Terror: The Saga of Wilbur Underhill in Oklahoma, Part 3, by Michael J. Koch
History of the Oklahoma City Police Department, Part 3, by Ed Hill and Ron Owen



Volume VI

Vol. VI #1(Fall 1994)
The Day a Great Lawman Drowned (Heck Bruner), by Leif Ernst
Tri-State Terror: The Saga of Wilbur Underhill in Oklahoma, Part 4, by Michael J. Koch
Southwestern Lawmen Slew Dillinger (Clarence Hurt), by Rick Mattix
Vol. VI #2(Winter 1995)
A Forgotten Gunfighter of the Indian Territory (George Goodell), by Robert K. DeArment
M. C. Binion: A Lawman for All Seasons, by Ron Owens
Historical Events of 1895, by Michael J. Koch
Vol. VI #3(Spring 1995)
100 Years Ago: April 1895(Judge Parker), by Dee Cordry
Keirsey, A Family of Oklahoma Peace Officers, by Dee Cordry
Cattle Annie and Little Britches: Prison Records of Oklahomas Famous Female Outlaws(Anna McDoulet and Jennie Midkiff), by Nancy B. Samuelson
Sam Starr, A Short and Violent Life, by Michael J. Koch
Vol. VI #4(Summer 1995)
Evolution of an Outlaw Band: The Making of the Barker-Karpis Gang, by Rick Mattix and William J. Helmer
Life of an Osage Lawman (Wiley Haines), by Joe D. Haines, M.D.
An OklahombreS Profile: Glenn Shirley, Peace Officer and Western Historian, by Carla Chlouber


Volume VII

Vol. VII #1(Fall 1995)
Mose Miller, Outlaw Of The Greenleaf Hills, By Roger L. Bell
The Barker-Karpis Gang - Part 2, by Rick Mattix
Outlaw Tom Slaughter - Even His Name Spelled Death, by Ken Butler
Directory to OklahombreS, Vol.1 - VI, 1989 - 1995
Vol. VII #2 (Winter 1996)
JUSTICE, Judge Parker Style, by Dr. Joe Haines, Jr.
Judge Parker and the Fort Smith Federal Building
Deputies of Parker Remembered
Cherokee Bill - An Outlaw to the End, by Art Burton
The Murder of Deputy Frank Dalton, by Darrell M. Hull
Deputy Issac S. Prater, by Nancy Samuelson
The Murder of Game Warden Estes, by Carlos Gomez
Women of the Shooting Iron, by Art Burton
Dub West Honored, by Roger Bell
Hombres and the Whippet Gun, by Rick Cartledge
Vol. VII #3 (Spring 1996)
The Last Days of Bill Doolin, by Dee Cordry
Turncoats: A Look at the Dangerous Dunn Brothers by Roger L. Bell
Bill Doolin was Killed, and Killed, and Killed, by Nancy Samuelson
Bill Doolin and the Black Oklahombres, by Art Burton
Zip Wyatt, the Cherokee Strip Outlaw, by Mike Koch
Jail Break, July 5, 1896, by Nancy Samuelson
Homicides in the Indian Territory, by Roger Bell
Passing of the Oklahoma Outlaws, by Ken Butler
Vol. VII #4 (Summer 1996)
Marshal Alfred Lund and the Two-Faced Outlaw(Ben Cravens), by Terry Whitehead
Pretty Boy Floyd, by Jeffery King
Deadly Combination, Did Pretty Boy Floyd Join the Dillinger Gang? by Bill Helmer
Research Roundup, #1 by Dee Cordry
Rich Owen, Oklahomas Most Prolific Mankiller, by Ron Owens


Volume VIII

Vol. VIII #1 (Fall 1996)
Bluford Blue Duck, Indian Territory Outlaw, by Patrick Keen
Last Horseback Bank Robbery in Oklahoma, by Ken Butler
Directory to the OKLAHOMBRES Journal, 1989-1996
Research Roundup, #2 by Dee Cordry
Running With Bonnie and Clyde, book review, by Martin Wolverton
Vol. VIII #2 (Winter 1997)
The Incredible Story of Tom and Frank Smith, Lawmen of Texas and Oklahoma, by Dee Cordry
Research Roundup, #3 by Dee Cordry
Gunfight at Boley, by Art Burton
A Lynching in the Osage, by Dr. Joe Haines Jr.
Thirteen Days of Terror, a book review, by Al Ritter
Vol. VIII #3 (Spring 1997)
The Murder of Cal Campbell by the Barrow Gang, written by Terry Whitehead
The Joplin Ambush - The Barrow Gang in Joplin, MO., written by Michael Koch
Tom Horn in Indian Territory, by Diron Ahlquist
Adam Ricchetti - Oklahoma Outlaw, by Fred Sustik
Tombstone Trails, #1 by Roger Bell
Black Lawmen of the Indian Territory, by Art Burton
Research Roundup (Ft. Sill records), #4 by Dee Cordry
Deputy U.S. Marshal E. L. Drake (1892 newspaper)
Vol. VIII #4 (Summer 1997)
The OKLAHOMBRES Chronology, by Greg Olds
Outlaw Wesley Barnett, by Ken Butler
The Anti-Horse Thief Association in Old Oklahoma, by Pat Keen
The Western Judicial District of Arkansas Before Judge Parker, by Nancy Samuelson
The OKLAHOMBRES List of Territorial Lawmen


Volume IX

Vol. IX #1 (Fall 1997)
Bud Ledbetter's Muskogee Gun Battle, by Roger Bell
Manhunt on the Cimarron, by Diron Ahlquist
OKLAHOMBRES Chronology, Part 2, by Greg Olds
Tombstone Trails, #2 by Roger Bell
Vol. IX #2 (Winter 1998)
Finding the Truth About Pretty Boy Floyd, by Dee Cordry
Oklahoma Gunmen Vanished from Alcatraz, by Robert Bates
The First Prison Break at Big Mac, by Ken Butler
The Ramblings of Bob Herring, by Diron Ahlquist
Deputy U.S. Marshal Samuel O. Harris
Counterfeiting in 1844, by Wayne Gibson
Research Roundup, #5 by Dee Cordry
Vol. IX #3 (Spring 1998)
Last of the Doolin Gang: Little Dick West, by Dee Cordry
The Saline Courthouse Massacre, reprint from the Chronicles of Oklahoma
Deputy US Marshal Forrest Halsell, by Nancy Samuelson
Tombstone Trails, #3 by Roger Bell
Vol. IX #4 (Summer 1998)
Bill Tilghman and The Seminole Burning, by Art Burton 
1924 Congressional Hearings on Granting a Pension to Deputy Marshals of the Western District of Arkansas
Collecting Old West Lawman and Outlaw Artifacts, by Pat Keen
Deputy US Marshal W. L. Stamphill

Volume X

Vol. X #1 (Fall 1998)
The Story of Tom Starr, by Wayne D. Gibson
The Light-Horse in Indian Territory, by Carolyn Thomas Foreman (part 1)
Seminole Light-Horse, by Art Burton
1924 Congressional Hearings on Granting a Pension to Deputy Marshals, part 2
A Visit to Timber Hill, by Bob Winter
Dillinger's Gang in Oklahoma, by Jeffery King
Vol. X #2 (Winter 1999)
It's Death to Bonnie & Clyde, by Sandy Jones and Bob Fisher
The Barrow Gang's Crimes in Oklahoma, by Ken Butler
Clyde Barrow and the 32-20 Blues, by Rick Cartledge
The Lighthorse in Indian Territory, Part 2
Vol. X #3 (Spring 1999)
Sideshow Outlaw Elmer McCurdy, by Terry Whitehead
Outlaw Joe Davis, by Ken Butler
A Mobeetie Texas Graveyard Surprise, by Pat Keen
The Boys of Idabel, by Bob Winter
Vol. X #4 (Summer 1999)
In Search of Henry Brooks, by Edward Herring
The Appointment of Deputy U.S. Marshal Jonathan Tilly
The Killing of Jack Kilmartin, by Diron Ahlquist
The Cunningham Brothers, by Ken Butler
The Dalton Cabin Story, by Dee Cordry

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