by Nathaniel P. Langford
foreword by Dave Walter
Riders in the night... impromptu "trials"... corpses dangling from cottonwood trees and makeshift scaffolds... When the outlaws called themselves "Innocents," and their leader masqueraded as sheriff...
Before formal law enforcement arrived on Montana's gold frontier, a few good men tried to restore order themselves. They succeeded for a time, but then went too far. Here is one insider's version of the story.
Langford's Vigilante's Days and Ways was first published in 1890. This edition features a vigilante oath and signatures from the Montana Historical Society.
350 pages, 6'' x 9'', 1 illustration, index
ISBN 10: 1560370386