New York: Association Press, 1936. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo; pp. 224; Portrait frontispiece, photographs, red cloth, lgilt;. Very good. Item #13479
Signed by Abernathy on the title page. Herd 3 states "It is the story of an unusual man who made a business of capturing wolves with his bare hands. It contains several chapters on ranch life." Six Guns 3 says "It contains a chapter on the author's activities as a United States marshal in Oklahoma, and the arrest of Jim Miller and other outlaws, and tells of the hanging of Miller at Ada, Oklahoma." The author was also a friend of Theodore Roosevelt. Jack was the father of the "Abernathy Boys"