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Captain Burton C. Mossman

First Captain of the Arizona Rangers

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Captain Thomas Harbo Rynning

Second Captain of the Arizona Rangers

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Captain Harry Cornwall Wheeler

Third Captain of the Arizona Rangers

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Author and historian M. David DeSoucy is a retired deputy sheriff, a member of the National Outlaw Lawmen Association, and has written several articles on the history of Old West law enforcement. He has compiled this fascinating look at the Arizona Rangers from numerous sources, including the archives of theArizona Rangers Museum in Nogales, the Arizona State Library and Archives, the Arizona Historical Society, and the Arizona Historical Foundation, as well as the personal collections and oral histories of rangers and their families

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The Arizona Rangers

John William O'Neal, known as Bill O'Neal (born April 8, 1942), is an American author who has written some forty books and more than three hundred articles and book reviews on the American West, including gunfighters, lawmen, and ghost towns; Country music, with emphasis on Texas artists; baseball, such as his study of the Texas League, and children's books, including one on the first Thanksgiving held in Texas. In 2003 O'Neal retired as a history professor at Panola College, a community college in Carthage, in East Texas.

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The Arizona Rangers

Taken from newspaper accounts, in the Arizona state archives, they were expert horsemen mostly cowboys by profession, trackers with knowledge of the country, quick on the draw this was there way of life. Edited by Joseph Miller.


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