This book chronicles the lives of several outlaws in the Pacific Northwest. Most of these outlaws operated out of the mining camps that developed around gold rush areas. They always attracted the criminal element, looking to get their piece of the pie without having to work for it. Harry Orchard is one of the most infamous, having blown up mines for the miner's union and killing an ex-governor of Idaho, at the direction of the miner's union. This book about outlaws of Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington.
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