Bosque Bonito: Violent Times along the Borderlands during the Mexican Revolution (Paperback)Robert Keil (author)
Paperback Published: 30/03/2005
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Bosque Bonito is a first-hand account written by Robert "Bob" Keil, a U.S. cavalryman stationed in the Big Bend during the violent years of the Mexican Revolution. From 1913 to 1918, Keil lived in the borderlands along the Rio Grande in the wild and primitive Big Bend country of West Texas. After 1918, Keil remained in the Big Bend to work as a Civil Service packer on the pack trains. Keil's writing offers a different perspective of the Brite Ranch raid, the Porvenir massacre, and the Nevill raid as well as the pursuit of bandits into Mexico.
Publisher: Sul Ross State University, Center for Big Bend Studies
Weight: 449 g
Dimensions: 227 x 195 x 9 mm
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