Life and Confessions of James Gilbert Jenkins: The Murderer of Eighteen Men

By: Jenkins, James Gilbert

Price: $300.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Near Fine


One very tiny chip to spine, slight foxing to rear wrapper, dampstain to top corner of frontis, else fine in custom-made clamshell box. Adams Six-Guns 2440. Cowan p. 312, Graff 4736, Howes W635 "An exceedingly rare little book on one of the early outlaws of California" -- Adams. "The dispensation of justice in that day was not impeded by iniquitous technicality, nor disturbed by the false sentiment. This abandoned wretch was arrested Jan. 19, 1864, and hanged on March 18 of the same year" -- Cowan. Jenkins murdered 8 white men and 10 Indians, committed highway robberies, stole horses, etc. in numerous states across the nation.

Title: Life and Confessions of James Gilbert Jenkins: The Murderer of Eighteen Men

Author Name: Jenkins, James Gilbert

Categories: Outlaws,

Publisher: Napa City, CA, C.H. Allen and R.E. Wood: 1864

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Size: 8vo

Seller ID: 5693