Frederick W. Turner
"In The Kid and Me, Frederick Turner deftly re-creates the Lincoln County War in what was then New Mexico Territory. The 1878 war pitted an established faction led by James Dolan against new arrivals in the county led by John Tunstall and Alexander McSween. When Tunstall and McSween opened a dry-goods store in 1876 in a direct challenge to Dolan's monopoly on the dry-goods business, trouble was inevitable. Both the Dolan and the Tunstall-McSween factions...