New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1925. First Yale Edition. Small 8vo. (xvi) 259pp. Index. 8 photo-illustrated plates. Introduction by M. M. Quaife. Original blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine in publisher's illustrated dustjacket. A fine copy in very good dustjacket (some darkening, more so to spine; rubbing along dustjacket flaps and spine joints; wear to extremities). Item #20448
"This is one of the finest personal memoirs of Texas Ranger service... Jeff Dykes said: "I heard Capt. Gillett tell this story and it reads like he talked - you simply live those six years with him." - BTB 76 "I regard Gillett as the strongest and straightest of all ranger narrators. He combined in his nature wild restlessness and loyal gentleness. He wrote in sunlight." - Dobie p. 59-60. (Graff 1553; Six-Guns 829; Howes G177; One-Fifty 62; Rader 1591).