The lynching of Ellen Watson and Jim Averell by six prominent and politically powerful Wyoming cattlemen rocked the nation in July 1889. Newspapers immediately proclaimed that Ellen Watson (mistakenly called Cattle Kate) and Jim Averell were rustlers, that Watson was a prostitute, and Averell was a pimp.
After over twenty years of research, George Hufsmith has challenged those assumptions with documented historic accounts and newly-unearthed evidence.
- Written by: George W. Hufsmith
- Paperback book
- 368 pages
- Copyright 1993
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