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By Robert M. Utley

Here is the main distinct and so much engagingly narrated historical past up to now of the mythical two-year facedown and shootout in Lincoln. previously, New Mexico's past due nineteenth-century Lincoln County warfare has served basically because the backdrop for a succession of legendary renderings of Billy the child in American pop culture.

"In study, writing, and interpretation, High midday in Lincoln is a wonderful booklet. it really is the best books (maybe the easiest) ever written on a violent episode within the West."―Richard Maxwell Brown writer of Strain of Violence: ancient reviews of yank Violence and Vigilantism

"A masterful account of the particular proof of the gory Lincoln County struggle and the function of Billy the child. . . . Utley separates the reality from legend with out detracting from the gripping suspense and human curiosity of the story."―Alvin M. Josephy, Jr.

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15 Economic might laid the foundation for political might. As probate judge, Murphy held the most powerful position on the county level. He also controlled the Democratic Party in a staunchly Democratic county. 17 When John Henry Tunstall arrived in Lincoln, Major Murphy commanded the fear and respect of everyone. In black suit and cravat and white shirt, he cut a conspicuous figure in town and at Fort Stanton. Always fastidiously groomed, with his carefully trimmed red beard and receding hairline framing a face marked by squinting eyes and pallid complexion, he played the part of benevolent despot, even though benevolence marked neither his purpose nor his methods.

Innocent people were shot down for no other reason than their Hispanic blood. Even Anglos with Hispanic wives found themselves targeted. Finally, the war petered out simply because the Horrells decided to go back to Texas. "41 The Tularosa Ditch War and the Horrell War created a climate of ethnic suspicion and tension that time failed to dispel. The ready resort to violence and the polarization of Texans and Hispanics forecast the dark times to come in 1878. Not only Anglos and Hispanics contributed to Lincoln County's heritage of violence.

31 Though not a Texan, Beckwith shared the instinct of his Texan neighbors for settling disputes personally and violently. He had come out of the Deep South before the Civil War, and during the war years he had rabidly promoted the Southern cause. He believed in direct action. So did his sons, John and Robert, who were both in their twenties. So did his son-in-law, William H. Johnson, whose service in the Union army made relations with volatile old Hugh always uncertain. And so did the Olinger brothers.

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