Captain Harry Wheeler was a Captain of the Arizona Rangers, Sheriff of Cochise County, Cavalry sergeant and World War I army captain. Intensely dedicated to duty and service, Harry Wheeler carved out a notable career as a Western lawman and soldier. His turbulent life was punctuated with fatal shootouts and personal tragedy. After Wheeler's beloved Ranger company was discontinued in 1909, this nemesis of lawbreakers repeatedly won election as sheriff, operating out of historic Tombstone and conduction the controversial Bisbee Deportation. Although in his forties when the United States entered World War I, the patriotic Wheeler eagerly traded his badge for an army commission. In this first biography of Harry Wheeler, the author provides never before published details about a remarkable Westerner from America's final frontier.
|Publisher:||Wild Horse Media Group LLC|
|Product dimensions:||7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.42(d)|