Houston, TX: Stagecoach Press, 1962.
Softcover. Near Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket. 30 pp, in original pictorial jacket. Tiny stain to upper right corner, else fine. Dust jacket has faint staining to fore edge. "Here are the two scarcest original accounts of the most famous gunfight in the history of the West: when Elfego Baca holed up in the flimsy shack in the New Mexico mountains in 1884 and withstood a siege by 80 cowboys. During the 36 hours of gunfire, he killed eight men and came out unhurt by an estimated 4,000 shots fired at him during the battle" (dust jacket).