3 edition of Soapy Smith, king of the frontier con men found in the catalog.
Soapy Smith, king of the frontier con men
Robertson, Frank C.
|Statement||by Frank C. Robertson and Beth Kay Harris.|
|Contributions||Harris, Beth Kay, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||F931 .S625|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||244|
|LC Control Number||61014212|
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And it didn't take long for his reputation as a gang leader to earn him the title of “King of The Frontier Con Men.” Smith continued to build up his crime boss reputation and perfected many of his scams and swindles over the span of twenty two years.
Early on, he even got away with fooling his unsuspecting victims with the age-old shell game. The hobby has since expanded to over twenty figures, lots of smalls (props), and several book shelves king of the frontier con men book themed dioramas, including the inside saloon of Jeff Smith's Parlor, outside Denver scene, and Soapy's office.
My favorite Soapy figure is my first creation, based on his time in Skagway, Alaskan,seen being created on this page. Soon, he became a well-known crime boss, the "king of the frontier con men". Smith spent the next 22 years as a professional bunko man and boss of an infamous gang of loyal swindlers, known as the Soap Gang, which included famous men.
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Jefferson Randolph Soapy Smith II (November 2, – July 8, ) was an American con artist and gangster in the American frontier. So-called “King of the Frontier Con Men” Jefferson Randolph “Soapy” Smith, a gangster and crime boss, became rich—but he was shot and killed at the age of During the 15 years the James Gang was active, they stole an estimated $, yet Jesse James’s assassination left his family destitute.
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As the Klondike gold rush peaked in springadventurers and gamblers rubbed shoulders with town-builders and gold-panners in Skagway, Alaska. The flow of riches lured confidence men, too--among them Jefferson Randolph "Soapy" Smith (), who with an entourage of "bunco-men" conned and robbed the stampeders.
Bibliography of the writings of Frank Chester Robertson Soapy Smith, king of the frontier con men by Frank C Robertson (Book) 2 editions published Field, Frank Chester, Hill, King, Frank Chester Robertson American novelist. For those of you who may be interested in learning more about both SOAPY SMITH and WILSON MIZNER, I would suggest two books that will fill the bill, The first is titled "Soapy Smith-King of the Frontier Con Men.
Written by Frank C Robertson and Beth Kay Harris and published in by Hastings House. of such colorful inhabitants as Soapy Smith “King of the Frontier Con Men”; especially on Broadway, with its false-front buildings, and in the Trail of ‘98 Museum, with its outstanding collection of gold fever memorabilia.
KETCHIKAN An outstanding collection of totem poles make a visit to Ketchikan. JEFF SMITH. Great-grandson of Jefferson Randolph Smith II (more commonly known as “Soapy” Smith) King of the frontier con men and Alaska’s outlaw; President of the Soapy Smith Preservation Trust; Soon to be author of Alias “Soapy” Smith, The Life and Death of a Scoundrel LEIGH GREENWOOD.
Has written more than 35 romances. The Fortnighters Women's Service Organization, in collaboration with the Provo Elks Club, has established a Western history book fund at the Provo City Library in honor of the late Beth Kay Harris of Provo. Harris, who with her husband Leonard was a long-time benefactor of the library, was author of such works as ``Boomtowns of the Great Basin,'' ``Soapy Smith, King of the Frontier Con Men.
Jefferson Randolph "Soapy" Smith II (November 2, – July 8, ) was an American con artist and gangster in the American frontier. Smith operated confidence schemes across the Western United States, and had a large hand in organized criminal operations in both Colorado and the District of gained notoriety through his "prize soap racket," in which he'd.
Since then Jefferson Randolph Smith had risen in life: he was known throughout the west as "Soapy” Smith, the acknowledged master of the surc-thing game, the king of the confidence men, the emperor ol the Denver underworld, and the ex-ruler of Creede, Colo.—a man with the reputation ot buying and selling police chiefs as if they were so.
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US$ Add to basket. Prologue and Gospel. Editorial Reviews. Frontier Gambling - By G. Williamson The cover of this book states it covers the Games, The Gamblers and the Great Gambling Halls of the Old West.
It does exactly that in a vividly descriptive narrative that will help you feel the passion of the gamblers of those Old West Stories we all : Friends of Soapy Smith Website for the friends of badman Jefferson Randolph “Soapy” Smith, the King of the Frontier Con Men.
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