5 edition of Lottie Deno found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||HV6721.W38 R67 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||113 p. :|
|Number of Pages||113|
|LC Control Number||93005335|
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I first read about Lottie Deno in the pages of a Texas history book, Ida Lasater Huckabay’s Ninety-Four Years in Jack County, (privately published by the author in ).Lottie Deno, Huckabay explained, was one of the most successful gamblers at Fort Griffin during the . Buy The Story of Lottie Deno: Her Life and Times; The Story of the Mysterious Aristocrat Who Became a Lady Gambler and Female Dared by J Marvin Hunter online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now.
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The Story of Lottie Deno: Her Life and Times, by J. Marvin Hunter This book was the last biographical work of J. Marvin Hunter, an amateur historian who wrote and published magazines, pamphlets and books about the history of Texas. He had met Lottie Deno when she lived in New Mexico in under the name Charlotte Thurmond.4/5.
This book was the last biographical work of J. Marvin Hunter, an amateur historian who wrote and published magazines, pamphlets and books about the history Lottie Deno book Texas. He had met Lottie Deno when she lived in New Mexico in under the name Charlotte Thurmond.4/5(2).
Lottie Deno book This book was the last biographical work of J. Marvin Hunter, an amateur historian who wrote and published magazines, pamphlets and books about the history of Texas. He had met Lottie Deno when she lived in New Mexico in under the name Charlotte Thurmond.4/4(2).
Lottie was known by many names, including Carlotta J. Thompkins (the name she was christened with), Laura Denbo, Faro Nell, and Charlotte Thurmond. She was dubbed Lottie Deno the night she won every hand of poker from every opponent foolish enough to think he could win.
After the very last hand of the very last game had been played and won by. Lottie Deno. The infamous Lottie Deno was a colorful character about whom many books have been written.
She grew up in a well to do family in Kansas. Her father, who lacked a son, often took Lottie with him on business trips and taught her the fine art of gambling. I recently bought Bob Boze Bell’s The Illustrated Life & Times of Doc Holliday and read about Lottie Deno. What do we know about her.
John Crawley. Salem, Oregon. Lottie was born Charlotte Thompkins in Warsaw, Kentucky, in She was a beautiful, buxom young woman with dark eyes and flaming red hair. Dan Quin, a cowhand turned writer, wrote a series of books about his adventures through the Old West and one story featured a gambler fitting the description of Lottie Deno.
In the book, Quin, who used the pen name Alfred Henry Lewis, renamed Lottie “Faro Nell.”. One of the most mysterious of the petticoat dealers that roamed the Old West was the voluptuous Lottie Deno. She was a dazzling beauty, wore the finest clothes, and conducted herself as a refined Lottie Deno - Mysterious Hell Cat of the West - Read book online.
Numerous books and articles have created a romanticized, fictional portrayal of Lottie Deno that built upon the myth Edgar Rye created. Marvin Hunter, owner and editor of Frontier Times magazine, claimed to have found Deno living under the name of Charlotte Thurmond in Deming, New Mexico, in Small variations of stories exist within the.
His book was titled Lottie Deno: Her Life and Times. I purchased the book and set out to read his writings and to research the gaps he had not been able to research due his un -timely death in My research began that very month and continued all the way through to with the publication of my book Lottie Deno Gambling Queen of Hearts.
Lottie Deno was born Carlotta J. Thompson in to a devout Episcopalian family who owned a farm in Warsaw, Kentucky. Her father, an inveterate gambler who frequented the gaming tables of New Orleans when he was there on business, believed his daughter should have some skills in this world and, having no sons, taught her the games of chance.
Lottie Deno by Cynthia Rose,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Notorious Gamblers of the Old West Texas historian, G. Williamson, tells the "unvarnished truth" about one of the integral facets of the American West – gambling.
Rich in detail and jargon, yet. Lottie, under her married name Charlotte Thurmond, became a well-respected member of the community. Although she quit dealing, according to legend, in the original structure of St. Luke’s frontier church was financed by $40, of winnings from a poker game with Doc Holliday in attendance and hosted by Lottie Deno.
And, for a fact. Pistols, Petticoats & Poker: The Real Lottie Deno. by Jan Devereaux, High-Lonesome Books, Silver City, N.M.,$ It is human nature to romanticize bygone times, to regard our forebears’ hardscrabble lives through the clouded pane of Old West myth.
OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages illustrations 24 cm: Contents: The first wanderings --Fort Griffin --The cool courage of Lottie --John Jacob, sheriff at Fort Griffin --Jacobs tells the Griffin story --Lottie Deno in fiction --Sheriff John M. Laren and his deputy, John Sellman --Doc Holliday --Early Texas sodom --Fort Griffin, wickedest town on the frontier --Where the author.
YA-Rose paints an intriguing picture of the little-known Western heroine, Lottie Deno. She chronicles her subject's transformation from a pampered Southern girl, to a tough but elegant gambling queen, and ultimately to the beloved and gracious matron, Mrs.
Frank Thurmond of Deming, New Mexico. The sensational exploits of "Lottie Deno" have been well documented in The Story Of Lottie Deno: Her Life And Times by J. Marvin Hunter, and Lottie Deno: Gambling Queen of Hearts by Cynthia Rose. Jan Devereaux looks behind the legend to piece together the facts.
Her 3/5(3). Author of The trail drivers of Texas, Pioneer history of Bandera County, Horrors of Indian captivity, The Story Of Lottie Deno, The Trail Drivers of Texas Part One, The Trail Drivers of Texas Part Two, Peregrinations of a pioneer printer, The album of gunfighters.
Lottie Deno: Gambling Queen of Hearts, Hardcover by Rose, Cynthia, ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US Offers a look at the Southern girl-turned-gambler who, with her husband, became friends with such legends as Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday.
Lottie smiled to herself as she sorted her chips. Holliday sauntered out of the saloon and into the bright morning light. Historians maintain that it was only natural that Lottie Deno would have grown up to be an expert poker player—her father was a part-time gambler who had taught his daughter everything he knew about cards.Content on this website contains links to affiliate programs and advertisements for monetization, which can result in commissions or advertising fees being earned for purchases made by visitors that click through any of the advertisements and/or links included on this website.Lottie, under her married name Charlotte Thurmond, became a well respected member of the community.
Although she quit dealing, according to legend, in the original structure of St. Luke's frontier church was financed by $40, of winnings from a poker game with Doc Holliday in attendance and hosted by Lottie Deno.
And, for a fact, Lottie.