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Jesse James and his band of notorious outlaws

by Welche Gordon

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Published by Laird & Lee in Chicago .
Written in English

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  • Fiction

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    Statementby Welche Gordon
    SeriesThe Pinkerton detective series
    The Physical Object
    Pagination203 p.
    Number of Pages203
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24831821M
    OCLC/WorldCa13241766

    Mark Lee Gardner, author of the critically acclaimed To Hell on a Fast Horse, takes us inside Northfield's First National Bank and outside to the streets as Jesse James and his band of outlaws square off against the heroic citizens who risked their lives to defeat America's most daring criminals.   PUBLISHERS WEEKLY In a lucid reexamination of one of the nation's most notorious outlaws, independent historian Stiles argues that Jesse James ( ), like his fellow "bushwhackers," had a political agenda and that this made him more terrorist than bandit, and more significant than we credit/5(7).

      A rare letter from one of America’s most notorious outlaws shows there is honor among thieves. The letter, written by Jesse W. James on June 5, . Jesse James Was His Name; or, Fact and Fiction concerning the Careers of the Notorious James Brothers of Missouri book. Read 2 reviews from the world's l Jesse James Was His Name; or, Fact and Fiction concerning the Careers of the Notorious James Brothers of Missouri book. Bandits, Robbers, Outlaws and Desperados. 94 books — 26 voters /5.

    Jesse and Frank James escaped while the rest either lay dead or in custody. This book involves the two aging outlaws who decided to cash in on their notoriety by touring the country in their wild west show. It was Dickison and his small band of horsemen who almost single-handedly kept Florida's interior from falling under Union control.   Nonfiction. Jesse James: The Best Writings on the Notorious Outlaw and His Gang Edited by Harold Dellinger From his early days as a Civil War guerilla to his untimely death at the hands of that "dirty little coward" Robert Ford, few figures in American folklore have captured the imagination quite like Jesse James.


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William A. Settle. Jesse Woodson James (September 5, – April 3, ) was an American outlaw, bank and train robber, guerrilla, and leader of the James–Younger in the "Little Dixie" area of western Missouri, James and his family maintained strong Southern and his brother Frank James joined pro-Confederate guerrillas known as "bushwhackers" operating in Missouri and Kansas Born: September 5,Near Kearney, Missouri, U.S.

In the long history of American outlaws, one name that always rings out is that of Jesse James. Immortalized in film and literature, James was already legendary by the time that his life was cut short by the end of a gun.

Like some of his contemporaries, James’s Wild West image has been glorified into a kind of Robin Hood myth. Reared on a Missouri farm, Jesse and Frank shared their family’s sympathy with the Southern cause when the American Civil War broke out in Frank joined William C.

Quantrill ’s Confederate guerrillas, becoming friends with Cole Younger, a fellow member. Life and adventures of Frank and Jesse James: the noted western out-laws / (St. Louis, Mo. Train and bank robbers of the West.

A romantic but faithful story of bloodshed and plunder, perpertrated by Missouri's daring outlaws. A thrilling story of the adventures of Frank and Jesse James.

"Jesse James: Robin Hood" / Arthur Winfield Knight, 63 --Outlaws of the Border: A Complete and Authentic History of the Lives of Frank and Jesse James, the Younger Brothers, and Their Robber Companions, Including Quantrell and His Noted Guerillas, the Greatest Bandits the World Has Ever Known / Jay Donald, 65 --Life, Times and.

Alongside Jesse James, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid were two of the most notorious outlaws of the west. The duo had a full-fledged gang known as the Wild Bunch conducting robberies in the Southwest, and they became legendary for their shootouts and their escapes from the law.

Eventually, Butch Cassidy and his most famous acquaintance fled Brand: CreateSpace Publishing. Jesse James is perhaps one of the most famous criminals in American history. With the assistance of his notorious gang of outlaws, James sealed his position in the legends of western folklore.

In Shot All to Hell, author Mark Lee Gardner details the gang's final showdown, as they attempted to rob the First National Bank of Northfield, Minnesota.4/5. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

As his brother’s company lodged in Clay County, Missouri, Jesse took the opportunity to enlist in Taylor’s company. InJesse and Frank joined Bloody Bill Anderson, the leader of a group of bushwhackers.

They had a reputation of cruel and brutal treatment of Union soldiers.Frank and Jesse James were born in Clay County, Missouri. Frank the oldest was born in Jesse the youngest was born in At this time William Quantrill was forming his band of guerrilla raiders.

By the end of the Civil War both brothers had become notorious outlaws. Jesse is most remembered for his actions. Frank took part in.Nonfiction. Jesse James: The Best Writings on the Notorious Outlaw and His Gang Edited by Harold Dellinger From his early days as a Civil War guerilla to his untimely death at the hands of that "dirty little coward" Robert Ford, few figures in American folklore have captured the imagination quite like Jesse James.