1 edition of Outlaws, gunslingers, and thieves found in the catalog.
Outlaws, gunslingers, and thieves
Heather E. Schwartz
|Statement||by Heather E. Schwartz|
|Series||ShockZone TM -- Villains|
|LC Classifications||F596 .S345 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012019113|
10 Gunslinging Outlaws of the American Wild West. When the outlaws of the James-Younger gang needed to hide out, they often stayed at the Shirley family farm. It wasn’t long before Maybelle was introduced to a life of crime and earned the nickname “The Bandit Queen.” In , Belle married Jim Reed, a former Confederate Army guerrilla. Buy the New Barbarians: Outlaws, Gunslingers, and Guitars ebook. This acclaimed book by Rob Chapman is available at in several formats for your eReader.
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Burton Alvord () – An Arizona lawman who turned outlaw in the s when he began to drink too much.. Martin Amador – A New Mexico outlaw, Amador was hanged for murder in Deming, on Janu Fred Amos – An outlaw and highwayman in California in the late s, Amos was captured and sentenced to ten years prison for a holdup. One story ways that after the sentencing, he. Gunslingers synonyms, Gunslingers pronunciation, Gunslingers translation, English dictionary definition of Gunslingers. n. One who is armed with a gun, especially an outlaw. gun′sling′ing n. n slang a gunfighter or gunman, esp in the Old West ˈgunˌslinging n n.
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In the back of the book is an index and additional book and website resources to explore. SHOCKZONE - VILLAINS Assassins, Traitors, and Spies Gangsters, Bootleggers, and Bandits Lethal Leaders and Military Madmen Merciless Monarchs and Ruthless Royalty Outlaws, Gunslingers and Thieves Pirates, Scoundrels, and Scallywags This book courtesy of 5/5(1).
4Q 4P M J And thieves book "In this multivolume series about bad guys of all types, readers learn about some of the most notorious people in history. The Outlaws, Gunslingers and Thieves volume features information about men and women like Jesse James, Wyatt Earp, and Belle Star.
In Gangsters, Bootleggers and Bandits, readers learn about Al Capone, Bonnie and Outlaws, and John Gotti.5/5(1). Get this from a library. Outlaws, gunslingers, and thieves. [Heather E Schwartz] -- "Hang on to your wallet--and watch your neck. You're about to encounter some of the worst gunslingers to wreak havoc on the Old West.
The most notorious outlaws were known for their fearless drive. Get this from a library. Outlaws, gunslingers, and thieves. [Heather E Schwartz] -- The most notorious outlaws were known for their fearless drive, their quick shot with a pistol, their odd trademarks, and their way of escaping gunslingers law over and over again.
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I enjoyed this book quite a bit. I bought it years ago with the desire to learn more about Wild West outlaws. This fit the bill perfectly.
Each chapter tells a brief tale of a different outlaw, ranging from Wild West gunslingers to more modern gangsters/5. Outlaws, Gunslingers, and Thieves ShockZone - Villains by Heather E. Schwartz. ebook. The most notorious outlaws were known for their fearless drive, their quick shot with a pistol, their odd trademarks, and their way of escaping the law over and over again.
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A refuge for outlaws at the close of the s, the Arizona Territory was a wild, lawless land of greedy feuds, brutal killings and figures of enduring legend. These gunfighters included heroes as well as killers, and some were considered both. Bandit Pearl Hart committed one of the last Brand: History Press, The.
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Meet a band of frontier gunslingers — on both sides of the law. You'd have to ride the range for miles to find colorful characters like these. The lawmen include Wild Bill Hickok, Bat Masterson, Wyatt Earp, and "Doc" Holliday; the outlaws include the Apache Kid, Jesse James, Belle Star, and many others.
Outlaws & Gunslingers: 5 Part Documentary Series - DVD () for $ from Documentaries - Order by Phone /5(5). The Wild Bunch was a gang of horse thieves and bank robbers.
The gang included such famous gunfighters as Butch Cassidy, Harry "Sundance Kid", and Kid Curry. One time they stole $65, from a train, however, the bills were unsigned by the bank and worthless. Another time they took a picture of themselves after a bank robbery.
This is a list of Old West gunfighters, referring to outlaws or lawmen, of the American frontier who gained fame or notoriety during the American Wild West or Old West. Some listed were never gunfighters. The term gunslinger is a modern, 20th-century invention, often used in cinema or other media to refer to men in the American Old West who had gained a reputation as being dangerous with a gun.
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Outlaws & Gunslingers - DVD. Produced by award-winning production company Centre Communications, this series serves as a follow-up to their smash hit The Great Indian Wars - This is the story of the West as it has never been told before Myth and legend stripped away and the truth revealed by 17 of the nation's top Western authorities.
For educational use only 5 Part Documentary Series Part 1: Origins Of The Gunslinger Part 2: Jesse James And The Southern Guerillas Part 3: Billy The Kid And The Lone Outlaws Part 4: .Check out this great listen on Western outlaws terrorized the country during the late s and early s, robbing stagecoaches, banks, trains, and merchants.
While they were fearsome, some became folk heroes and legends. The killer of Jesse James was vilified as a coward rather t.