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Title Illustrated lives and adventures of Frank and Jesse James and the Younger brothers, the noted western outlaws
Author Dacus, Joseph A.
Date 1882
Document Type Rare Book
Names James, Jesse; James, Frank; Younger, Thomas Coleman; Younger, James; Younger, John; Younger, Robert; Quantrill, William
Region California; Missouri; Kansas; Kentucky; Minnesota; Nevada; Iowa; Texas; Virginia; Mexico
Places Lawrence, Plattsburg, Centralia, Muncie, Madelia, Northfield, Otterville, Huntington, Gallatin, Big Springs, Ste Genevieve, Gadshill, Liberty, Russellville, Chaplin, Columbia, Glendale, St Joseph, Corydon, Winstonville, Kearney
Keywords guerrilla, Civil War, outlaw, law and order, Pinkerton Detective Agency, Union Pacific Railroad, bank robbery, train robbery, gunfight, murder, violence, stagecoach, banks, sheriff, Wells Fargo and Company, newspaper
Theme Outlaws, Vigilantes and the Law; Railroads, Transportation and Urban History
Publisher N. D. Thompson & Company
Place of Publication New York and St. Louis
Additional Information From the Colton Storm catalogue: "Extra – illustrated with a card, signed in pencil, by Frank James, nine original photographs of members of the gangs, etc., five engraved portraits, and three newspaper articles."
Library The Newberry Library
Copyright The Newberry Library
Collection Everett D. Graff Collection of Western Americana
Reference Graff 967
Catalogue Link The Newberry Library Catalogue