Outlaws Intrigue Me
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In Australia we had bushrangers but in America they had outlaws. Why do I find them intriguing? No idea, but if you're curious have look over some of these sources.
Rare Photo of Jesse James and his brother Frank James 1863

Jesse James and his brother Frank James fought as Confederate guerrilla soldiers in the Civil War. After the war, they joined up with other outlaws, robbing banks, trains and stagecoaches across the country.

Doc Holliday Last Picture in 1887

Doc Holiday Last Picture in Met up with Wyatt Earp in Texas saved Wyatt Earp's life.Doc Holiday was a dentist his primary role of poker player the friend of Wyatt Earp participant at the shoot out at the ok coral and the Earps revenge killings

Jesse James after being killed on April 3, 1882

This picture shows the Outlaw Jesse James, after being killed by Robert Ford. Robert Ford gunned down Jesse James on this day, April

Johnny Ringo (aka John Peters) (May 3, 1850 – July 13, 1882) was an outlaw Cowboy of the American Old West who was affiliated with Ike Clanton and Frank Stilwell in Cochise County, Arizona Territory during 1881-1882.

He's no hero BUT is a part of American West history. Johnny Ringo (aka John Peters) (May 1850 – July was an outlaw Cowboy of the American Old West who was affiliated with Ike Clanton and Frank Stilwell in Cochise County, Arizona Territory during

Laura Bullion–1876–1961–Female Outlaw

Laura Bullion (October 1876 – December was a female outlaw of the Old West. Most sources indicate that Bullion was born of German and Native American heritage in Knickerbocker, near Mertzo.

23 Rare Photos That Will Tell You Some Of The Most Fascinating Facts In History. Billy the Kid.

Billy the Kid’s face restored, “There is only one known photograph of Billy the Kid – a tintype from about 1880 but it is badly damaged and that makes it difficult to see his face clearly. I have digitally removed the damage from the photograph an

"Funeral Notice for Wild Bill Hickock, August 5, 1876."

Funeral Notice for James Butler Wild Bill Hickock, August Boothill City of Deadwood, South Dakato

This is a rare death photograph of the outlaw Jesse James. It was taken shortly after he was gunned down by Bob Ford in his own home on April 3, 1882.

Death photograph of the outlaw Jesse James. It was taken shortly after he was gunned down by Bob Ford in his own home on April Not a memento mori exactly. But a post-mortem photograph.

Wanted poster for Bonnie and Clyde

Set of 5 Gangster Wanted Posters, Bonnie & Clyde, Al Capone, Baby Face Nelson, John Dillinger, Machine Gun Kelly, prohibition

Set of 5 Gangster Wanted Posters, Bonnie & Clyde, Al Capone, Baby Face Nelson…

Cherokee outlaw, Ned Christie propped up on a slab for this photograph in Fort Smith, Arkansas after finally being captured dead or alive by one of Judge Parker's posses. *s

FAR WEST ¥ Cherokee outlaw, Ned Christie propped up on a slab for this photograph in Fort Smith, Arkansas after finally being captured dead or alive by one of Judge Parker's posses.

Not as well known as Wild Bill Hickok or Wyatt Earp, "Dallas Stoudenmire" was a feared lawman in his day, and is known for participating in more gunfights than most of his contemporaries. After being wounded several times while fighting in the Civil War, Stoudenmire moved to the lawless city of El Paso, Texas to serve as sheriff. - #OldWest #WildWest

Top 10 Deadliest Gunslingers

Dallas Stoudenmire (December 1845 – September famous gunfighter of "four dead in five seconds" fame. one time marshal of El Paso Texas and Socorro, NM

Jesse James

Jesse James with his back turned from two of those who were in his gang was murdered by them.

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