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1881-1886 Jessy James & Younger  Missouri

Special Events Photo Album and Legend of Jesse James Gang Iron Mountain Railway

OLD-WEST-OUTLAW-JESSE-JAMES-MURDERED-BY-ROBERT-FORD-REPRINT-POSTER-11-x14-785

(785) OLD WEST OUTLAW JESSE JAMES MURDERED BY ROBERT FORD REPRINT POSTER 11"x14"

Suitable for framing or hang it just the way it is.

Eliot Ness (April 19, 1903 – May 16, 1957) was an American Prohibition agent, famous for his efforts to enforce Prohibition in Chicago, Illinois, and the leader of a legendary team of law enforcement agents nicknamed The Untouchables.

In the a librarian's research uncovered Eliot Ness' ashes nestled among other family items in the garage of one of his relatives. Grave Sightings: Eliot Ness, Head of "The Untouchables"

❦ Jesse James Gang firearms & misc. items

Famous Outlaw Jesse James' and associates guns and equipment, 1921

Alexander Doniphan "Donnie" Pence (1847-1896) joined up with the James-Younger Gang and was involved in their first robbery of the Clay County Savings Bank in Liberty, Missouri on February 13, 1866. He fled to Kentucky.  Donnie married Sarah Isabel Samuels on November 10, 1870 and lived at the Samuels Depot in Nelson County, Kentucky. By this time, Donnie had gone "straight,” and in 1871 became a respected sheriff, a position he held for more than two decades.

Alexander Doniphan "Donnie" Pence with the James-Younger Gang, was involved in their first robbery of the Clay County Savings Bank in Liberty, Missouri on February He fled to Kentucky.

Kit Dalton (Outlaw) rode with Jesse James and the Cole Younger Brothers  1843-1920

kit dalton outlaw rode with jesse james and the cole younger brothers - possibly rode with quantrill

Clell Miller. Dec. 15, 1849-Sep. 7, 1876. Born Clelland Miller in Kearney, Missouri, he was a teenager when he joined Quantrill's Raiders and was a member of Bloody Bill Anderson's guerillas for a short period during the Civil War. he joined up with the Jesse James-Cole Younger gang around 1870. Together with this pack of outlaws, he terrorized the states of Ohio, Missouri and Minnesota.

Clell Miller. Dec. 15, 1849-Sep. 7, 1876. Born Clelland Miller in Kearney, Missouri, he was a teenager when he joined Quantrill's Raiders and was a member of Bloody Bill Anderson's guerillas for a short period during the Civil War. he joined up with the Jesse James-Cole Younger gang around 1870. Together with this pack of outlaws, he terrorized the states of Ohio, Missouri and Minnesota.

On January 15,1874, the James-Younger gang robbed their first stagecoach in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Present at this robbery was Jesse, Frank, Cole Younger, John Younger, and Bob Younger. No one was hurt and the gang robbed around $3,000 plus valuables. Here is a picture of the stagecoach and men they robbed.

Hot Springs,Arkansas : Jesse James and the Younger Brothers were fond of robbing…

Chief Naiche (son of Cochise) and co-leader of the Chiricahua Indians with Geronimo. (Close-up of the group photo of 1886 by C. S. Fly, Tombstone, Arizona).

Chief Naiche (son of Cochise) and co-leader of the Chiricahua Indians with Geronimo. (Close-up of the group photo of 1886 by C.

Jim Younger - Outlaw

James Hardin "Jim" Younger (January 1848 - October was a notable American outlaw and member of the James-Younger gang. He was the brother of Cole, John and Bob Younger

Bob Younger, a member of the James-Younger gang (1903). The James-Younger Gang was associated to some degree with the Quantrill's Raiders.

Robert Ewing "Bob" Younger (October 1853 – September was an American criminal and outlaw, the younger brother of Cole, Jim and John Younger. He was a member of the James–Younger Gang.

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