5 edition of Outlaws in petticoats and other notorious women of Texas found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 161-166) and index.
|Other titles||Outlaws in petticoats.|
|Statement||Ann Ruff and Gail Drago.|
|Series||Women of the West series, Women of the West series (Plano, Tex.)|
|Contributions||Drago, Gail, 1947-|
|LC Classifications||CT262 .R82 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 172 p. :|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||94045381|
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3 Jesse James. Starting from , one of the famous outlaws in American history, Jesse James carried out a series of holdups and robberies. His criminal activities continued for about 16 years, but James was never arrested. Pete Spence (–), suspected of robbery in in Goliad County, Texas, changed his name from Elliot Larkin Ferguson. He was later a suspect in a stagecoach robbery outside Bisbee, Arizona and was known for his association with outlaw Cowboys Frank and Tom McLaury and Ike and Billy Clanton of Tombstone, Arizona Territory.
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Outlaws in Petticoats and Other Notorious Women of Texas (Women of the West)/5(2). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 22 cm. Contents: Harriet Moore Page Potter Ames --Sarah Bourjett Bowman --Lottie Deno --"Ma" Ferguson --Frenchy McCormick --Adah Isaacs Menken --Emily Morgan --Bonnie Parker --Sophia Suttonfield Aughinbaugh Coffee Butt Porter --Annie Stone Moore Rothschild --Sally Skull --Belle Starr.
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Billy the Kid’s exact date of birth and place is not known, and historians and biographers are still trying to solve the mystery.Belle Starr, American outlaw of Texas and the Oklahoma Indian Territory. Myra Belle Shirley grew up in Carthage, Missouri, from the age of two.
After the death of an elder brother, who early in the Civil War had become a bushwhacker and had perhaps ridden with guerrilla leader William C. The idea came from reading a book called The Lady Was A Gambler: True Stories of Notorious Women of the Old West by Chris Enss.
The book tells the tales of fifteen women who either gambled or were dealers at the saloons or gambling halls. Interesting reading of how women were used to distract men and help them lose their money.