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Cuffs used on Grat Dalton

Ralph Foster Museum at The College Of the Ozarks Hollister, Missouri June 2014

Jesse & Frank James. 1872. Progeny of William James, believed to have been born in 1754 in Pembrokeshire, Wales. Originally settling lands in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania later moving to Virginia - Quoted from "Jesse and Frank James: The Family History" by Philip W. Steele

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.

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The story (History) of Dracula. The only thing missing is a description of Bram Stoker, the first writer who researched European folklore and mythological stories of vampires to create a fictional story about them.

Outlaw Belle Starr died in 1889, in what would become Oklahoma later that year. Her epitaph reads "Shed not for her the bitter tear,  Nor give the heart to vain regret;  'Tis but the casket that lies here,  The gem that filled it sparkles yet."

Queen of the Wild West Myra Belle Shirley, better know as Belle Starr earned her title as Queen of the Wild West. After Belle died, her daughter Flossy moved to Wichita and opened the finest brothe…

Sam Bass, died of a gunshot wound on his 27th birthday. He and a gang robbed banks, trains and stage coaches. The gang was infiltrated by an informer. When they went to rob a bank, the Texas Rangers were waiting for him and the gang. He was severely wounded and died on his 27th birthday.

10 Gunslinging Outlaws of the American Wild West - Listverse

Isadora Duncan. Inventor of American modern dance. Shifted the focus of dance from the stifling emphasis on feet to the soulful, expressive, liberated solar plexus. Made dance more about freedom and emotions and introduced movement inspired by nature, athleticism, and folk dance, among other things. Muse to many artists across many genres.

14 of the Most Scandalous Women in History

Isadora Duncan, dancer, died when her long scarf caught on the wheel of a car, breaking her neck. [List of unusual deaths - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia]

Cole Younger | Cowboys, Native American, American History, Wild West, American Indians | thewildwest.org

Cole Younger (January 1844 – March - American Confederate guerrilla during the American Civil War and later a leader with the James-Younger gang

Butch Cassidy, I don't know who played which part, but, Robert Redford and Paul Newman ea. look like this man a lot...So, it doesn't matter....ee...

Did Butch Cassidy, the notorious Old West outlaw who most historians believe perished in a 1908 shootout in Bolivia, actually live to an old age in Washington state?

Dirty Dave Rudabaugh - The Only Man Billy the Kid Ever Feared

Dirty Dave Rudabaugh member of the Cowboy Faction aka the Cochise County Cowboys aka the Clanton Gang

Thomas O'Foliard.  Supposedly the Kid's best friend.  Was killed by Garrett in the winter of 1880.  Buried next to the Kid in Old Ft. Sumner, NM.

Tom "Big Foot" O'Folliard Best friend of Billy the Kid. Member of the Regulators, a gang of cattle rustlers. Shot & killed by members of Pat Garrett's Posse in the winter of Buried next to the Kid in Old Ft.

Lincoln County Regulators- Josiah Gordon "Doc" Scurlock (Died on July 25 1929)

Josiah Gordon "Doc" Scurlock (January 1849 – July was an American Old West figure, cowboy and gunfighter. A founding member of the Regulators during the Lincoln County War in New Mexico, Scurlock rode alongside such men as Billy the Kid.

The Cook Gang,  The Cook Gang with Cherokee Bill Goldsby in middle front. They terrorized Indian territory in 1894. Crawford "Cherokee Bill" Goldsby was said to be "one of the roughest, toughest, meanest outlaws of the Old West". while on the gallows, it was reported Goldsby was asked if he had anything to say and he replied, "I came here to die, not make a speech."

Crawford "Cherokee Bill" Goldsby was said to be "one of the roughest, toughest, meanest outlaws of the Old West".

Johnny Ringo:Part of the cowboy faction that the Earp gang took revenge on for killing Morgan Earp.

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

Belle Starr (1848-1889) Outlaw..... (born Myra Maybelle Shirley) associated with the James Gang & Quantrill's Raiders

Belle Starr - The Bandit Queen, born: Myra Belle Shirley Reed Starr on February 1848 died on February Shot from an ambush. She was a rustling, horse stealing, bootlegging whiskey.