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Found image. This photograph was taken in The Fancy Dress Studio at 37 Oxford Street, London. The other two cards were taken at the same place but are not marked as such.
The Outlaw Cowboys of New Mexico - True West Magazine
The outlaw cowboys in this photo are not identified, but some historians believe the man standing is outlaw chief John Kinney, who led a gang of horse thieves and cattle rustlers during the 1870s-80s, all while running his own ranch just west of the Rio Grande.
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Boothill Cemetery Tombstone Arizona USA Stock Photos - Royalty Free Photography Images and Photos at Visualphotos.com. Download stock images, royalty free photography
10 Gunslinging Outlaws of the American Wild West - Listverse
The American Wild West includes the history, folklore, people, and events of the mid-1800s to the beginning of the 20th century (though some people date it up to the 1920s). During this time of expansion from coast to coast, many people rose to fame through their exciting (and often illegal) lives. We still remember these
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Texas Rangers make some of the best witnesses for prosecutors, but, to the frustration of historians, their dislike of paperwork is legendary. In 1875, Capt. Leander McNelly sent the following report from Matamoros, Mexico, after pursuing raiding bandits into Mexico.
embalming table, remnants of Jesse James' original coffin, framed picture Jesse was straightening when he was killed. jessejamesmuseum.org/pages/James_Farm/