Notorious Missouri 200 Years of Historic Crimes

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Notorious Missouri  200 Years of Historic Crimes

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Notorious Missouri

From the duel on Bloody Island to the "Missouri Miracle" kidnapping and recovery of Shawn Hornbeck, Missouri has seen its share of notorious crimes. It was home to the first western gunfight on the town square between Wild Bill Hickok and Dave Tutt. The three trials of the alleged murderer

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True Crime  Missouri

Includes Lee Shelton's murder of Billy Lyons, the kidnapping of millionaire Robert Greenlease's son, and many more.

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Ozarks Gunfights and Other Notorious Incidents

Download or read online Ozarks Gunfights and Other Notorious Incidents written by Larry Wood, published by Pelican Publishing which was released on 2010-09-23. Get Ozarks Gunfights and Other Notorious Incidents Books now! Available in PDF, ePub and Kindle.

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Myths and Mysteries of Missouri

Myths and Mysteries of Missouri reveals the dark and ominous cloud of mysteries and myths that hovers over the Show Me State. This book offers residents, travelers, history buffs, and ghost hunters a refreshingingly lively collection of stories about Missouri's unsolved murders, legendary villains, lingering ghosts, terrifying myths, and haunted

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Steamboat Disasters of the Lower Missouri River

During the nineteenth century, more than three hundred boats met their end in the steamboat graveyard that was the Lower Missouri River, from Omaha to its mouth. Although derided as little more than an "orderly pile of kindling," steamboats were, in fact, technological marvels superbly adapted to the river's conditions.

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True Crime  Michigan

Includes Jimmy Hoffa's disappearance, the Bath School Massacre, the Purple Gang of Detroit, and many more.

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Jesse James and the First Missouri Train Robbery

The train robbery by the James-Younger gang in 1874 at Gads Hill, Missouri, was a big news item of the day. Americannewspapers from as far away as New York and Boston carried the story, and journalists in St. Louis, Chicago, and even European cities wrote scathing editorials about the crime. In

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Cult of Glory

“Swanson has done a crucial public service by exposing the barbarous side of the Rangers.” —The New York Times Book Review A twenty-first century reckoning with the legendary Texas Rangers that does justice to their heroic moments while also documenting atrocities, brutality, oppression, and corruption The Texas Rangers came to

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The Lives and Times of Bonnie   Clyde

Relying on primary sources— oral history interviews, personal memoirs, newspaper articles, official records, diaries, and letters— E. R. Milner cuts through myth and legend to create this startling portrait of the real Bonnie and Clyde. In his prologue, Milner introduces Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, showing them as they drive

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The Unknown Travels and Dubious Pursuits of William Clark

In 1798—more than five years before he led the epic western journey that would make him and Meriwether Lewis national heroes—William Clark set off by flatboat from his Louisville, Kentucky home with a cargo of tobacco and furs to sell downriver in Spanish New Orleans. He also carried with

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Wappinger

Wappinger's name is derived from the Native American Wappani tribe that once lived along the eastern shore of the Hudson River. The era between 1870 and 1930 was the town's golden age, when Dutchess Bleach Works was at its height of operation and Sweet Orr and Factory sold denim overalls across the

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Researching Japanese War Crimes Records

Download or read online Researching Japanese War Crimes Records written by Edward J. Drea, published by Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Records Int which was released on 2006. Get Researching Japanese War Crimes Records Books now! Available in PDF, ePub and Kindle.

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The Last Children of Mill Creek

A moving memoir of a lost African American community in St. Louis

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Oklahoma Scoundrels

Early Oklahoma was a haven for violent outlaws and a death trap for deputy U.S. marshals. The infamous Doolin gang’s OK Hotel gunfight left five dead. Killers like Bible-quoting choir leader Deacon Jim Miller wreaked havoc. Gunslinger femme fatale Belle Starr specialized in horse theft. Wannabe outlaws like

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