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OUTLAWS AND OUTLAWRY

The West's bad men, heroes or gangsters?

Author: 
L. George
Article Date: 
November 1931
Language: 
English
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The real "old wild days" more deadly than fiction

Author: 
R. G. Willson
Article Date: 
July 30 1961
Article Abstract: 
Retelling of the Hunt, Grounds killings
Language: 
English
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The outlaw of Palomas

Author: 
R. G. Willson
Article Date: 
March 1, 1959
Article Abstract: 
Maricopa County outlaw, name unknown, who committed a killing in 1927
Language: 
English
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The outlaw and the lady

Article Date: 
December 1952
Language: 
English
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The mysterious gunman

Author: 
Maurice Kildare
Article Date: 
August 1972
Language: 
English
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The meteoric rise - and bloody fall - of BlackJack Ketchum

Author: 
Carl W. Breihan
Article Date: 
October 1972
Language: 
English
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The bandido murders

Author: 
R. G. Willson
Article Date: 
September 28, 1978
Article Abstract: 
Along with Indians, Mexican bandits were a hazard in early Arizona
Language: 
English
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Retire peaceably to your home: Arizona faces martial law, 1882

Author: 
H.P.Walker
Article Date: 
Spring 1969
Language: 
English
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Red Brannen just thought he was a badman

Author: 
R.G.Willson
Article Date: 
May-June 1964
Language: 
English
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On the trail of the bad men

Author: 
Train, Arthur Cheney
Article Abstract: 
A humorous account of a search for desperados in Tombstone in the 1920's
Language: 
English
Notes: 
In Train, Arthur Cheney. On the trail of the bad men. p. 5-38 A humorous account of a search for desperados in Tombstone in the 1920's
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