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ROBBERS AND ROBBERIES (TRAIN)

The treasure of Colossal Cave

Author: 
R.Molthan
Article Date: 
April 1971
Article Abstract: 
The 1884 holdup of the Southern Pacific and subsequent events
Language: 
English

The great Willcox train robbery

Author: 
N. Merwin
Article Date: 
January 1966
Article Abstract: 
The January 1895 robbery on the Southern Pacific by Joe George and Grant Wheeler
Language: 
English

The great Willcox train robbery

Author: 
Nelle Merwin
Article Date: 
July 1972
Language: 
English

The great train robbery of Yavapai County

Author: 
P. Perry
Article Date: 
May 31, 1974
Language: 
English

The cowboy train robbers

Author: 
G.Richardson
Article Date: 
May-June 1967
Article Abstract: 
Story of Larry Shehan and Joe Johnson who turned robbers after having been falsely accused and arrested for an earlier robbery and were run to earth and dispatched by the Rurales in Mexico
Language: 
English

The Cochise train robbery

Author: 
G.Dunham
Article Date: 
Summer/Fall 1972
Language: 
English

The Canyon Diablo train robbery

Author: 
W. C. Barnes
Article Date: 
April 1930
Article Abstract: 
Barnes tells of his part in the early tracking of the robbers
Language: 
English

The beginning and end of Black Jack Christian and his train robbers

Author: 
J.Boessenecker
Article Date: 
September 1973
Language: 
English

Robbers scatter silver pesos

Author: 
R.G.Willson
Article Date: 
May 4, 1975
Article Abstract: 
Grant Wheeler and Joe George attempt a train robbery in 1895
Language: 
English

Jim Parker, bad man of northern Arizona

Author: 
T.E.Way
Article Date: 
April 1972
Language: 
English