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Retired Railroader Tells of Early Days
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TitleRetired Railroader Tells of Early Days
AbstractPhoto and biographical article about Turner Miller (1868-1968), "a 'dead ringer' for Billy the Kid" living in retirement "at 3308 West 71st Terrace, Prairie Village, Kansas." Description of his life and career as a native of Cherokee County, Kansas, moving to Kansas City about 1938 after working as "a railroader for 49 years." Reminiscences about his encounters in the Great Plains with the Dalton Gang, "one of the Starr Boys," and "making the run into the Cherokee Strip," etc.
AuthorMary Eakins
SourceWestport Historical Quarterly
Location977.8411 W53
Local SubjectMiller, Turner J.
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID115123
CONTENTdm number16919
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