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Belle Starr--and Her Times
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TitleBelle Starr--and Her Times
AbstractPhoto, portrait, and biographical article about Belle Starr (ca. 1848-1889), a woman outlaw in Old West Missouri "called the feminine Jesse James." Born in Carthage, Missouri as Myra Belle Shirley and becoming a Confederate guerrilla with William Quantrill before becoming a robber of "banks, stores and stage-coaches" and executing "Missouri's first peace time train robbery."
AuthorBartlett Boder
DateSpring 1953
SourceMuseum Graphic
Locationq977.8131 M98
Volume2
Number2
Page2-7
Local SubjectStarr, Belle
Outlaws
Crime
Firsts
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID119263
CONTENTdm number17864
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