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121. The 'Tri-State Terror' Laid to Rest The 'Tri-State Terror' Laid to Rest December/29/1973 Photos and biographical article about Wilbur Underhill, nicknamed the "Tri-State Terror" for his murder and bank-robbing sprees across the three states of Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma in the early 1930s....

122. The 50 Greatest Books on the American West The 50 Greatest Books on the American West October, 2003 Article lists contributors' choices of the 50 books most crucial to understanding westward expansion and pioneer life. The books address subjects such as the fur trade, agriculture, criminal violence,...

123. The American Outlaw The American Outlaw April 1, 2006 Brief article describing the life of Jesse James, some highlights and lowlights of his career as a bank robber, and his death. Includes a brief preview of a Jesse James biopic, The Assassination of Jesse...

124. The Authentic Wild West: The Outlaws The Authentic Wild West: The Outlaws 1977 Numerous photos, illustrations, and biographical information about Frank and Jesse James, outllaws from Clay County, Missouri, with their gang from the Civil War to the early 1880s. Topics including legends,...

125. The Bever Trail The Bever Trail Spring 2004 Fort Sill in Oklahoma was the site of the first military execution of a United States Army man in Oklahoma in World War II. His name was Harry Ralph Bever who was a gangster born in Millgrove, Missouri....

126. The Bloody Benders The Bloody Benders 1928 Biographical article about the Bender family of Kansas, known as murderers and bandits (stealing horses, etc.) since their first appearance in the southeastern part of the state in 1871.

127. The Demise of Toad-a-Loop The Demise of Toad-a-Loop Summer 2001 Article about the demise of the area of Kansas City, Kansas known as "Toad-a-Loop" or "Tour-de-Loup." Described as "the horseshoe area surrounding Greystone Heights with a portion crossing over into Jackson...

128. The Frontier Marshal [The Buffalo Hunters, Part Four] The Frontier Marshal [The Buffalo Hunters, Part Four] November/15/1930 Photos and article (fourth in a series of four articles) about Wyatt Earp's travels in the Kansas prairies in the early and mid- 1870s, highlighting his law enforcement experiences with cowboys and outlaws...

129. The Georges--Pioneers and Rebels: David C. George and Nancy Elizabeth Bass George, Their Life and Times The Georges--Pioneers and Rebels: David C. George and Nancy Elizabeth Bass George, Their Life and Times 1965 Page of copies of clippings and photos of the Younger Brothers and James Gang, outlaws seen as heroes for Southern sympathizers during the Reconstruction period.

130. The Great American Outlaw: A Legacy of Fact and Fiction The Great American Outlaw: A Legacy of Fact and Fiction 1993 Chapter 7, "The Hoodlum" contains information on Jesse James and his brother Frank James and the James Gang. It includes John Newman Edwards and his part in creating the James legend. In the appendix,...

131. The Great American Outlaw: A Legacy of Fact and Fiction The Great American Outlaw: A Legacy of Fact and Fiction 1993 In Chapter 7 entitled "The Hoodlum" is mentioned the Younger brothers, Cole, James, John, and Robert of Lee's Summit, Missouri.

132. The Holy Grail for Sale The Holy Grail for Sale June 2011 A tintype of Billy the Kid, taken in 1879 or 1880, may be “the only authenticated photo of the Kid.” It’s up for sale and probably will be sold for a 6-digit figure. The article gives a history or...

133. The James Boys and Missouri Politics The James Boys and Missouri Politics July//1942 Illustration (of their home near Kearney, Missouri) and biographical article about Jesse James, his brother Frank James, and their gang of outlaws from Clay County, Missouri, and their influence on Missouri...

134. The James Gang Rides Again The James Gang Rides Again Summer//1998 Photo and biographical article about Frank James and the James Gang of outlaws of the Kansas City and surrounding areas in the late 19th century. Information also about Jesse James, Bloody Bill Anderson,...

135. The Kansas City Massacre and the Mystery of the Missing Public Enemy The Kansas City Massacre and the Mystery of the Missing Public Enemy Fall 2002 Article presents the story of Maurice Denning, who some implicated in the Union Station Massacre. He was on the FBI's most wanted list in the 1930s and his disappearance was never totally resolved.

136. The Legend Lives On The Legend Lives On March-April//1982 Photo, illustrations, and biographical article about Jesse James (1847-1882), on the centennial of his death, with information about the James Gang, his brother Frank James, his mother Zerelda Samuel,...

137. The Legend of Jesse James The Legend of Jesse James March-April//1982 Biographical article about Jesse James (1847-1882) and his life and career as a Confederate sympathizer and outlaw in the Midwest, born near Kearney, Missouri, in Clay County, and killed in Saint Joseph....

138. The Legend That Never Dies: The Story of Jesse and Frank James The Legend That Never Dies: The Story of Jesse and Frank James 1989

139. The Life and Death of Jesse James The Life and Death of Jesse James 1991 This program explores the significant events in the lives and outlaw careers of Jesse and Frank James, and looks behind the legends. Some facts revealed as recently as 1991 are included. With interviews...

140. The Man Who Made a Folk-God out of Jo Shelby and Created a Legend for Jesse James The Man Who Made a Folk-God out of Jo Shelby and Created a Legend for Jesse James December//1961 Biographical article about Major John Edwards (1839-1887), "soldier, author and editor," a native of Virginia arriving in Missouri in the 1850s, starting in journalism as editor of the "Expositor" in Lexington,...