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Famous Train Robbers and Robberies
4 Historic Books on CD

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This collection of four historic books examines that most daring crime of the Old West - the train robbery. The books explore the daring robbers who took on this challenging task and explores the lives (and deaths.) You will learn the stories of Frank & Jesse James, the Younger Brothers, Rube Burrow, Sam Bass and many other daring outlaws of the 1800's Old West.

  1. Train robberies, train robbers and the "holdup" men (1907) - Pinkerton, William Allan - 85 pages
  2. Train and bank robbers of the West. A romantic but faithful story of bloodshed and plunder, perpertrated by Missouri's daring outlaws. A thrilling story of the adventures of Frank and Jesse James ... together with a record of the wild and reckless career of the Younger brothers (1889) - Appler, Augustus C - 664 pages
  3. Rube Burrow, king of outlaws, and his band of train robbers ; An accurate and faithful history of their exploits and adventures (1890) - Agee, George W - 223 pages
  4. Life and adventures of Sam Bass, the notorious Union Pacific an Texas train robber; together with a graphic account of his capture and death - sketch of the members of his band, with thrilling pen pictures of their many bold and desperate deeds, and the capture and death of Collins, Berry, Banres, and Arkansas Johnson (1878) - 106 pages

Here are some sample pages from the books to give you an idea of what you will find in this collection:

This CD runs on all Windows and Macintosh computers. You must have a web browser and Adobe Acrobat Reader - (available for free download if you do not have it installed on your computer.) The book index is organized in an HTML menu that is compatible with all browsers and the books themselves are in PDF format to allow them to be universally accessed. Many books on this CD are searchable and printable.

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