The Short and Bloody History of Highwaymen

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Millbrook Press, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 96 pages
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With comical cartoon illustrations and countless anecdotes and facts, these humorous histories divulge the intriguing, often bloody, true stories of ghosts highwaymen, knights, pirates, and spies. Supports the national curriculum standard Time, Continuity, and Change as outlined by the National Council for the Social Studies.
  

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A quick, fun and informative read, full of many facts and people to look up for further research. An invaluable introduction to the topic. Read full review

Contents

Who What and Where
7
Butchers Unite
13
What to Wear?
24
Reasons to Be Wary
36
Trade Secrets
43
Caught Good and Proper
49
ThiefTakers
64
The Best of the Bunch
74
The End of the Road
84
Further Reading
92
Copyright

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Farman has worked as a commercial illustrator and a cartoonist and has written more than 30 nonfiction book for children.

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