Jesse James: Legendary Outlaw

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Enslow Publishers, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
Robbing banks and stagecoaches in the early years of the American West, Jesse James became a legendary figure. From his childhood in Missouri, through his years as a Confederate guerrilla fighter, to his notorious career as an outlaw, this book traces the development of the myths that surround Jesse James and his gang to this day.

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