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660927

On the killing of Jesse James...

April 5, 1882 | Item # 660927
$160.00
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660923

From the Oklahoma Territory...

July 21, 1897 | Item # 660923
$68.00
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657513

From a bonafide ghost town...

March 5, 1880 | Item # 657513
$95.00
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656242

Much on the Modoc Indian War...

April 18, 1873 | Item # 656242
$45.00
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656224

Chasing after Jesse James...

November 30, 1876 | Item # 656224
$44.00
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655946

From the American Riviera...

September 10, 1883 | Item # 655946
$38.00
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655872

Much fine text on the Mormon War...

November 21, 1857 | Item # 655872
$48.00
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654623

Geronimo failed to surrender...

April 2, 1886 | Item # 654623
$34.00
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American Wild West Newspapers

The American Wild West, or American frontier, is bursting with folklore and legendary characters, such as Billy The Kid, Buffalo Bill, and Jesse James. Many events and people we consider legendary today, such as the gunfight at the O.K. Corral and Jesse James were not deemed as being significant at the time, and reports are typically small and difficult to find.

The Old West, or Wild West, was a period that began with the Gold Rush and migration of Mormons to Utah, and endured until the early part of the 20th century. American pioneers were moving westward for many reasons, for example, to outrun the law, to better their living situation, search for larger plots of land, or to mine gold and other precious metals.

 

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