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About the wild west By Brandon Swain
About why we have wanted posters Wanted posters for particularly notorious fugitives frequently offer a bounty for the capture of the person, or for a person who can provide information leading to such capture. More modern wanted posters may also include images of the fugitive's fingerprints
Billy the kid William h. bonney, better known as Billy the kid also known as Henry Antrim, was a 19-century America gunman who participated in the Lincoln county war and became a frontier outlaw in the american old west.
Sheriffs Sheriffs are the good guys but some times bad guys.1. They are good guys because they stop people from robbing the bank, but they also kill the robbers if they don’t stop what there doing.
Wild west Outlaw and Lawmen And in 1882, another notorious outlaw, Jesse James, who was a veteran of Quant rill's Raiders during the Civil War, was shot in the back by Robert Ford, a kinsman who hoped to collect the $5,000 reward. James' death ended the career of an outlaw gang that terrorized the Wild West for more than a decade. In 1899, Robert Parker and his partner, Harry Long Baugh, "Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid," lead their "Wild Bunch" bandit gang in a series of bank and train robberies across the West. They eventually fled to South America in 1901, thus ending the era of the outlaw band.
Famous cowboys Phoebe Ann Oakley Moses born August 13, 1860 died November 3, 1926 claim to fame sharp shooter and exhibition shooter; starred in buffalo bill’s wild west show, cause of death pernicious anemia popular name Annie Oakley. Roy Daugherty born January 1, 1924 died august 16, 1924 claim to fame outlaw and member of the wild bunch gang cause of death during a gun fight popular name Arkansas Tom Jones.