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Name, Date and Place of birth Name: Jesse James Date: September 5, 1847 – April 3,1882 Birth of place: Kearney, Missouri
Why is this person famous? My person is famous because he is Being a robber and stealer he was a Outlaw.
Is this person still living? If yes, what are they doing now? If no, when did they die? Jesse James is dead. He died April 3,1882.
Fact #1 Jesse James grew up on a farm. Jesse James got shot in a house.
Fact #2 Jesse James he was the third of four children born to Robert and Zerelda Cole James, both Kentucky native’s.
Fact #3 Jesse James crimes terrorized innocent civilians and stifled economic growth in Missouri in the year’s following the Civil War.
Fact #4 Jesse James was a daring outlaw in Missouri.
Fact #5 By 1881 the outlaw who leaped aboard the train in a small depot outsides.
1.Historic Missourians, The State Historical Society; May Jesse James, Legendary Rebel and Outlaw; Compass Point Books; 2007
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