6 edition of Cole Younger found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Homer Croy ; introduction to the Bison books edition by Richard E. Meyer.|
|LC Classifications||F594.Y76 C7 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 242 p. :|
|Number of Pages||242|
|LC Control Number||99016421|
By: Cole Younger () Autobiography of Cole Younger, American Civil War veteran and member of the Jesse James gang. Cole Younger was a member of Quantrill's Raiders during the Civil War and along with his brother, Jim Younger and the James brothers, robbed banks and trains during the 's. Explore books by Cole Younger with our selection at simplicityhsd.com Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers. Place Order.
Jun 18, · Bob Boze Bell's Big Bad Book of Bad Diary Entries "Cole Younger As Rough As They Come" Unlike so many other outlaws, Cole Younger owned his outlaw status. Explaining his capture he said: "Next to my father's murder, that was the worst day of my life. In addition to the pain and the humiliation, we were hunted for two weeks in the rain. The Story of Cole Younger, by Himself Being an Autobiography of the Missouri Guerrilla Captain and Outlaw, his Capture and Prison Life, and the Only Authentic Account of the Northfield Raid Ever Published By Cole Younger Chicago The Henneberry Company
Looking for books by Cole Younger? See all books authored by Cole Younger, including The Story of Cole Younger by Himself: Being an Autobiography of the Missouri Guerrilla Captain and Outlaw, His Capture and Prison Life, and the Only Authentic Raid Ever Published (Borealis Books), and The Story of Cole Younger (Civil War Classics): From Decorated Soldier to Notorious Outlaw, and more on. Cole Younger and his brother Bob would both later say that they selected the bank because of its connection to two former Union generals and Radical Republican politicians, Benjamin Butler and Adelbert Ames. Three of the outlaws entered the bank, as the remaining five, led by Cole Younger, remained on the street to provide cover.
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Born near Lee's Summit, Missouri, Thomas Coleman ("Cole") Younger (–) rode with William Clarke Quantrill's Confederate raiders during the /5(). Read The Story of Cole Younger‚ by Himself online by Cole Younger at simplicityhsd.com, the free online library full of thousands of classic books.
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Jan 02, · This book was very enjoyable and the only reason for 4 stars was the last chapter. It was full of wisdom but very hard to read. Cole Younger seemed to hold Cole Younger book bitterness and accepted responsibility for the way his life turned out. Probably David Carridine as Cole Younger in the Long Riders said it best.
"We played a rough game. We lost."/5(). The Story of Cole Younger, by Himself book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This book was converted from its physical edi /5. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. The Story of Cole Younger, by Himself is a classic American West outlaw autobiography by Cole Younger.
Many may wonder why an old "guerrilla" should feel called upon at this late day to rehearse the story of his life. Jun 06, · Cole Younger. If I had to choose a favorite outlaw, without hesitation I’d say, “Cole Younger.” Besides being a “good man to ride the river with,” he had many good qualities compared to the typical outlaw of his day.
A few years ago the late author Jack Koblas told me a poignant sidebar about Cole that he’d recently discovered. The Paperback of the The Story Of Cole Younger, By Himself by Cole Younger at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or more. B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help book by cole younger. the story of cole younger. Explore More Items. 87 3/5. Cole Younger appears briefly towards the end of Charles Portis' novel True Grit.
Cole Younger is a major character in Wildwood Boys (William Morrow, ; New York), a biographical novel of "Bloody Bill" Anderson by James Carlos Blake. ReferencesKnown for: Banditry, James–Younger Gang, Bank. Thomas Coleman “Cole” Younger was an outlaw who joined forces with Jesse and Frank James to rob banks and trains in the period following the Civil War.
He was born into a large and affluent family on January 15,near Lee’s Summit, Missouri. The Story of Cole Younger, by Himself by Cole Younger • The Story of Cole Younger, by Himself is a classic American West outlaw autobiography by Cole Younger. Many may wonder why an old "guerrilla" should feel called upon at this late day to rehearse the story of his life.
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Jul 16, · A brilliant book,an interesting account of Cole Younger's simplicityhsd.com enjoyable and simplicityhsd.com has given me a thirst to read more on the Southern heroes especially Quantrell.A must read book for history buffs.4/5(3).
Cole Younger also founded the longest-running prison newspaper in the United States during his stay in Stillwater State Prison.  Bob Younger died in prison of tuberculosis on September 15,at the age of After much legal dispute, Cole and Jim Younger were paroled in on the condition they remain in simplicityhsd.comon: Missouri.
Cole Younger was one of the most successful outlaws who got their start as Confederate bushwhackers. Like Frank and Jesse James and a whole crowd of lesser names, Younger learned to ride and shoot and steal in Missouri's bitter Civil War/5.
Cole Younger and his brothers and the perhaps more infamous Jesse and Frank James may have won lasting notoriety on the 'wrong side of the law, ' but they learned their craft during the war. Cole Younger was born on 'the dark and bloody ground'-the political hotspot that was the Missouri and Kansas border.
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Cole Younger books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Laws E3 Conflate version based on the tune sung by Edward L. Crane I am a reckless highwayman, Cole Younger is my name.
[My] deeds of desperation have brought my [name] to shame. The robbing of the Northfield Bank I never can deny, For which I am a poor prisoner, now in the Stillwater jail.
Violence dictated the daily rhythms of Cole Younger?s life. During the Civil War he was selected to join Quantrill?s Raiders because he owned his own revolver. His participation in the brutal raid on Lawrence, Kansas, drove him and other guerrillas into hiding as Union troops sought to punish the perpetrators of atrocities including the murder of women and children.
Thomas Coleman Younger. AKA Cole Younger. Born: Died: The commonly known photo of Cole Younger below gives us a baseline sample for visual facial recognition analysis.
There are several unique facial characteristics to make a comparison with the naked eye. The eye line is not even and his right eye is lower than his left eye. Nov 14, · His interview with Cole Younger was published in his book "The Border Outlaws: An Authentic and Thrilling History of the Most Noted Bandits of Ancient or Modern Times, THE YOUNGER BROTHERS, JESSE AND FRANK JAMES, and.
THEIR COMRADES IN CRIME" A PERSONAL INTERVIEW WITH COLE YOUNGER.Why This Book Is Here. Cole Younger told Quantrell that my father and brother were in the rebel army and were good fighters, and that I had stayed at home to take care of my mother; that I was a good fellow and a non-combatant.
This occurred just before I entered the Union army, and it was generally known, and I am sure Cole knew, that I.Autobiography of Cole Younger, American Civil War veteran and member of the Jesse James gang.
Cole Younger was a member of Quantrill's Raiders during the Civil War and along with his brother, Jim Younger and the James brothers, robbed banks and trains during the 's/5().