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7 edition of I Rode With Jesse James found in the catalog.

I Rode With Jesse James

by Charles Hackenberry

  • 174 Want to read
  • 30 Currently reading

Published by Harpercollins (Mm) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Historical,
  • Historical fiction,
  • Westerns,
  • Fiction - Historical

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9241252M
    ISBN 100061010499
    ISBN 109780061010491
    OCLC/WorldCa35267690

    A fictionalised portrait of the legendary Jesse James, a charismatic man who holds sway over a ragged gang of outlaws, and his death at the hands of Robert Ford, a young gang member torn between worshiping Jesse and wanting to take his place.4/5(11). What follows is the text of a book published in by Jesse Edwards James, son of Jesse James and Zee Mimms James. The first half of the book is Jesse Jr.'s remembrances of his famous father, who he didn't know was the famous outlaw until after his death. He includes all he remembers plus stories told to him by his family.

    Frank and Jesse James, the infamous brothers from Missouri, rode with marauding Confederate guerrillas during the Civil War. Having learned to kill and raid without compunction, they easily transitioned from rebels to outlaws after the war, robbing stagecoaches, banks and trains in Missouri and surrounding states. Here is the letter that I will copy (since it’s too faint to scan) regarding the robbery with Jesse James: “Aunt Rica – when a young girl had a “pulp” book on Jesse James which her mother made her burn” ***** Jesse and Frank James came to Corydon Iowa. They went .

    Jesse James Sr., who was wounded during the Civil War, came up the Missouri River on a steamboat to Rulo to recuperate from his wounds, the book, said. Jesse’s stepfather was a physician. In late , weary from hiding, Jesse, living under the name Thomas Howard, talked of ending his outlaw ways and settling down to farm in Nebraska. The James boys rode south: a thrilling and authentic new episode in the fabulous lives of the most daring desperadoes of modern times, Frank and Jesse James and their comrades in crime: the real story, based largely on newspaper accounts and witnesses' testimonies, of the only foray of the James gang into the Deep South and the subsequent trial of Frank James in the United States Circuit.


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I Rode with Jesse James book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The name Jesse James was enough to strike fear in the heart /5. Here is the list of individuals that rode with Jesse and Frank James. If you want the exact robberies that the men participated in the list will take list of names are : extra information is in {}.

Commanche Tony (half breed Commanche Indian from Texas} Jesse James (alias Woodson, Howard Dingus) Frank James (Ben Howard.

Near Norborne, Missouri, Jesse James killed Ed Miller and took his watch and horse and rode on to Charley Ford's in Ray County, and then on to the home of Mose Miller, Ed's brother, and told him Ed was sick and likely to die and Jesse presented to Mose Miller a forged order for $ signed by Ed Miller, and Mose paid Jesse the money.

Get this from a library. I rode with Jesse James. [Charles Hackenberry] -- Color illustration on front cover of two men on horseback wearing western clothing and carrying rifles galloping side by.

It is the best book about Jesse i have ever read. I recommand it for all people interested in Jesse James History. Céline. Read more. One person found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Zerotolerance out of 5 stars Awesome.

Reviewed in the United States on Ma /5(6). In this brilliant biography T. Stiles offers a new understanding of the legendary outlaw Jesse James. Although he has often I Rode With Jesse James book portrayed as a Robin Hood of the old west, in this ground-breaking work Stiles places James within the context of the bloody conflicts of the Civil War to reveal a much more complicated and significant by: Young Jesse James, Library of Congress.

A teenager when he rode off to join Confederate guerrillas inJesse James never really stopped fighting the Civil War. Jim Cummins wrote a book about his outlaw years, “Jim Cummins’ Book Written by Himself, The Life Story of the James and Younger Gang and Their Comrades, Including the Operations of Quantrell’s Guerrillas, By One Who Rode With Them: A True But Terrible Tale of Outlawry” ().

James: Hello are some of my COBB related kin Read more on. But even Steele was more attracted to Jesse’s story, than Frank’s, following up his book with The Many Faces of Jesse James.

Countless books have Jesse James in the title, with no reference at all to Frank. Robert James is shown on horseback while serving our country in and during the Spanish-American War.

She was known to be Jesse’s horse, and although Jesse said he had sold the mare to a Topeka, Kansas, man, Gallatin residents offered a $1, reward for the arrest of the James brothers.

From then on, until Jesse’s death and Frank’s surrender, the James boys were wanted men. In SeptemberJesse James rode with Bill Anderson's bushwhackers into the small Missouri town of Centralia.

There the year-old James took part in one of the worst atrocities of the Civil War. Jesse James was a fabled outlaw, a charismatic, spiritual, larger-than-life bad man whose bloody exploits captured the imagination and admiration of a nation hungry for antiheroes.

Robert Ford was a young upstart torn between dedicated worship and murderous jealousy, the "dirty little coward" /5(14). The Dalton Gang was a group of outlaws in the American Old West during – It was also known as The Dalton Brothers because three of its members were brothers.

The gang specialized in bank and train an attempted bank robbery in Coffeyville, Kansas intwo of the brothers and two other gang members were killed; Emmett survived and was captured, tried, and ng location: Pawhuska, Indian Territory. Jesse James summary: Jesse Woodson James was born into a hardworking family.

His parents lived in Clay County Missouri, where Jesse and his two full siblings were born. Robert James, Jesse’s father, was a successful farmer who eventually helped found William Jewell College located in Liberty, Missouri.

Why Jesse James Is Like That: An essay on the book's structure and approach Jesse James consists of twenty chapters, divided into four parts: I: Zion, covering the James/Samuel family before the Civil war.

II: Fire, covering the Civil War. III: Defiance,covering the primary arc of Jesse James's outlaw career. IV: Fate,covering the aftermath of the failed Northfield.

Includes rare photos from the James family archives There are many myths and misconceptions about Jesse James-this book sets the record straight and is the most up-to-date book on the subject.

The author's first book, The Outlaw Youngers, drew rave reviews from the Los Angeles Times, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and others. InQuantrill’s force had grown to over men, one of whom was Frank James, older brother of Jesse James.

In AugustQuantrill and his men committed what became known as the Lawrence Massacre. They torched the town of Lawrence, Kansas and killed more than men and boys, many of them in front of their families.

Jesse James was a bank and train robber in the American Old West, best known as the leading member of the James-Younger gang of outlaws. Synopsis Jesse James was born on September 5,in Born:   Jesse Woodson James was born four years after Frank on Sept. 5,outside Kearney in Clay County on a site that now houses the Jesse James Author: Barbara Winnerman.

On Febru Frank James saddled up and rode into eternity. Tipping my hat to Frank. was very likely the son of Wood Hite who was Jesse and Franks cousin] and his family, and his sister.” The Truth About Jesse James, book trailer.

Search for: Begin typing your search above and press return to search. Press Esc to cancel.Zerelda James.

A crook only a mother could love, Jesse James was born in Clay County, Missouri, on September 5,to Robert and Zerelda James. Zerelda had her hands full with Jesse and his older brother Frank, among other siblings.

This was a case of motherly love taken to the grave! Why Jesse James chose to go to rehab - Duration: Graham Bensingerviews. Between the beards with Jesse James - Duration: Nine Line Appa views.