The Outlaw Trail: A History of Butch Cassidy and His Wild Bunch

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The Outlaw Trail
A History of Butch Cassidy and His Wild Bunch

Charles Kelly

Introduction to the Bison Books Edition by Daniel Buck and Anne Meadows

University of Nebraska Press Lincoln and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Introduction to the Bison Books Edition v
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Contents xvii
  • The Outlaw Trail xx
  • Introducing Butch Cassidy 3
  • The Mccarty Gang 15
  • Telluride Bank Robbery 29
  • Oregon Bank Robberies 37
  • Delta Bank Robbery 46
  • Cassidy Meets The Law 51
  • Brown's Hole-- Early History 61
  • Brown's Hole-- Outlaw Period 75
  • Montpelier Bank Robbery 88
  • Meeker Bank Robbery 103
  • Hole-In-The-Wall 107
  • Castle Gate Payroll Robbery 133
  • Robbers' Roost 141
  • The Wild Bunch Celebrates 159
  • Joe Walker - Joe Walker, A Texas Cow­ 170
  • Gunplay Maxwell 180
  • The Law Comes To Brown's Hole 187
  • Two Wars Are Declared 207
  • The Battle Of Roost Canyon 216
  • The One-Man Army 224
  • Two Failures 234
  • Wilcox Train Robbery 239
  • Folsom Train Robbery 249
  • George Curry Cashes In 261
  • Cassidy Wants To Reform 266
  • Tipton Train Robbery 273
  • Winnemucca Bank Holdup 277
  • Wagner Train Robbery 282
  • In South America 287
  • Finis To The Wild Bunch 300
  • Is Butch Cassidy Dead? 314
  • The Speckled Nigger 320
  • Shorty Wheelwright 329
  • Sheriff 337
  • Queen Ann 344
  • Postscript 357
  • Index 362
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