A sketch of Sam Bass, the bandit : a graphic narrative : his various train robberies, his death, and accounts of the deaths of his gang and their history / by Charles L. Martin ; with an introduction by Ramon F. Adams.


New ed.. Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, [1956] .

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Subjects Bass, Sam, 1851-1878.
Brigands and robbers -- Texas -- Biography.
Brigands and robbers.
Outlaws -- Texas -- Biography.
Outlaws.
Texas -- Biography.
Texas.
Series Western frontier library ; 6.
Description 166 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.
Copyright Date [1956]
©1956
Notes Also issued online.
Summary Best known for his robbery of the Union Pacific at Big Springs, Nebraska, September 19, 1877, Sam Bass is perhaps the most notorious Texas outlaw of the 1870's.
Genre Biography.
Geographic Area Texas
Network Numbers (OCoLC)280891
(OCoLC)ocm00280891
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Martin, Charles L. 1839-1925.
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