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Rube Burrow

Carl W. Breihan

Rube Burrow

king of the train robbers

by Carl W. Breihan

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Published by Leather Stocking Books in West Allis, WI .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alabama,
  • Southern States
    • Subjects:
    • Burrow, Rube, 1854-1890.,
    • Brigands and robbers -- Alabama -- Biography.,
    • Train robberies -- Southern States -- History -- 19th century.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Carl W. Breihan.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV6661.A2 B73 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination152 p., [8] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages152
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3043645M
      ISBN 10089769046X, 0897690214
      LC Control Number82136188

      Chicago: Donohue, Henneberry & Co, Reprint, new and revised. Green cloth. Bookseller ticket and owner name on front end pages very good with front hinge starting, darkened spine and moderate more. "Rube Burrow, Desperado" is the factual story of a prolific train robber in the s and s who briefly captured national attention through his daring deeds. His robberies ranged from Texas to Arkansas to Mississippi and Alabama, the state where he was : Rick Miller.

      Rube Burrow, outlaw, ca. Reuben Houston Burrow was fascinated by tales of Jesse James and his gang of outlaws. From to , Rube and his gang robbed express trains in Texas. Full text of "Rube Burrow, king of outlaws, and his band of train robbers ; An accurate and faithful history of their exploits and adventures" See other formats.

      (RUBE BURROW. BURROW, Jim - Rube Burrow’s brother; outdoor outlaw; died in jail of Tuberculosis. JACKSON, Joe – Friend of Rube Burrow. Picture 1) –Photo of a sketch of what seems to be Rube Burrow shooting his Rating: % positive. Reuben Houston "Rube" Burrow, often misspelled Burrows, (born Decem in Jewell, Lamar County; died October 8, in Linden, Marengo County) was a nationally infamous train robber and outlaw in the Southern and Southwestern United States. During the final years of the American frontier, he became one of the most hunted in the Old West since Jesse James.


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Reuben Houston Burrow (Decem – October 9, ), better known as Rube Burrow, was a nationally infamous train-robber and outlaw in the Southern and Southwestern United States. During the final years of the American frontier, he became one of the most hunted in the Old West since Jesse James. From tohe and his gang robbed express trains in Alabama, Brand: Reading Bear Publications.

Rube Burrow Probate Records Rube Burrow Obituary - Death Notices. His full name was Reuben Houston Burrows and he was born on Decemwent to Texas inwhere he became a cowboy. It has been said that he could lift a pound sack and walk off with it, easy.

Rube Burrow. Alabama Desperado. Legends of Rube Burrow and Gang. Taken from book: It is said: That Rube once said, “I went home one night but there was so many detectives around, and I didn’t want to kill’em, so I went right off”.

Atlanta. Constitution. That Rube once said “ Stealin corn is out of our line of business.”. That Rube Burrow once went to Aberdeen, Mississippi with. CHAPTER I. - Rube Burrow. His First Train Robberies. CHAPTER II. - Rube and Jim Burrow Arrested. Rube Escapes.

CHAPTER III. - Rube Attempts to Rescue Jim. CHAPTER IV. - The Duck Hill Train Robbery and Murder of Chester Hughes. CHAPTER V. - Train Hold-up at Buckatunna, Miss. CHAPTER VI. - Rube Outwits the Posse and, Like a Deer, He Bounded into.

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Reuben Burrow (30 December – 7 June ) was an English mathematician, surveyor and orientalist. Initially a teacher, he was appointed assistant to Sir Nevil Maskelyne, then astronomer-royal, at the Royal Greenwich Observatory and was involved in the Schiehallion later conducted research in India, teaching himself Sanskrit and becoming.

Rube Burrow Rube Burrow in Biographical Summaries of Notable People Rube Burrow was born on December 11in Lamar County. Rube passed away on October 9at age 35 in Marengo County. Rube Burrow, Desperado is the factual story of a prolific train robber in the s and s who briefly captured national attention through his daring deeds.

His robberies ranged from Texas to Arkansas to Mississippi and Alabama, the state where he was : $ Rube Burrow, the Outlaw | This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.

that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. "Rube Burrow, Desperado" is the factual story of a prolific train robber in the s and s who briefly captured national attention through his daring deeds.

His robberies ranged from Texas to Arkansas to Mississippi and Alabama, the state where he was : iUniverse, Incorporated. Reuben Houston Burrow (Decem – October 9, ), better known as Rube Burrow, was a nationally infamous train-robber and outlaw in the Southern and Southwestern United States.

During the final years of the American frontier, he became one of the most hunted in the Old West since Jesse James. From tohe and his gang robbed express trains in Alabama, Pages: Rube Burrow. Alabama Desperado. Legends of Rube Burrow & Gang.

Contents. Introduction 6 About Rube Burrow 7. Rube the Man, Photos, Fellowship. Baptist Church Cemetery, Early Books, About Family and Photos, Eight Train. Robberies. It is Said That Tidbits about Rube Burrow. Timeline Key information arranged chronologically.