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NW Okie's Journey

Houston, TX - We are continuing our research of outlaws of the territories in the late 1800s. We went searching for the Christian Brothers' gang of outlaws that supposedly frequented Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and Oklahoma & Indian Territory.

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1887 - Texas Bandits

Texas - In The Leavenworth Weekly times, dated 1 Sep 1887, page 8, we found this news article: "Texas Bandits," A collision between a sheriff's posse and outlaws.

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1895 - Masked Robbers Hold Up A Train

Ft. Smith, Ark - The St. Louis Post-Dispatch (St. Louis, Missouri), dated 7 October 1895, Monday, page 1, reported on this day: "Masked Robbers Hold Up A Train." A Frisco passenger train was attacked by daring bandits, and got but little booty. They uncoupled the express car in Indian Territory and Terrorized passengers while rifling it.

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Walking With Sweet Silly Sadie Dawg

Houston, TX - Woof! Woof! Have you ever heard of the "High Fives Gang" of the 1890's? They were also referred to as the Christian gang, led by Black Jack Will Christian and his brother, Bob, from Logan County, Oklahoma [more]... View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


1895 - Dead Outlaw Brought In

I.T. - The Wichita Eagle, dated 11 August 1895, Sunday, page 1, reported: "Dead Outlaw Brought In." John Fessenden, a member of the Christian Brothers' gang killed near Wilburton, Indian Territory (I.T.) and brought in to Fort Smith, Arkansas, August 10, 1895.

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In September 1943, my family was living on Mountain View Ave in Orange, NJ [more]...
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1881 - A Colorado Outlaw

Colorado - Who was Bert Wilkerson? Was he a Colorado outlaw from the late 19th century? The Indiana Democrat, dated 27 October 1881, Thursday, page 9, in the Indian, Pennsylvania newspapers had this short article concerning Bert Wilkerson: "A Colorado Outlaw."

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Fort Scott, Kansas News of August, 1895

Indian Territor - Who were the "Christian brothers' gang of outlaws? Have you ever heard of them? We never did until we were doing research for outlaws of the 19th century. It was in the Fort Scott Daily Monitor, dated 4 August 1895, Sunday, page 1, that we found this little mention of the Christian brothers' gang of outlaws in the Fort Scott, Kansas.

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