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by Carl W Breihan
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Reuben Houston Burrow (December 11, 1855 – October 9, 1890), 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.
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Carl W. Breihan (born St. Louis, MO February 3, 1916; died March 3, 1998) was an American historian and writer. He specialized in Civil War historiography. Breihan published nearly a dozen books and also served on the St. Louis City Council. Breihan's notable books include: Great Gunfighters of the West. Quantrill And His Civil War Guerrillas. Ride the Razor's Edge: The Younger Brother's Story. Outlaws of the Old West.
The Infamous Rube Barrow · Carl Breihan · ar. Trust a Deputy! · Clare Hamilton · s. Trust a Deputy! · Clare Hamilton · ss. Western Action (Columbia Publications, In. 35¢, pulp) Issue not found.
In printed form, the book would be about 86 pages. All three members of the family were involved with hunting down train robbers. In it, Pinkerton discusses numerous outlaws of the Old West, particularly those who robbed trains, since that's where the Pinkerton Detective Agency focused its attention during this time. Of particular interest are the 33 illustrations featuring almost 50 bad guys. It is very uncommon to find this number of illustrations of bad guys in one publication. It's a great visual resource! William and Robert were sons of Allan Pinkerton, who emigrated from Scotland to Dundee, Illinois in 1842.
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Watch for Rube Burrow Book 2 coming in few months. Mr. James Holley, age 97, great nephew of train robber Rube Burrow. Legend has it that Rube Burrow hid in the cellar of the Moore-Hill House hiding from Pinkerton detectives. New information on Rube and gang members uncovered. He was such a help to me in my efforts of trying. to preserve Lamar County's history. All I had to do was call him, usually I got an answer almost as soon as he answered the phone. Moore-Hill house will be open this Saturday Dec. 8th.