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Robert "Bob" Dalton 1868-1892 Killed during an attempted double bank robbery in Coffeyville, Kansas along with brother, Gratten and Dick Broadwell and Bill Power. 1892

William Marion Dalton (1866–June 8, 1894), called Bill Dalton, was an American outlaw in the American Old West. He was the co-leader of the Wild Bunch gang and he was the brother of the founders of the Dalton Gang, Gratton, Bob and Emmett.

Emmett Dalton 1871-1937 Participated in bank robberies in Coffeyville, Kansas. He was wounded and the only survivior of the gunfight. He spent 14 1/2 years in prison before being pardoned.

Frank James viewing Jesse's body after being gunned down by that dirty, little coward, Bob Ford.

James Butler Hickok had not yet earned the nickname of "Wild Bill" when this photo was taken in 1858. He was just 21 years old.

The Dalton gang (Bill Power; Bob Dalton; Grat Dalton, Dick Broadwell), after their unsuccessful attempt to rob two banks at once in Coffeyville, Kansas, in 1892. Emmet Dalton survived with 23 gunshot wounds. A fourth Dalton brother, Bill, rode with the Wild Bunch (the Doolin-Dalton gang or Oklahombres, not Butch Cassidy's outlaws).

Five Points Gang - from this gang came some of the most notable gangsters of the depression period including Al Capone, Lucky Luciano, Johnny Torio, Frankie Yale and Jimmy.

George "Bitter Creek” Newcomb, aka: Slaughter’s Kid (1866-1895)Was a Member first in the Dalton gang but Bob Dalton thought he was to wild. Newcomb & Bill Doolan then started the Wild Bunch Gang. He died of gunshot wounds by the Dunn Brothers.

Nicodemus Kansas -- A Black Pioneer Town - Nicodemus, Kansas is the only remaining western community established by African Americans after the Civil War. Having an important role in American History, the town symbolizes the pioneering spirit of these ex-slaves who fled the war-torn South in search of "real” freedom and a chance to restart their lives. This "ghost town ” has since gained recognition as a National Historic Site.

John Jarrette Member of William Clarke Quantrill’s Guerrillas He Rode with Quantrill during the raid on Lawrence, Kansas in 1863, and with Bloody Bill Anderson during the massacre at Centralia, Missouri 1864. After the war, Jarrette joined the Jesse James gang, and was a suspect in the robbery of the bank in Kentucky in 1868. In the photo he wears a captured Union waistbelt plate in the photo. via http://thecivilwarparlor.tumblr.com

Victoria Woodhull was an American leader of the woman's suffrage movement and a woman of many firsts. She was the first woman to start a weekly newspaper, the first woman to operate a brokerage firm on Wall Street, and in 1872, she was the first female candidate for President of the United States.

Annie Rogers (aka Della Moore) was a prostitute in the Old West, best known as being the girlfriend of outlaw Kid Curry, who rode with the Wild Bunch gang.

Photo of the Dalton Gang after their failed bank robbery attempt in 1892. The robbery attempt failed when the townspeople recognized the notorious bandits. The townspeople armed themselves and killed the bandits in a raging gun battle.

Before Bonnie fell in love with Clyde, there was Rose Dunn. 15 year old Rose met outlaw George "Bittercreek" Newcomb and fell in love. Rose knew how to rope, ride, & shoot, but was more famous for her beauty and gentle ways, and was nicknamed "Rose of Cimarron". While her lover robbed banks, Rose tended his gun wounds, until one day when George stopped in to see Rose, her brothers turned in George to the law who ambushed him at her door step. She retired from outlawry and married a…