The Youngers' Fight For Freedom A Southern Soldier's Twenty Years Campaign To Open Northern Prison Doors, With Anecdotes Of War Days, By W. C. Bronaugh of Company K. 16th Missouri Infantry, C. S. A.

By: Bronaugh, W. C.

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TITLE CONTINUED>>>Who Spent The Period From 1882 To 1902 To Secure The Release Of Cole, Jim, And Bob Younger From The Minnesota State Penitentiary Last Relics Of The War Between The States. 398 pages, photos. Six-Guns 283 scarce, " A book different from all the others dealing with the James and Younger brothers and reliable. Bronaugh wrote letters, traveled thousands of miles, spent his own money to obtain the Youngers' release." Rader 495

Title: The Youngers' Fight For Freedom A Southern Soldier's Twenty Years Campaign To Open Northern Prison Doors, With Anecdotes Of War Days, By W. C. Bronaugh of Company K. 16th Missouri Infantry, C. S. A.

Author Name: Bronaugh, W. C.

Categories: Gunmen,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Columbia Missouri, Stephens Publishing Company: 1906

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Type: Book

Seller ID: 1547

Keywords: Jesse James, Cole Younger, Youngers, outlaws, bank robbers, Northfield Raid, Civil War, Frank James, James Younger Gang