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3 edition of Bill Miner found in the catalog.

Bill Miner

Frank Anderson

Bill Miner

Stagecoach and Train Robber (Frontier Series)

by Frank Anderson

  • 32 Want to read
  • 20 Currently reading

Published by Heritage House Pub Co Ltd .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States - 19th Century,
  • Historical,
  • History,
  • Biography / Autobiography,
  • Biography/Autobiography,
  • General,
  • True crime,
  • USA,
  • Historical - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8342473M
    ISBN 100919214185
    ISBN 109780919214187

    Bill Miner: train robber by Anderson, Frank W., Publication date Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by stationcebu on J SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages: The novel is the first book to offer a hypothetical account of Bill Miner’s life as an outlaw on the run. The book has two timelines: the present, May, and the past period August to September /5(2).

    The story of Bill Miner intrigued Peter, and after years of research, in he published his first book, Interred With Their Bones, for which he received the Lieutenant Governor's award. While researching the Bill Miner book, Peter came across fascinating and little known history of .   The men who worked British Columbia's mines have passed into history. Coal Dust In My Blood is a moving account of one coal miner's life, in plain, evocative language. But this book is much more than a personal memoir. Bill Johnstone's mining career spanned several decades and he worked in a wide variety of :

    For further reading, I recommend an excellent book on Bill Miner, The Grey Fox: The True Story of Bill Miner, Last of the Old-Time Bandits, by John Boessenecker and Mark Dugan, published by the University of Oklahoma Press in Marshall Trimble is Arizona’s official historian. His books include The Arizona Trilogy and Law of the Gun. Bill Miner, the gentleman bandit, enjoyed more popularity in his day than Jesse James or Billy the Kid. He robbed stagecoaches and trains across California, Colorado, Arizona, Georgia, Washington State and British Columbia until just before the First World War, by which time the public actually wanted him to escape the police.


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Bill Miner - 50 Years a Hold-Up Man. Brand Book Vol 8, No. April Bill Miner entered San Quentin Penitentiary in It was the start of a career. Pinkerton Detective Agency acclaimed him master criminal of the West -- credited with stealing over $, from stagecoaches and trains.5/5.

By Caitlin Webster Nicknamed “The Grey Fox” and “The Gentleman Bandit,” Bill Miner was a legendary criminal on both sides of the Canada–U.S.

border. Although he committed dozens of robberies and escaped from multiple prisons, many saw him as a generous folk hero who targeted exploitative corporations only. Library and Archives Canada holds many documents. Old Bill Miner: Last of the Famous Western Bandits - Kindle edition by Anderson, Frank W.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Old Bill Miner: Last of the Famous Western Bandits/5(3).

Bill Miner, the gentleman bandit, enjoyed more popularity in his day than Jesse James or Billy the Kid. He robbed stagecoaches and trains across California, Colorado, Arizona, Georgia, Washington State and British Columbia until just before the First World War, by which point the public actually wanted him to escape the police/5.

For further reading, I recommend an excellent book on Bill Miner, The Grey Fox: The True Story of Bill Miner, Last of the Old-Time Bandits, by John Boessenecker and Mark Dugan, published by the University of Oklahoma Press in Marshall Trimble is Arizona’s official historian.

His books include The Arizona Trilogy and Law of the Gun. John’s book, The Grey Fox: The True Story of Bill Miner, Last of the Old Time Bandits, co-written with Mark Dugan, stands as the definitive biography of.

Bill Miner was first arrested on April 3,convicted on two counts of robbery and sentenced to four years at San Quentin. Over the next thirty-five years Miner spent a total of 29 years and seven months behind bars, was released twice and escaped five times.

Bill Miner was first arrested on April 3,convicted on two counts of robbery and sentenced to four years at San Quentin. Over the next thirty-five years Miner spent a total of 29 years and seven months behind bars, was released twice and escaped five times.

Bill Miner, the gentleman bandit, enjoyed more popularity in his day than Jesse James or Billy the Kid. He robbed stagecoaches and trains across California, Colorado, Arizona, Georgia, Washington State and British Columbia until just before the First World War, by which time the public actually wanted him to escape the : The Grey Fox: The True Story of Bill Miner, Last of the Old-Time Bandits Mark Dugan, Author, John Boessenecker, With University of Oklahoma Press $ (p) ISBN.

Bill Miner and B.C. Tourism In Bill Miner and his two accomplices robbed a Canadian Pacific Railroad train near Kamloops, B.C.

Miner was eventually captured, put on trial in Kamloops (which caused a media frenzy), and sent to the B.C. Penitentiary in New Westminster for imprisonment. In Miner escaped from the B.C. Pen. Silver Bill Miner. likes 5 talking about this. Silver Bill Miner-Based on a true story5/5.

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Bill Miner, the gentleman bandit, enjoyed more popularity in his day than Jesse James or Billy the Kid. He robbed stagecoaches and trains across California, Colorado, Arizona, Georgia, Washington State and British Columbia until just before the First World War, by which point the public actually wanted him to escape the police.

Reporters visited him during his time in jail and dubbed him "Old. Bill Miner’s biographer Peter Grauer has claimed that Spencer’s photo of Miner “is probably the most instantly recognizable individual portrait produced in West Canada at any time.” Both claims are arguable.

Mary Spencer was a meek and mild person, someone who almost spoke in a whisper. Her studio and landscape photos were competent. Bill Brandt ( – ) Fig. Northumbrian Miner at His Evening Meal () Initial Thoughts: Real photo of a Northern Miner and his no punches.

Doesnt clean it up, doesn’t wait for sunday best, Makes the photo as it is. ~Information by Peter Grauer – Kamloops Historian, quotation from his book, “Interred With Their Bones, Bill Miner in Canada, to ” Where did Bill Miner Go.

There was little real evidence of where Bill Miner went after his escape. A farmer near Mission BC reported having given a meal to an old man on August 12 th The farmer. William David MinerPhoenix - William David Miner, passed away Ap He was born in Indianapolis, Indiana to Charles and Mildred Miner.

Bill skated with Ice Capades in his youth. About the Book. Bill Miner, the gentleman bandit, enjoyed more popularity in his day than Jesse James or Billy the Kid.

He robbed stagecoaches and trains across California, Colorado, Arizona, Georgia, Washington State and British Columbia until just before the First World War, by which point the public actually wanted him to escape the police. A recounting of the turn-of-the-century exploits of Bill Miner, ""one of the moat wanted outlaws in North America."" He also turns out to have been one of the least colorful.

Dugan (Interdisciplinary Studies/Appalachian State Univ.) and Boessenecker (Badge and Buckshot, ) attempt to breathe dramatic life into their protagonist with frequent references to Billy the Kid, Butch Cassidy, et al.Bill Miner, the gentleman bandit, enjoyed more popularity in his day than Jesse James or Billy the Kid.

He robbed stagecoaches and trains across California, Colorado, Arizona, Georgia, Washington State and British Columbia until just before the First World War, by which point the public actually wanted him to escape the police.

Bill Miner’s notorious career as an outlaw became the subject of numerous articles and books. InCanadian film producer Phillip Borso, doing business as Mercury Pictures Inc., made a major motion picture titled The Grey Fox, starring Richard W.

Farnsworth (), about Miner’s criminal exploits in the Pacific Northwest.