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         James Jesse:     more books (103)
  1. Jesse James: Last Rebel of the Civil War by T.J. Stiles, 2003-10-28
  2. Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, The: A Novel (P.S.) by Ron Hansen, 2007-09-01
  3. Jesse James: The Best Writings on the Notorious Outlaw and His Gang by Harold Dellinger, 2007-05-01
  4. Frank & Jesse James, 2E: The Story Behind the Legend by Ted Yeatman, 2003-02-01
  5. The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford by Ron Hansen, 1997-02-26
  6. Jesse and Frank James: The Family History by Phillip Steele, 1987-06-30
  7. The Life, Times, and Treacherous Death of Jesse James(Legends of the West) by Frank Triplett, 2000-04
  8. Jesse James, My father: The First and Only True Story of His Adventures by Jesse James, 2010-04-04
  9. Jesse James: Wild West Train Robber (Best of the West Biographies) by Elaine Landau, 2004-08
  10. The Elements of User Experience: User-Centered Design for the Web by Jesse James Garrett, 2002-10-21
  11. I Am Jesse James by Jesse James, 2004-05-11
  12. I, Jesse James by James R. Ross, 1989-01
  13. The Elements of User Experience: User-Centered Design for the Web and Beyond (2nd Edition) (Voices That Matter) by Jesse James Garrett, 2010-12-30
  14. Jesse James: The Man and The Myth by Marley Brant, 1998-01-01

1. Jesse James - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The Civil War devastated Missouri, and shaped the life of Jesse James. After a series of campaigns and battles between conventional armies in 1861,
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Jump to: navigation search For other persons named Jesse James, see Jesse James (disambiguation) Jesse Woodson James
Jesse James Born September 5
Clay County
Missouri USA Died April 3 (age 34)
St. Joseph, Missouri
Jesse Woodson James September 5 April 3 ) was an American outlaw and the most famous member of the James-Younger gang . After his death, he became a legendary figure of the Wild West
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Jesse Woodson James was born in Clay County Missouri , near the site of present day Kearney . His father, Robert James , was a commercial hemp farmer and Baptist minister from Kentucky who helped found William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri . (Hemp was the raw material for rope, and a major crop in the Missouri River valley.) Robert James traveled to California during the Gold Rush and died there when Jesse was three years old. After his father's death, his mother Zerelda remarried, first to Benjamin Simms, and then to a doctor named Reuben Samuel . After their marriage in 1855, Samuel moved into the James home. Jesse had two full siblings: his older brother

2. The Outlaw Jesse James
Jesse James is one of the most notorious outlaws of the 19th century. It seems he was destined to live a violent life. He got used to killing during the
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Jesse James full name is Jesse Woodson James. He was born in Missouri, of Reverend Robert and Zerelda James, on September 5, 1847. By the time Jesse was eight, his mother had remarried twice more. From the third marriage, Jesse gained two stepbrothers and two stepsisters, in addition to the two natural brothers he had. He was skilled with horses and a natural leader. He was never a very skilled marksman. In 1861, Jesse's brother Frank left home to fight for the rebel cause. Jesse wanted to join him, but it wasn't until 1863 when he joined Quantrill's raiders. Quantrill didn't really want him, but "Bloody" Bill Anderson took Jesse under his wing. Somehow Jesse acquired the nickname of Dingus. He was part of the Centralia massacre in 1864. He is also known to have been a spy for the rebel army. Jesse was wounded towards the end of the Civil War. He took a bullet through one of his lungs. His cousin Zerelda Mimms nursed him back to health. His recuperation was slow. Frank and Jesse had talked about forming a gang with Cole Younger, but Jesse was not with them when they committed their first robbery in February of 1866 at Liberty, Missouri. Jesse didn't join them until October. Frank and Cole Younger got about $57,000 from that job. But it wasn't until March 1867 that they pulled their first job together. They tried to rob a bank at Savannah. All three aimed at the bank president, but all were poor shots, and only one bullet barely grazed him. This job failed. Two months later a man and his fifteen-year-old son were found dead, thought to have been killed by Jesse. He was very attached to his mother and usually hid out at her house after pulling a job.

3. Jesse James
Jesse James, living in St. Joseph, Missouri under his pseudonym Thomas Howard was shot by Robert Ford on April 4, 1882. Robert Ford was a member of
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Information Lyrics Vance Randolph collected this song in Arkansas in 1920 from a man who reportedly learned it from his father-in-law, "who had often entertained the James and Younger boys in his cabin."
Jesse James, living in St. Joseph, Missouri under his pseudonym "Thomas Howard" was shot by Robert Ford on April 4, 1882. Robert Ford was a member of Jesse's gang whom Jesse regarded as a friend. Ford shot Jesse in the back while Jesse was hanging a picture. According to Randolph the song became popular throughout the Midwest almost immediately after Jesse's death. Ford himself was shot in 1892 by another member of Jesse's gang.
Jesse James was a lad who killed many a man
He robbed the Glendale train;
He stole from the rich and he gave to the poor
He'd a hand and a heart and a brain.
Poor Jesse had a wife to mourn for his life,
Three children, they were brave;
But that dirty little coward that shot Mr. Howard Has laid poor Jesse in his grave.
It was Robert Ford, that dirty little coward;

4. Jesse James: Biography And Much More From
Jesse James , Outlaw Born 5 September 1847 Birthplace Centraville (now Kearney), Missouri Died 3 April 1882 (Shot to death) Best Known As Famous.
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  • Born: 5 September 1847 Birthplace: Centraville (now Kearney), Missouri Died: 3 April 1882 (Shot to death) Best Known As: Famous desperado of the old American west
Jesse James was one of the most famous outlaws of the American West. Young Jesse learned a lot about guerrilla activities during the U.S. Civil War, fighting and sabotaging the Union army in the cause of the Confederacy. After the war, Jesse formed a gang of outlaws, which included his brother Frank James and the brothers Cole and James Younger. In 1866 they began an on-again, off-again crime spree that lasted for 15 years. The James-Younger gang robbed banks and trains throughout the Midwest and the South, eluding law enforcement and gaining a popular following and mythic stature, although their fame soured a bit as they turned increasingly violent in later robberies. James was finally betrayed by one of his own gang, Robert Ford, who shot him to death in Missouri 1882. James's story has been retold in many films with long names, including

5. Jesse James
Jesse James is believed to be responsible for the first daylight bank robbery in the United States. Over the span of 16 years, the JamesYounger gang
Jesse James Jesse James is believed to be responsible for the first daylight bank robbery in the United States. Over the span of 16 years, the James-Younger gang committed 26 holdups in ten states, leaving 14 dead. On April 3, 1882, at the James residence at 1318 Lafayette Street, St. Joseph Missouri, Bob Ford shot and killed April 3, 1882, by a bullet to the back of the head. Although he killed James to collect the $10,000 reward, Ford was charged with murder and sentenced to hang. He was eventually pardoned and died in a bar brawl. return to celebrity morgue

6. Jesse James
Jesse James was born in Clay County, Missouri on 5th September, 1847. His father left home as a child in search of gold in California and never returned.
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Jesse James was born in Clay County, Missouri on 5th September, 1847. His father left home as a child in search of gold in California and never returned. Jessie and his brother Frank James were brought up by their mother, Zeralda James. The James family were owners of slaves and supported the Confederate Army during the American Civil War . In 1862 William Quantrill established a band of guerilla fighters. Jessie James joined and other members of the gang included Frank James Cole Younger and James Younger As well as attacking Union troops the Quantrill Raiders also robbed mail coaches, murdered supporters of Abraham Lincoln and persecuted communities in Missouri and Kansas that Quantrill considered to be anti-Confederate. The gang also gained a reputation for murdering members of the Union Army that the gang had taken prisoner. On 21st August, 1863, the Quantrill Raiders committed one of the worst atrocities of the Civil War when it attacked the town of Lawrence. During the raid Quantrill's gang killed 150 inhabitants and set fire to over 180 buildings. After the war Jessie and his brother Frank James became outlaws and established a gang that included Jessie James Bob Younger Cole Younger James Younger , Bill Chadwell, Clell Miller and Charlie Pitts.

7. Jesse James
Jesse James s birthdate, birth name, Tarot card, Rune, and Numerology!
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(Equivalent of "9/5/1847") The Lovers
: A caring and trusting relationship. Beauty and inner harmony. A decision calling for emotional control and faithfulness to spiritual values.
(Equivalent of "Jesse Woodson James") Othila
is the homeland. Land was the purest form of immovable wealth in Norse civilization, distinct from the movable wealth represented by Fehu. This rune speaks of stability and safety stemming from inheritance, both material and genetic. With respect to the question asked, consider the background of the people and families involved... Birth Mates
(Equivalents of "9/5/1847")
Andy Warhol Ashton Kutcher Chow Yun Fat Freddie Prinze Jr. ... Yoshitaka Amano Public Role (Equivalents of "Jesse James") Words that embody your presence are "Infinity, Monolith, Platinum, Puzzle, Ugliness, Voyeur". Words that embody people or things in your periphery are "Anarchy, Bliss, Cage, Community, Courage, Duty, Ebony, Fascism, Fertility, Fury, Galaxy, Honor, Immunity, Ingenuity, Kaleidoscope, Linguistics, Lizard, Magenta, Misadventure, Mist, Profanity, Pursuit, Retribution, Robot, Sculptor, Secret, Shadow, Steel, Strategy, Technology, Temptation, Trance, Vatican, Virility, Vogue".

8. Barton/Para: Jesse James
Jesse James was a man who was known throughout the land; he was bold, Jesse James and his brother Frank had a Southern mamma and a daddy to thank
Jesse James
(traditional lyrics in italics;
other words by Bob Dyer)
Jesse James was a man who was known throughout the land; he was bold, he was bad but he was brave;
But that dirty little coward that shot down Mr. Howard, has gone and laid poor Jesse in his grave.
Oh, I wonder where my poor old Jesse's gone. (Repeat)
I'm gonna meet him in that land where I´ve never been before. I wonder where my poor old Jesse's gone.
Jesse James and his brother Frank had a Southern mamma and a daddy to thank
For raisin´ them up in that good old Southern way.
It was out on the Kansas and Missouri line back in those dark and dangerous times
Just before Missouri got bloodied in the Civil War.
Jesse James, Jesse James, he robbed banks and he robbed trains.
The Pinkerton men tried to hunt him down. They followed him around from town to town, But they never laid a hand on Jesse James
There was lots of bad trouble on the border back then and a lot of the fightin´ had to do with revenge. There wasn´t much way you could sit back and not take sides.

9. City Of St. Joseph, Missouri
Of all the worlds legendary characters, few have attracted worldwide fascination like the outlaw, jesse james. Some call him America s Robin Hood,
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10. American Experience | Jesse James | PBS
The story of jesse james remains one of America s most cherished myths and one of its most wrongheaded. Less heroic than brutal, james was a product of
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11. Jesse James Gedcom Page
The jessejames Discussion Mailing List - Friends, family and other Missouri Outlaws are welcome topics. To subscribe send the word subscribe (without the
Most Wanted: Frank and Jesse James
1999 marks the 29th year of the Annual Jesse James Festival
Festival dates: September 17-19, 1999
For more info
Jesse and Frank James Historical Society at RootsWeb
    I have made this page for everyone with the JAMES surname. Having the JAMES surname, everyone assumes you are related. It was not an easy thing to do, but after years of hearing the "family traditions", I finally made an effort to prove (or disprove) the traditions. At this time, I have not been able to prove any and have disproved several. I have found many other exciting things about our JAMES line from Missouri. But no direct link to Frank and Jesse's Family. So please don't send your Frank and Jesse queries to me! Add them to the GenConnect Message Board below. Thanks and Good Luck in your quest! I made and posted the JAMES Brother's Gedcom on AOL a couple of years ago. I have posted their family tree below. If you have more JAMES hyperlinks or would like to post your own "JAMES family tradition" or query please contact me ( See James Family Stories ). Good luck in your JAMES quest. Thanks for stopping by!

Home page for the Friends of the james Farm, home of jesse and Frank james.
FRIENDS OF THE JAMES FARM Jesse James Discussion Board This month in James History James Farm News
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Upcoming Events: February Special Exhibit – Visitors to the Farm – August 1899
March 15 Ladies Tea at Mt. Gilead
April 5 Black Powder Shoot
May Special Traveling Exhibit – Voices of American Farm Women
June 21 FOTJF Annual Meeting, Writer’s Workshop and Black Powder Shoot
Sept 20 Black Powder Shoot
Please call 816.628.6065 for information.
The James Farm
21216 James Farm Road
Kearney, Missouri 64060 Hours (May-September): Monday-Sunday: 9:00am-4:00pm Hours (October-April): Monday-Saturday: 9:00am-4:00pm Sunday: Noon-4:00pm Admission: Adults: $7.50 Seniors (62 and over): $6.50 Children (8-15): $4.00

13. Shadows Of The Past, Inc., Looks At Jesse James
Take a chronological look at the events in the life of the outlaw jesse james.
Chronology of Jesse James
January 10, 1843 - Alexander Franklin James born in Kentucky July 19, 1845 - Robert James Jr. was born near Centerville (Kearney), MO, on the farm in Kearney. Died 33 days later. September 5, 1847 - Jesse Woodson James born on the 257-acre farm as well November 25, 1849 - Susan Lavenia James born. August 18, 1850 - Rev. Robert James dies of food poisoning in a Placerville, California gold camp after deserting his family to seek riches during the Gold Rush. September 25, 1855 - Zerelda marries her third husband Dr. Reuben Samuel after second husband, Benjamin Simms, is killed in a horse accident. December 26, 1858 - Sarah (Sallie) Louisa born to Zerelda and Rueben. May 4, 1861 - Frank James joins the Confederate Army at 18. Later is paroled and joins William Clark Quantrill. December 25, 1861 - John Thomas born to Zerelda and Rueben. 1862 - Jesse has image done by tintypist in Kansas City. 1863 - Lawrence, Kansas massacre, a bloodbath where hundreds of raiders led by Quantrill tore through the Unionist town, looting every building, robbed two banks, burning most buildings to the ground, and murdering nearly 200 unarmed men and boys. Frank was a member, but there is some doubt that Jesse had joined. Stories tell how Jesse bragged at the killing of 36. October 18, 1863 - Fannie Quantrill born to Zerelda and Rueben.

14. Jesse James Garrett:
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15. The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford 13k - Cached - Similar pages jesse james (I)Actor The Butterfly Effect. jesse james was born in Palm Springs, California to Shane and Jaime. He Visit IMDb for Photos, Filmography, Discussions,
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16. The JAMES - YOUNGER GANG Homepage
When you re done, try The jesse james Virtual Museum, or Friends of the james Farm, or TIM S 1880 S INFO SWAP, or COOPER S QA FOR THE OLD WEST, or jesse
Come Ride With Us
Organized 1866 - Reorganized 1993
Y ou too can become a member of the Gang! Join us to preserve and promote the true story of the James - Younger Gang, their families, Civil War guerilla associates, and that exciting time in American history in which they lived.
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When you're done, try The Jesse James Virtual Museum , or Friends of the James Farm , or TIM'S 1880'S INFO SWAP , or COOPER'S Q-A FOR THE OLD WEST , or Jesse James , or The Notorious Clanton Gang , or the site, or Teddy Blue's Bunkhouse , or The Kansas Heritage Server Home Page , or OKLAHOMBRES Online , or The Shadows Of The Past Home Page , or City Hall Online - Liberty, Missouri , or Simitar's Civil War Videos , or J. M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum, Gallery of Outlaws

17. Jesse James: Infamous American Outlaw Of The Old West. - The Crime Library
Read all about jesse james, and outlaw and folk hero who remained at large for almost two decades before he was finally gunned down by his accomplice,
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Every century brings its heroes and its villains. Every now and then, however, a character lurches forth with a combination of the two; maybe because the world doesn't know whether to love or hate him or her, he or she becomes a milestone in the study of complex mankind. Nitty, gritty, but with the spirit of a conquering warrior. In short, a legend is born. Such a landmark is Jesse Woodson James. Of James, crime historian Jay Robert Nash asserts, "Millions of words would be written about this handsome, dashing and utterly ruthless bank and train robber. To many of his peers, he would appear a folklore hero who took vengeance in their name upon an industrial society that was grinding the old agrarian lifestyle to ashes. To others, Jesse James and his band represented the last vestiges of the Old South and its lost cause of secession...He was at large for sixteen years. He committed dozens of daring robberies and killed at least a half-dozen or more men. He died at the age of thirty-four." Jesse James at the height of his career, 1876

18. Adaptive Path » Jesse James Garrett
jesse james Garrett is President and a founding partner of Adaptive Path. He is author of The Elements of User Experience (New Riders), and is recognized as
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Jesse James Garrett is President and a founding partner of Adaptive Path. He is author of The Elements of User Experience
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Since starting in the Internet industry in 1995, Jesse has had a hands-on role in almost every aspect of Web development, from interface design and programming to content development and high-level strategy. Today, information architects around the world depend on the tools and concepts he has developed, including the widely acclaimed "Elements of User Experience" model. Jesse is co-founder of the Information Architecture Institute , the only professional organization dedicated to information architecture. He is also a frequent speaker and writer whose work has appeared in numerous publications, including New Architect Digital Web , and Boxes and Arrows Visit Jesse's Personal Site
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19. Defeat Of Jesse James Days
Defeat of jesse james Days is a Northfield, Minnesota, arts fair and carnival.

20. Pony Express Historical Association - Jesse James Museum
Exhibit description, DNA results, gallery, and general information located at St. Joseph.
Home Patee House Museum Jesse Jame Home Pony Express Rerun ... Contact Info. Jesse James Home The James Home is located directly behind Patee House, and was only two blocks away when outlaw Jesse James was gunned down on April 3,1882, by Bob Ford. After the killing, the investigation into the death was conducted at Patee House, and Mrs. James, her two children, and Jesse's mother stayed in Patee House for two nights after he was killed. The James Home contains a number of items owned by Jesse James and his family, and new exhibits on the 1995 exhumation of the infamous ouflaw, including coffin handles, bits of wood, and a pin Jesse James wore in his death photo, as well as numerous photos taken during the exhumation. In 1995, top forensic scientist Professor James E. Starrs, of George Washington University, conducted an exhumation of the grave of Jesse James. In February, 1996, he announced that DNA tests performed on the remains and compared to the DNA of existing known relatives proved a 99.7% chance that the body in the grave is that of Jesse James.
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Jesse James Home Jesse James Home Living Room (the room he was shot in) Kitchen DNA Room Bedroom * Jesse James Home Hours * * Monday - Saturday 10-5 * * Sundays 1-5 * * April-October * * Adults $2.00 * Seniors $1.50 *

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