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The Untold Story of the Canadian Woman Who Became the West's Most Notorious Bandit

November 2, 2021 | Trade paperback
ISBN: 9781335424891
$24.99
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Description

The little-known story of Pearl Hart, the most famous female bandit in the American West.

On May 30, 1899, history was made when Pearl Hart, disguised as a man, held up a stagecoach in Arizona and robbed the passengers at gunpoint. A manhunt ensued as word of her heist spread, and Pearl Hart went on to become a media sensation and the most notorious female outlaw on the Western frontier. Her early life, family and fate after her later release from prison have long remained a mystery to scholars and historians--until now.

Drawing on groundbreaking research into territorial records and genealogical data, 's is the first book to uncover the enigma of Pearl Hart. Hailed by many as "The Bandit Queen," her epic life of crime and legacy as a female trailblazer provide a crucial lens into the lives of the rare women who made their mark in the American West.

ISBN: 9781335424891
Format: Trade paperback
Pages: 336
Publisher: Hanover Square Press
Published: 2021-11-02

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