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The Dalton gang story : lawmen to outlaws

by Nancy B. Samuelson
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Eastford, Connecticut : Shooting Star Press, c1992
183 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Sources and author's notes: p. 173-183.

In 1892 members of the Dalton Gang were killed during a bank robery and gunfight in Coffeyville, Kansas. The Dalton brothers were descendents of Timothy and Elizabeth Dalton of Bedford Co., Virginia and "Lighthorse" Harry Lee and Charles Younger through their parents, James Lewis Dalton (1826-1890) and Adeline Lee Younger (1835-1925). The Dalton brothers were cousins of the Younger brothers of the James-Younger gang. Four brothers eventually became outlaws. Bob and Grat were killed at Coffeyville, Bill was killed a few years latter and Emmett (after being seriously wounded in the Coffeyville raid) served time in the penitentiary and eventually settled in California where he died in 1937. Descendents live in California and Oklahoma.

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