Bob Ford, the man who killed Jesse James, was shot down in Creede, Colorado, by Edward O'Kelley
- "THAT DIRTY LITTLE COWARD!" Clark, Tony // 2001: A Texas Folklore Odyssey;2001, p26
Features Robert Newton Ford, the alleged murderer of outlaw Jesse James. Relationship of Ford with James; Practical motive behind the murder of James; Probable reasons for the murder of Ford.
- The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. Markovitz, Adam // Entertainment Weekly;10/5/2007, Issue 957, p75
The article reviews the book "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford," by Ron Hansen.
- Bandit heroes. Bruns, Roger A. // Cobblestone;May96, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p2
Chronicles the popularity of outlaws and bandits in the American culture. Glorification of the deeds of criminal, Jesse James through songs and myths; Americans' acceptance of thugs as heroes; Myths on James' death.
- The Story of JESSE JAMES. Akay, Haluk // Creative Kids;Summer2008, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p25
The article focuses on the story of the American outlaw Jesse James who has participated in the civil war in Missouri.
- George Shepherd 'killed' Jesse James--at least that's what the ex-bushwhacker and 'gang member' claimed. Wood, Larry // Wild West;Jun2005, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p64
Focuses on Western gunman George Shepherd who allegedly killed gang member Jesse James. Statement given by Shepherd regarding his claims of killing the robber at Shoal Creek in Austin, Texas; His efforts to gain the trust of the members of the James Gang; Speculations regarding the alleged...
- TRAILING THE JAMES BOYS ACROSS DAKOTA. McGrane, Martin // South Dakota Magazine;Jul/Aug2006, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p59
Recounts the story wherein notorious outlaw Jesse James and brother Frank allegedly jump the Devil's Gulch in September 1876 using a nearly blind horse to flee the Dakota Territory. Assistance given by farmers in Rolph Farms to James and his brother; Details of the travel made by James and his...
- Jesse James. // Great Gunfighters of the Wild West;2001, p46
The article profiles Jesse James, a thief and killer during the Wild West period in the U.S. He was involved in the murder of unarmed Union soldiers in Centralia, Missouri in 1864. The killing of Major A. V. Johnson who pursued them after the murder was credited to James. The outlaw and his...
- Jesse James Photo Sold. // Wild West;Aug2011, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p8
The article reports that the signed photograph of Western outlaw Jesse James has been sold at the Leslie Hindman Auctioneers' Fine Books and Manuscripts Auction held on April 5, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois.
- Jesse James, Missourian. // Vietnam;Oct2015, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p62
An excerpt from the article "The State of Jesse James" by Jim Winnerman in the August 2015 issue of "Wild West" magazine is presented, which discusses the popularity of American outlaw Jesse James and a festival held in Kearney, Missouri annually in his honor.