Red Pipkin Outlaw from the Black River Country

Tanner, Karen Holliday; Tanner Jr., John D.
October 2003
Wild West;Oct2003, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p30
Profiles notorious outlaw Daniel Moroni Pipkin. Personal background; Factor that spurred him to lawlessness; His fled to Mexico; Involvement in a train robbery; Description of his life as a fugitive; Details of his arrest, imprisonment and release. INSETS: The Van Musgrave Gang;Bernard shandon rodey.


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