Jim Roberts

January 2001
Great Gunfighters of the Wild West;2001, p43
The article profiles Jim Roberts, a gunfighter during the Pleasant Valley War in Arizona that started in 1887. He fought for the Tewksbury family during the feud at Pleasant Valley. Roberts became a deputy sheriff after the end of the conflict. In a robbery at the Bank of Arizona in Clarksdale in 1928, the gunfighter shot a robber and arrested another.


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