Wild West Outlaws and Lawmen

Gunfighters and Tin Stars
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At the height of his career as a lawmen he was Sheriff of Ford County, Kansas.
  • Bat Masterson
  • Tom Mix
  • Rooster Cogburn
  • John Henry
  • 2
    This outlaw's legend as a famous bandit is arguably undeserved. In actuality, he killed four men on his own and participated in the killing of several more, but he never did rob a bank, store or stagecoach.
  • Doc Holliday
  • Billy the Kid
  • Jesse James
  • Cole Younger
  • 3
    Robert Leroy Parker and Henry Longabaugh were better known as this
  • Frank and Jesse James
  • Little Bart and The Waco Kid
  • Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid
  • Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid
  • 4
    Wearing a linen duster and a flour-sack mask, he robbed 28 stagecoaches of their strongboxes in California and Oregon with an unloaded shotgun and never touched a passenger.
  • William Munny
  • Zorro
  • Crazy Casey Clark
  • Black Bart
  • 5
    Calamity Jane got her name when she killed four men in a gunfight in Sioux City, Iowa.
  • True
  • False
  • 6
    This gang of brothers started out as lawmen after their older brother, a Deputy US Marshal was killed in the line of duty. Within three years they became notorious outlaws
  • Frank and Jesse James
  • The Hole-in-the-Wall Gang
  • The Younger Brothers
  • The Dalton Gang
  • 7
    He was a dentist, a gambler and possibly a stage coach robber, in addition to being a close friend of Wyatt Earp. He died of tuberculosis at the age of 36.
  • Bat Masterson
  • Doc Holliday
  • Ike Clanton
  • Wild Buck Fly
  • 8
    These boys were sympathetic to the Southern cause during the Civil War. After the war was over they had long careers as robbers and murderers.
  • The Earps
  • The Pinkertons
  • Frank and Jesse James
  • The Smith and Jones Boys
  • 9
    This outlaw had a bad temper but became a legend mostly because he was in with the Clantons in Tombstone, Arizona. There is no record that he ever actually had a single gunfight though he did shoot several unarmed men.
  • Johnny Ringo
  • Scott Cooley
  • Curly Bill Brocius
  • Morgan Earp
  • 10
    The Hole-in-the-Wall Gang took its name from the Hole-in-the-Wall Pass in Johnson County, Wyoming, where several outlaw gangs had their hideouts.
  • True
  • False
  • 11
    Perhaps the most famous and feared gunman in the history of the Wild West, he is reputed to have killed 30 to 40 men including a man that he shot for snoring.
  • Bill Doolin
  • Dynamite Dick Clifton
  • John Wesley Hardin
  • Texas John Slaughter
  • 12
    He was, perhaps, the west's most celebrated lawman even though only six of his 80 years were spent in that capacity. His friends included Bat Masterson and Doc Holliday
  • Pat Garrett
  • Wyatt Earp
  • Heck Thomas
  • Buffalo Bill Cody
  • 13
    He knew next to nothing about the law and reputedly thought habeas corpus was a profanity. When performing marriage ceremonies, he always ended the service by saying "And may God have mercy on your soul."
  • Governor Sam Houston
  • Kit Carson
  • Deputy Marshal Chris Madsen
  • Judge Roy Bean
  • 14
    This lawman is most famous for killing Billy the Kid.
  • Pat Garrett
  • Wild Bill Hickok
  • Wyatt Earp
  • Alan Pinkerton
  • 15
    Put the events in the order they took place
    • There is a gunfight at the OK Corrall
    • Wild Bill Hickok is shot in the back while playing poker
    • Butch & Sundance robbed the Union Pacific Overland Flyer
    • Frank and Jesse James rob their first bank
    • The last stagecoach robbery in US history took place in Nevada

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