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The Natchez Trial of Bill McCoy
MS Sandbar Fight that Made Jim Bowie Famous
Luke Short, Gambler and Gunfighter
Mississippi Executions, 1804 - 1860
The Murder of Bill Chisholm
The Notorious Outlaw, Kinnie Wagner
Joseph Thompson Hare, Outlaw of the Natchez Trace
The Notorious Copeland Gang
The Barney Lewis Train Robbery
John Murel and the Mystic Clan
Samuel Mason, Highwayman
The Harpes, First Serial Killers in the Territory
The White Caps and Will Purvis
Boss Weatherford & the Dearman Murder
Eugene Bunch, Gentleman Train Robber
The Killing of Col. Crane
The Copiah County Election Murder
The McGrews of Alabama, Mississippi & Texas
Jesse James in Mississippi
Revenge for a Brother's Reprimand
In the News: Newspaper Clippings
The Nicholson Murder, Jasper County
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