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Younger, James 1848-1902

Works: 108 works in 249 publications in 1 language and 5,806 library holdings
Genres: Records and correspondence  History 
Classifications: D772.3, 977.3
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World's deadliest sea disaster( Visual )

2 editions published between 1998 and 2003 in English and held by 22 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

On the evening of Jan. 30, 1945, the German luxury liner, the Wilhelm Gustloff, set sail with more than 6000 German refugees aboard. 9 hours later, 3 torpedos fired from a Russian submarine caused the ship to sink in less than an hour into the cold Baltic Sea waters, taking all but 996 of the passengers with her. The sinking marked the worst maritime disaster in history. Experts use 21st century technology to reconstruct the disaster. Includes personal narrative by 5 survivors of the disaster
The Religious Tract Society's list by Religious Tract Society (Great Britain)( Book )

1 edition published in 1886 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Northfield (Minnesota) bank robbery of 1876 Selected manuscript collections and government records( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The letters and reminiscences in the manuscript collections (undated and 1876-1962) primarily recount the personal experiences of southern Minnesota residents during the robbery and subsequent manhunt. The research file (1921-1923) was compiled by William Watts Folwell and includes manuscript items pertaining to the robbery, including Cole Younger's handwritten narrative description of the robbery; research notes and correspondence on the subject; and Folwell's manuscript describing the robbery and subsequent events in the lives of the Younger brothers
Pardon Matters: Younger Brothers (File 644c) by Minnesota( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Other items in the file include state prison warden Henry Wolfer's letter forwarding the Youngers' paroles to the State Board of Parole (June 1901) and several requests -- from the Redwood Falls, Minnesota, Gazette for immediate notification of a parole (July 1901), from W.C. Bronaugh for State Board of Parole's copies of all Minnesota and Missouri petitions received in support of the Youngers' release (May 1903), and from several Missourians for the exact wording of Cole Younger's pardon regarding public exhibition of himself (February 1903, February 1904)
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The last hurrah of the James-Younger gangThe Younger brothersOutlaws : the illustrated history of the James-Younger gang
Alternative Names
Jim Younger American outlaw

Jim Younger Amerikaans Vogelvrij (1848-1902)

Jim Younger bandoleru estauxunidense (1848–1902)

Jim Younger forajido estadounidense

Younger, James H. 1848-1902

Younger, James Henry 1848-1902

Younger, Jim 1848-1902


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