The Fight for the Wild West: The Great Train Robbers
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|Caption||The Fight for the Wild West: The Great Train Robbers. The cowboys – most of them honest, hard-working men – played a major role in the West's story. Cattle driving was on a great scale. In 1867, 38,000 head of cattle were driven up from Texas to Abilene in Kansas, for the train journey to America's eastern states.".|
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|America wild west Jesse James Colt .45 Winchester Rifle railroads railways robbery cattle rustling Texas Abilene John Slaughter Cochise County Arizona peace-officer Texas Rangers Kansas Pacific Railroad Fight Great Train Robbers|
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