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Photo #28677

Last Name: Reed

First Name : Nathaniel

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Subject's City: Tulsa

Subject's State: OK

Subject's County: Tulsa

Subject's Country: United States

Date: 1921-1940


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Comments: Nathaniel Reed (Nee: ) | Tulsa OK United States | 1921-1940 | Comments: 1950- Tulsa, Oklahoma- outlaw Nathaniel Reed, AKA Texas Jack, died. In 1894 accompanied by Buss Luckey, Tom Root, Bill Smith, and a couple others, held up a Missouri pacific train near Muskogee in the Cherokee nation having been told that $60,000 was in the express car. The gang was driven off when Deputy U.S. Marshall “Bud” Ledbetter and three deputies opened fire from within the express car. A shot up Texas Jack slithered back into Arkansas where he was later arrested. Texas Jack was paroled in 1897 having seen the light preaching a warning for folks not to follow his example. He later appeared in a show called “Texas Jack, Train Robber”, and sold seventy thousand copies of “The Life of Texas Jack”.

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