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Bonnie and Clyde, notorious outlaws of the Great Depression, Tim Cooke

Summary
Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker, the notorious Bonnie and Clyde, ruled the front of newspapers and the publics imagination in the 1930s. While most of the nation suffered under the Great Depression, the duo and their gang pulled off a string of robberies, leaving many dead in their daring escapes. Readers will learn why these two famous figures have been romanticized by so many, even today, and follow Texas Ranger Frank Hamer as his posse tracks down and ambushes the outlaws. Primary sources, historical photographs, and revealing quotations shed more light on the dramatic true story
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Physical Description
48 pages, illustrations (some color), 25 cm.
Isbn
9781482442526

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