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life of Texas Jack: eight years a criminal--41 years trusting in God.

Nathaniel Reed

life of Texas Jack: eight years a criminal--41 years trusting in God.

by Nathaniel Reed

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Published by Nortex Press in Quanah, Tex .
Written in English

    Places:
  • West (U.S.)
    • Subjects:
    • Reed, Nathaniel, 1862-1950.,
    • Criminals -- West (U.S.) -- Biography.,
    • West (U.S.) -- History -- 1890-1945.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementWith introd. and notes, by Glenn Shirley.
      SeriesMesquite collector series, no. 1
      ContributionsShirley, Glenn.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF595.R37 A34
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxii, 66 p.
      Number of Pages66
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5099133M
      LC Control Number74171062

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He also wrote a small book entitled “The Life of Texas Jack, Eight Years a Criminal – 41 Years Trusting in God.” Though he desperately wanted to interest motion picture producers in his life story, they never responded, probably because he had turned himself in, rather than being captured with “guns blazing.”.

Reed became an evangelist in his later years, and could often be seen on the streets of Tulsa preaching against the dangers of following a “life of crime”.

He wrote his own memoirs, “The Life of Texas Jack, Eight Years a Criminal – 41 Years Trusting in God.”. Nathaniel Reed “Texas Jack” (Ma – January 7, ) – Hailing from Arkansas, Reed became a proficient bank and train robber in Indian Territory, claiming to have pulled off four train.

He also wrote a small book entitled "The Life of Texas Jack, Eight Years a Criminal - 41 Years Trusting in God." Though he desperately wanted to interest motion picture producers in his life story, they never responded, probably because he had turned himself in, rather than being captured with "guns blazing.".

He also wrote a small book entitled “The Life of Texas Jack, Eight Years a Criminal – 41 Years Trusting in God.” I don’t know how much is truth or fiction but the following three links give some interesting highlights of Nathaniel Reed’s life: The Spell of the West: Texas Jack Legends of America: Nathaniel Reed “Texas Jack” ( The Life of Texas Jack: eight years a criminal–41 years trusting in God.

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Guardian of the law: the. Unable to completely abandon his glory days, however, Texas Jack toured with a number of Wild West shows, touted himself as the last survivor of the “47 most notorious outlaws” of the Indian Territory, and even wrote his memoirs, The Life of Texas Jack: Eight Years as a Criminal Years Trusting in God.

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Nate wasn’t born bad, he sort of fell into the life by being in the wrong places at the wrong times. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.In his book, The Life of Texas Jack: Eight Years a Criminal—41 Years Trusting in God, he readily admitted that he was the notorious Texas Jack, who for eight years rode the outlaw trail.A hard life of grief and bad breaks can also knock the stuffing out of a criminal by up to 2 points, leaving her a shell of what she was.

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