Peter Archer, pseud. of Kathryn Jackson and Bryon Jackson.
|Statement||Pictures by Beth and Joe Krush.|
|Series||Golden story books,, 5|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.A675 St|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||49049191|
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The Last Stagecoach Robbery How two men created one of the most authentic lost treasure stories in Nevada history. March 1, Marshall Trimble Some books claim Pearl Hart and her cohort Joe Boot held up the last stagecoach in America in in Arizona but historians agree the. A stagecoach robbery is a deterrent she did not count on, nor need. When the robbers learn her husband is a wealthy rancher, she’s taken hostage, costing her precious time in a plan that hinges on timeliness. She hates the leader of the highwaymen/5. Treasure of The Stagecoach Robbery at Jarbidge Nevada A lost treasure of gold from the Old West still waiting to be found This is The tale of the stagecoach robbery at Jarbidge Nevada which was carrying a shipment of Gold from the mines. The stolen Gold was . Stagecoach robbery “Red Jack” Almer, also known as Jack Averill, led the Red Jack Gang, preying on Arizona stagecoaches during the early s, particularly along the San Pedro River. On one such occasion, the gang held up a stage near Riverside on Aug