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Bonnie Parker- Born- Bonnie was born October 1 1910 in Rowena Texas Early life- Bonnie was a great student in high school and was very smart Her father died when she was young which forced her mother to move in with her parents in Cement City near Dallas This is where she spent 16 years of her life 1926- Bonnie Married young at 16 and her immature no sense husband ended up in the penitentiary a year later 1927- became a waitress and was poor Bonnie soon realized life must have more to offer than this Clyde Chestnut Barrow- A rather slick fellow with greased back hair and a short man at 5 7 with brown eyes and hair Born- into a dirt poor family I do not know the exact date Early life- Moved with his parents to Dallas where his father ran a gas station He too realized life must have something more for him The Dual of Bonnie and Clyde Bonnie and Clyde American heroes or vicious outlaws you decide These two lived during the depression of America They were both born poor and became poorer as they grew up Americans felt they were being taken for all they had and what was worse that it was by their own Government The saying of a free America soon became the national joke Restless and poor Bonnie and Clyde decided it was time to take action Bringing Terror to banks and store throughout the states of Texas Oklahoma Missouri Louisiana and New Mexico Americans loved them and their Robin Hood type acts and having a female bonnie made it even better and brought more attention This was not only a story of two thief crooks or whatever some may call them This was also a love story Bonnie and Clyde did not care what happened to anything except each other They carried a
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