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Jessie James Murdering Outlaw or American Hero There are two sides to everything Coins have both heads and tales the moon has a dark side and a face that we are so familiar with and yes the Lochness Monster has both a head and a tail To every opinion or story there will always be one that contradicts it This is the case with conceptions regarding Jesse James Jesse Woodson James was born on the cold and early morning of September 6 1847 in Kearney Missouri At the age of fourteen Jesse joined the Confederate effort during the Civil War and fought until a Union bullet injured him in 1865 Instead of becoming a farmer like most of the rest of the beaten Confederacy Jesse turned to crime From 1866 to 1882 Jesse his brother Frank and other ex-Confederates robbed over fifteen different banks and trains The James Gang operated in the Mid-west until a fellow gang member shot Jesse in the back of the head There are two different schools of thought regarding James Most people consider Jesse James a murdering outlaw who was driven by a greed for money while others sympathize with Jesse and view him as an American hero who had no choice but to turn to crime Ironically Jesses father was a Baptist preacher but he did not have much if any influence on Jesse considering that his mother married three times Jesses childhood abruptly ended when he was 14 years old During this time Civil War had broken out dividing the United States into two parts Not wanting to be left out Jesse joined a Confederate regiment led by Lieutenant Bloody Bill Anderson Unlike most other confederate regiments Bloody Bill Andersons regiment would use small gang hit-and-run attacks and raid mostly northern cities in Kansas and Missouri Bruns 35 James rode with Anderson until he was wounded and sent home in 1865 After Jesses recovery
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