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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel - KGC View Post
    Was JJ a "Robin Hood" (ROBBING HOOD) & Gangs helping "poor", white citizens in various ways (MOSTLY $$$$$$) in return for "kindness given to the outlaws...? Stories abound!
    John Newman Edwards was CSA Gen Joseph O Shelby's adjutant in the "Iron Brigade" during the War, and new the James and Younger brothers from that time.
    After the War he began the KANSAS CITY TIMES newspaper in response to the Republican military control of Missouri during Reconstruction, and wrote many articles about and even interviews with the James brothers detailing their continued fight against the Union oppression in Missouri detailing their "heroic" efforts to help the defeated oppressed, creating the "robin Hood" legend.
    Joe Shelby, testified on behalf of Frank James at one of James's court trials. in which he was found innocent.
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    I will always consider the 24th Michigan to be the Civil War's "Iron Brigade."

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    Those stories revolve around many outlaws and criminals - down to the Great Depression bank robbers. Little of it is probably fact. The hatred of the institutions - railroad companies, banks, and others - drove people to want to believe it.

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    Could be...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Bookaroo View Post
    I will always consider the 24th Michigan to be the Civil War's "Iron Brigade."

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    f the 24th Michigan was like the 4th Michigan of Colonel Pritchard that stole the capture of President Jefferson Davis from the real Iron Brigade of the First Wisconsin and Colonel Harden then you could be wrong.

    And yes ECS General Shelby's Army was the "Iron Brigade"
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    I am a bit under the weather and not thinking clearly today. My apologies. Obviously the 24th Michigan was a regiment and not a the "Iron Hat" Brigade.

    The Civil War "Iron Brigade" was made up of the "2nd Wisconsin, 6th Wisconsin, 7th Wisconsin, 19th Indiana, 24th Michigan, and Battery B - 4th US Art."

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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    f the 24th Michigan was like the 4th Michigan of Colonel Pritchard that stole the capture of President Jefferson Davis from the real Iron Brigade of the First Wisconsin and Colonel Harden then you could be wrong.

    And yes ECS General Shelby's Army was the "Iron Brigade"
    ...and CSA Gen Joe Shelby and his IRON BRIGADE did not surrender, and when crossing the Rio Grande to offer his commands services to Maximillion of Mexico, Shelby buried the STARS AND BARS on the banks of the river.
    Shelby was also a member of the KGC.
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    That he WAS! The IRON Brigade was composed of KGC fighters of the 1st Degree, aka IRON HAND... From TEXAS!
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    Gen. Shelby, CSA & Confederate Knights later helped Max $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ by appealing to JJ & Gang for assistance.
    Last edited by Rebel - KGC; Jan 12, 2017 at 08:55 AM.
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    Looking for my Max's GOLD folder in the basement...
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    THIS is INTERESTING! MAX's GOLD! West Texas, Castle Gap near Horse-head Crossing, JJ & his Gang; "google" Maximillion's Millions - All Things Adventure. About Maximilian's GOLD in West Texas...
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    Maxi's gold is not in West Texas. JJ and the KGC moved it. I have been waiting for a recovery so I can get out there and recover Maxi's gold. I have the directions.
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    HH! Good Luck! My "sources" indicated West TX, at Castle Gap, which has legends of OTHER Treasures.

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    CSA Gen Jubal Early did not surrender and then we have the missing Richmond Stores...
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