July 3, 1871 in History
Event:
Jesse James robs bank in Corydon, Iowa ($45,000)




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Jesse
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Related Year:
1871

Related Events:
July 3





Jesse James History:
April 3, 1882 - Jesse James, outlaw, shot dead at 34, in St. Joseph, Missouri by Robert Ford
July 7, 1875 - Jesse James robs train in Otterville, Missouri
December 8, 1874 - Jesse James gang takes train at Muncie, Kansas
January 31, 1874 - Jesse James gang robs train at Gads Hill, Missouri
July 21, 1873 - Jesse James and James Younger gang's 1st train robbery (Adair Iowa)
April 12, 1872 - Jesse James gang robs bank in Columbia, Kentucky (1 dead/$1,500)
June 3, 1871 - Jesse James and his gang robs Obocock Bank (Corydon Iowa), of $15,000
December 7, 1868 - Jesse James gang robs bank in Gallatin, Missouri, kills 1
March 20, 1868 - Jesse James Gang robs bank in Russelville Kentucky of $14,000
May 23, 1867 - Jesse James-gang rob bank in Richmond Missouri (2 die, $4,000 taken)
March 2, 1867 - Jesse James-gang robs bank in Savannah Missouri, 1 dead
October 30, 1866 - Jesse James gang robs bank in Lexington Missouri ($2000)
February 13, 1866 - Jesse James holds up his 1st bank, Liberty, Missouri ($15,000)
September 27, 1864 - Jesse James' gang surprise attack train: 150 killed
September 5, 1847 - Jesse James, Missouri, bank/train robber, son of a clergyman


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