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  1. Billy the Kid - Wikipedia

    5 days ago · Billy the Kid (born Henry McCarty; September 17 or November 23, 1859 – July 14, 1881), also known by the pseudonym William H. Bonney, was an Irish-American outlaw and gunfighter of the American Old West who killed eight men before he was shot and killed at the age of 21.

    • William H. Bonney, Henry Antrim, Kid Antrim
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  2. Brushy Bill Roberts - Wikipedia

    Feb 10, 2021 · Despite the discrepancies noted above, the Hico Chamber of Commerce has capitalized on his claim by opening the "Billy the Kid Museum" in the historic Western section of Hico. In the downtown is a marker devoted to Brushy Bill: "Ollie L. 'Brushy Bill' Roberts, alias Billy the Kid, died in Hico, Texas, December 27, 1950.

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    • William H. Bonney (alias, Billy the Kid, allegedly), Henry Antrim, Henry McCarty, Oliver L. Roberts
  3. Bouncing back: Billy the kid looms as an X-factor

    Jan 30, 2021 · Young gun centre Billy Smith is the forgotten man of the Roosters' squad but will be targeting a big 2021 season – once he gets back into the team. ... Billy the kid looms as an X-factor. Author ...

    • Billy the Kid | The Wild West | BBC Documentary
    • Cowboys & Outlaws: The True Story of Billy The Kid - Full Episode (S1, E4) | History
    • Billy the Kid’s Death | A Real Cold Case Expert's Opinion
    • Billy The Kid Vs. Dracula
  4. Murder ignites Lincoln County War - HISTORY
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    Long simmering tensions in Lincoln County, New Mexico, explode into a bloody shooting war when gunmen murder the English rancher John Tunstall.

    Tunstall had established a large ranching operation in Lincoln County two years earlier in 1876, stepping into the middle of a dangerous political and economic rivalry for control of the region. Two Irish-Americans, J.J. Dolan and L.G. Murphy, operated a general store called The House, which controlled access to lucrative beef contracts with the government. The big ranchers, led by John Chisum and Alexander McSween, didnt believe merchants should dominate the beef markets and began to challenge The House. Tunstall, a wealthy young English emigrant, soon realized that his interests were with Chisum and McSween in this conflict, and he became a leader of the anti-House forces. He won Dolans and Murphys lasting enmity by establishing a competing general merchandise store in Lincoln. By 1877, the power struggle was threatening to become overtly violent, and Tunstall began to hire young gunmen for protection, including the soon-to-be-infamous William Bonney, better known as Billy the Kid.

    Early the next year, The House used its considerable political resources to strike back at Tunstall, winning a court order demanding that Tunstall turn over some of his horses to pay an outstanding debt. When Tunstall refused to turn over the horses, the House-controlled Lincoln County sheriff dispatched a posse-with William Morton, another House supporter, at the head-to take them. Billy the Kid and several other Tunstall hands were working on the ranch when they spotted the approaching posse. Outnumbered, the men fled, but they had not gone far before they saw Tunstall gallop straight up to the posse to protest its presence on his property. As Billy and the others watched, Morton pulled his gun and shot Tunstall dead with a bullet to the head.

    Although he had not worked for Tunstall long, Billy the Kid deeply resented this cold-blooded murder, and he immediately began a vendetta of violence against The House and its allies. Lincoln County became a war zone, and both sides began a spree of vicious killings. By July, The House was prevailing, having added McSween to its lists of victims. However, fighting would continue to erupt sporadically until 1884, when Chisum died of natural causes, and The House finally regained full control of Lincoln County. By that time, Billy the Kid had already been dead for three years, gunned down by Lincoln County Sheriff Pat Garrett.

  5. Billy the Kid (Book) | Multnomah County Library | BiblioCommons

    Feb 08, 2021 · Billy the Kid The Best Writings on the Infamous Outlaw (Book) : In movies, stage plays, short stories, novels, newspaper articles, poems, and songs, literally hundreds of accomplished authors have been drawn toward the near mythical persona of Henry McCarty, aka William Bonney, alias Billy the Kid. This collection is a chronologically arranged anthology of excerpts from the Kid's canon ...

  6. Billy The Kid - Review of Billy the Kid Museum, Fort Sumner ...

    Jan 29, 2021 · Billy the Kid Museum: Billy The Kid - See 224 traveler reviews, 180 candid photos, and great deals for Fort Sumner, NM, at Tripadvisor.

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  7. In History: Was Billy the Kid from Anderson? | Archives ...

    Feb 16, 2021 · The next day Billy the Kid was buried at the Fort Sumner cemetery. Today, New Mexico has a strong tourism business as a steady flow come to visit the Billy the Kid sites.

  8. William "Billy the Kidd" Bonney Museum & Grave site is a stop ...

    Jan 29, 2021 · Billy the Kid Museum- A route 66 Kind of place Its' called the Billy the Kid Museum but there is much more to it than just Billy. In fact Billy seems to be just a small piece of the whole thing. Founded in 1953 the museum is now operated by the founder's son who has been retired from the railroad for a number of years.

    • 1435 E Sumner Ave, Fort Sumner, NM
  9. Billy the Kid takes revenge on Sheriff William Brady ...

    Feb 08, 2021 · Brady and Billy the Kid had history. Billy blamed Brady for the death of his friend John Tunstall, and in February of that year, Billy had tried to arrest Brady. But, Brady turned the tables on ...

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    3 days ago · The Saga of Billy the Kid, Walter Noble Burns. Trailing Billy the Kid, By Phillip J Rasch. Billy the Kid: A Short and Violent Life, by Robert M. Utley, University of Nebraska Press, 1989. DesertUSA: „The Desert’s Baddest Boy“ The Last Escape of Billy the Kid