The Story of Cole Younger, by Himself

The Story of Cole Younger by Himself This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers You may find it for free on the web Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery

  • Title: The Story of Cole Younger, by Himself
  • Author: Cole Younger
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 175
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers You may find it for free on the web Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.

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    • I give this one three stars, because I feel it was full of lies. I grew up in Lee's Summit, MO, where Cole Younger was from. We learned about him in school. I find it hard to believe that he committed only one robbery and it happened to be the one where he was caught. We'll never truly know, but he was quite boastful about his life, when he was clearly a criminal. I guess when you write a book about your life, you can write whatever you want. He certainly tooted his own horn, a lot. Maybe he rea [...]


    • I expected much more mention of the James brothers in a book written by a "Survivor of the Jesse James Gang".I did not think this book was very well written and, after reading, question how open the author really was about his life. (My opinion only!)


    • We happened upon this book at the Stillwater Prison/Warden House historical site, and it was a worthwhile read. I didn't really know anything about the Youngers, or the gang that had committed the infamous Northfield robbery, so I didn't come into the book with the tall tales and exaggerations that Younger seeks to dispel. As it is, it reads as a lucid account of a young man led into civil war through uncivil circumstances - a southern boy whose post-war wandering led him to the north, and the p [...]


    • At first it was a bit confusing as he was jumping back and forth in time and sometimes took up the same incident more than once, but then i got into the story and it was very different from what I had heard or read. According to him there was no James-Younger band, he only met Jesse James 2 times and almost got into a fight with him the last time. The documents and testimonies he put forth is very interesting and gives him alibi for a lot of the robberies that he was accused of. And the last 2 r [...]


    • Good insight int the times. Since it is an autobiography, naturally it puts himself in the best light. Still, looking at his times and situation, he had few other choices. Almost anyone living under those conditions would have chosen as he did.


    • Wonderful insight into outlaw historyI was very surprised by how well Mr. Younger's story was presented. I really appreciated and loved the last chapter of the book, "What my life has taught me".


    • This was actually surprisingly well written. Not an action story, but truly intriguing anyway. Better than any other 'factual' book about Jesse James (because most of those are written by super dry historians)



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