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|Indiana State Library - Indianapolis||ISLI 813 H716f (Text)||00000105151104||Authors' room||Available||-|
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- Physical Description: ix, 235 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: [Louisville, Ky.] : Data Courier, Inc. for the Courier-Journal and the Louisville Times, 1977.
|General Note:|| "The first train holdup in the United States took place on October 6, 1866, just a few miles outside of Seymour, in southern Indiana. This trend-setting piece of action was planned by John Reno and carried out by him, his brothers Frank, Simeon, William, and a cohort named Frank Sparks"--Preface.
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