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The Wild Bunch at Robbers Roost

Pearl Biddlecome Baker

The Wild Bunch at Robbers Roost

by Pearl Biddlecome Baker

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Published by Abelard-Schuman in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Outlaws,
  • Utah
    • Subjects:
    • Crime -- Utah -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Outlaws -- Utah -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Utah -- History, Local.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] Pearl Baker.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF826 .B17 1971
      The Physical Object
      Pagination224 p.
      Number of Pages224
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4466810M
      ISBN 100200717820
      LC Control Number79141672

      The Robbers Roost was an outlaw hideout in southeastern Utah used mostly by Butch Cassidy and his Wild Bunch gang in the closing years of the Old West.. The hideout was considered ideal because of the rough terrain. It was easily defended, difficult to navigate into without detection, and excellent when the gang needed a month or longer to rest and lie low following a robbery. The Robbers Roost Motel is an historic building built in the ’s that has been a family owned and operated business since that time. The motel is named after a historical landmark close to Green River where the Wild Bunch (i.e. Butch Casidy, Sundance Kid, etc.) used to hide out in the very early s near the San Rafael Swell, which is about 50 miles southwest of the motel’s .

        Attractive and a bit wild, Josie and her sister, Ann, had relationships with Elza Lay and Butch Cassidy respectively. The two women were reportedly one of a handful of females allowed into Robbers Roost. She died in , at the age of 90, marking her as the last surviving associate of the Wild Bunch. Ann Bassett ( – May 8, ), also known as Queen Ann Bassett, was a prominent female rancher of the Old West, and with her sister Josie Bassett, was an associate of outlaws, particularly Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch. 2 Association with outlaws. 4 Alleged Ann Bassett–Etta Place connection. 6 External ality: American.

        This new 3rd Edition combines a hiking & travel guide to Utah’s Henry Mountains and Robbers Roost Country, an area made famous by Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch. This book combines high mountain climbing as well as deep desert canyon and slot canyon hiking. About 2/3’s of the book is devoted to hiking, with 42 mapped hikes or climbs.   They were good friends with the Wild Bunch and according to Pearl Biddlecome (Baker), the author of a very good book entitled The Wild Bunch at Robbers Roost, the children played their gunfighter Author: Larry E. Heck.


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The Wild Bunch at Robbers Roost book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Robbers Roost was a hideout for outlaws and hunted m /5(6).

Pearl Baker has helped to keep interest in the Wild Bunch and Butch Cassidy alive. She documented, carried forth tradition, research, and worked hard to find, identify, and verify as much information as she could. 'The Wild Bunch at Robbers Roost' has The Wild Bunch at Robbers Roost book significantly to our knowledge of a very wild bunch indeed/5(8).

Vintage b&w photos throughout, including the famous Wild Bunch photo taken in Ft. Worth, showing the boys, looking very well dressed, dandy indeed. The author lived on her family's ranch, which was located in the heart of the Robbers Roost : Pearl Baker.

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The Wild Bunch at Robbers Roost. [Pearl Biddlecome Baker] -- Robbers Roost was a hideout for outlaws and hunted men long before Butch Cassidy found it in The impenetrable wastes and wilds of this high desert country in southeastern Utah, cut through by.

Growing up on a ranch that included Robbers Roost, Pearl Baker heard many of the legends about?and talked to many who remembered?the notorious Wild Bunch. In the s they spread over Utah, Wyoming, Montana, Colorado, and Arizona rustling cattle, stealing horses, robbing banks and trains, and often taking cover at Robbers Roost.

The Robbers Roost is a geographic enclave in southeastern Utah that lies within the general Canyonlands area. It stretches from Hanksville to where the Dirty Devil River enters the Colorado River, upstream to the confluence of the Green and Colorado rivers, then up the Green for about fifty miles to the San Rafael River, and across the San Rafael Desert back to Hanksville.

Buy a cheap copy of The Wild Bunch at Robbers Roost book by Pearl Baker. Robbers Roost was a hideout for outlaws and hunted men long before Butch Cassidy found it in The impenetrable wastes and wilds of this high desert country in Free shipping over $/5(1). The Wild Bunch at Robbers Roost audiobook, by Pearl Baker Robbers Roost was a hideout for outlaws and hunted men long before Butch Cassidy found it in In Baker's book they all come to rip-roaring life even while courting death at 3/5.

The Wild Bunch at Robbers Roost. By: Silver Tip, Blue John, and Indian Ed Newcomb, all came to Robbers Roost. In Baker's book they all come to rip-roaring life even while courting death at this most famous of all infamous hideouts. © Pearl Baker (P) Book in Motion.

Growing up on a ranch that included Robbers Roost, Pearl Baker heard many of the legends about—and talked to many who remembered—the notorious Wild Bunch.

In the s they spread over Utah, Wyoming, Montana, Colorado, and Arizona rustling cattle, stealing horses, robbing banks and trains, and often taking cover at Robbers Roost. Growing up on a ranch that included Robbers Roost, Pearl Baker heard many of the legends about—and talked to many who remembered—the notorious Wild Bunch.

In the s they spread over Utah, Wyoming, Montana, Colorado, and Arizona rustling cattle, stealing horses, robbing banks and trains, and often taking cover at Robbers : UNP - Bison Books. Questions about this site. EMAIL * Photo above is a turn-of-the-century photograph of the "Wild Bunch".

Robbers Roost was a popular Wild Bunch outlaw hideout in SE Utah for over 30 years. From left: Henry Longabaugh, alias the Sundance Kid; William Carver, alias News Carver; Ben Kilpatrick, alias the Tall Texan; Harvey Logan, alias Kid Curry; and Robert LeRoy Parker, alias.

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Mrs. Baker's an amateur historian of the old train-robbin' west who has devoted extraordinary time and energy to ferreting out the real facts about Butch Cassidy and his Wild Bunch: Cassidy was not killed in that Bolivian shoot-out as reported by Hollywood (""The movie 'Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid' was out of this world as entertainment, but it made no pretensions to.

Robbers Roost was a stronghold of the Wild Bunch, Butch Cassidy's motley band of bank robbers, train stickup men, and horse and cattle rustlers. The area received its colorful name and reputation in the s when Cap Brown ran stolen horses through the area.

Wild Bunch, a collection of cowboy-outlaws who flourished in the s and ’90s in Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, and surrounding states and chief hideouts were Hole in the Wall, a nearly inaccessible grassy canyon and rocky retreat in north-central Wyoming; Brown’s Hole (now Brown’s Park), a hidden valley of the Green River, near the intersection of the borders of.

Pearl Baker is the author of The Wild Bunch at Robbers Roost ( avg rating, 32 ratings, 6 reviews, published ), Robbers Roost Recollections ( /5.

Growing up on a ranch that included Robbers Roost, Pearl Baker heard many of the legends about—and talked to many who remembered—the notorious Wild Bunch. In the s they spread over Utah, Wyoming, Montana, Colorado, and Arizona rustling cattle, stealing horses, robbing banks and trains, and often taking cover at Robbers : UNP-Nebraska.

The Wild Bunch at Robbers Roost | Robbers Roost was a hideout for outlaws and hunted men long before Butch Cassidy found it in The impenetrable wastes and wilds of this high desert country in southeastern Utah, cut through by canyons along the Green and Colorado rivers and bounded on the west by the Dirty Devil, discouraged lawmen from pursuit.

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This remote area was the perfect outlaw hideout, with a maze of canyons and rugged terrain that were difficult to navigate yet had easy access to supplies from nearby ranches.