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- Author : W. J. Betenson
- Release Date : 31 July 2021
- Publisher : Unknown
- Genre : Biography & Autobiography
- Pages : 319 pages
- ISBN 13 : 1937147037
Download or read book entitled Butch Cassidy, My Uncle written by W. J. Betenson and published by Unknown online. This book was released on 31 July 2021 with total page 319 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Lots of people wish they were related to a famous person. Bill Betenson is Butch Cassidy is his great-uncle. Bill's interest in Butch Cassidy was sparked when he was four years old and attended a private screening of the Paul Newman/Robert Redford movie Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid with his great-grandmother, Lula Betenson, who wrote Butch Cassidy, My Brother. For over two decades Betenson has researched and studied the life and times of Butch Cassidy. Betenson utilized privileged family information and memorabilia, traveled to South America to conduct interviews and visit Butch Cassidy's ranch, and spent hours in dusty archives. Betenson offers up new information about this infamous outlaw's life and death.
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|Author||: Charles Leerhsen|
|Publisher||: Simon and Schuster|
'For a century Butch Cassidy has been the subject of legends about his life and death, spawning a small industry of mythmakers and a major Hollywood film. Charles Leerhsen sorts out fact from fiction to find the real Butch Cassidy, who is far more complicated and fascinating than legend has it'--
|Author||: Richard M. Patterson|
|Publisher||: U of Nebraska Press|
Presents an account of the life, times, and crimes of the legendary outlaw
The Last Outlaws
|Author||: Thom Hatch|
The Old West was coming to an end. Two legendary outlaws refused to go with it. As leaders of the Wild Bunch, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid executed the most daring bank and train robberies of their day. For several years at the end of the 1890s, the two friends, along with a revolving band of thieves, eluded law enforcement while stealing from the rich bankers and Eastern railroad corporations who exploited Western land…until they rode headlong into the twentieth century. In The Last Outlaws, Thom Hatch brings these memorable characters to life like never before. From their early holdup attempts to that fateful day in Bolivia, Hatch draws on a wealth of fresh research to go beyond the myth and provide a compelling new look at these legends of the Wild West. Includes Photographs
The Outlaw Trail
|Author||: Charles Kelly|
|Publisher||: U of Nebraska Press|
The Wild Bunch, the confederation of western outlaws headed by Butch Cassidy, found sanctuary on the rugged Outlaw Trail. Stretching across Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, and New Mexico, this trail offered desert and mountain hideouts to bandits and cowboys. The almost inaccessible Hole-in-the-Wall in Wyoming was a station on the Outlaw Trail well known to Butch Cassidy. To the south, in Utah, was the inhospitable Robbers’ Roost, where Butch and his friends camped in 1897 after a robbery at Castle Gate. Charles Kelly recreates the mean and magnificent places frequented by the Wild Bunch and a slew of lesser outlaws. At the same time, he brings Butch Cassidy to life, traces his criminal apprenticeship and meeting with the Sundance Kid, and masterfully describes the exploits of the Wild Bunch.
In Search of Butch Cassidy
|Author||: Larry Pointer|
|Publisher||: University of Oklahoma Press|
Who was Butch Cassidy? He was born Robert LeRoy Parker in 1866 in Utah. And, as everyone knows, after years of operating with a sometime gang of outlaws known as the Wild Bunch, he and the Sundance Kid escaped to South America, only to die in a 1908 shootout with a Bolivian cavalry troop. But did he die? Some say that he didn’t die in Bolivia, but returned to live out a quiet life in Spokane, Washington where he died peacefully in 1937. In interviews with the author, scores of his friends and relatives and their descendants in Wyoming, Utah, and Washington concurred, claiming that Butch Cassidy had returned from Bolivia and lived out the remainder of his life in Spokane under the alias William T. Phillips. In 1934 William T. Phillips wrote an unpublished manuscript, an (auto) biography of Butch Cassidy, “The Bandit Invincible, the Story of Butch Cassidy.” Larry Pointer, marshalling an overwhelming amount of evidence, is convinced that William T. Phillips and Butch Cassidy were the same man. The details of his life, though not ending spectacularly in a Bolivian shootout, are more fascinating than the until-now accepted version of the outlaw’s life. There was a shootout with the Bolivian cavalry, but, according to Butch (Phillips), he was able to escape under the cover of darkness, sadly leaving behind his longtime friend, the Sundance Kid, dead. Then came Paris, a minor bit of facelifting, Michigan, marriage, Arizona, Mexico with perhaps a tour as a sharpshooter for Pancho Villa, Alaska, and at last the life of a businessman in Spokane. In between there were some quiet return trips to visit old friends and haunts in Wyoming and Utah. The author, with the invaluable help of Cassidy’s autobiography, has pieced together the full and final story of a remarkable outlaw—from his Utah Mormon origins, through his escapades of banditry and his escape to South America, to his self-rehabilitation as William T. Phillips, a productive and respected member of society.
Butch Cassidy The Lost Years
|Author||: William W. Johnstone,J.A. Johnstone|
|Publisher||: Pinnacle Books|
'An entertaining story with lots of plot twists.' --Booklist The Greatest Western Writer Of The 21st Century In a small Texas town in 1950, a Pinkerton detective interrupts an old-timer's game of dominos to learn the truth about Butch Cassidy--who is still very much alive and well. In fact, he's the old-timer playing dominos. Seems that after surviving the infamous shootout in Bolivia that claimed the life of his partner the Sundance Kid, Butch returns to Texas searching for a place to call home. When he comes across a dying rancher who'd been shot by some rustlers, Butch promises to avenge him--and take over the ranch after his death. Assuming the name Jim Strickland, Butch begins a new chapter in his life. But trouble has a way of finding Butch. A corrupt railroad baron pulls him into the most dangerous train robbery he's ever attempted. But if Butch Cassidy is going to ride again, it'll have to be with a newer, and wilder, Wild Bunch. . . 'Johnstone is a masterful storyteller, creating a tale that is fanciful and funny, exciting and surprisingly convincing. . .great fun.' --Publishers Weekly
LIFE Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid at 50
|Author||: The Editors of LIFE|
|Publisher||: Time Home Entertainment|
LIFE Magazine presents Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid at 50.
|Author||: W. C. Jameson|
|Publisher||: Taylor Trade Publications|
This biography of the life—and controversial death—of Robert LeRoy Parker, aka Butch Cassidy, is a journey across the late nineteenth American West as we follow the exploits of this surprisingly affable outlaw. More importantly, this book answers the question of whether Butch Cassidy survived his alleged death at the hands of Bolivian soldiers in 1908 and returned to friends and family in the US.
Butch Cassidy My Uncle
|Author||: William James Betenson|
Bill Betenson is the great-grandson of Butch Cassidy's younger sister Lula Parker Betenson who wrote Butch Cassidy, My Brother, published in 1975. Bill inherited not only Lula's family archives but also her interest in setting the record straight. His quest for answers has been a lifelong pursuit which has led him from dusty jail basements in the American West to Butch's ranch in Argentina and beyond. He's often said, 'If I had to pick an outlaw to be related to, I would pick Butch.'
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
|Author||: Tim Cooke|
|Publisher||: Gareth Stevens Publishing LLLP|
Robert Leroy Parkers transformation into Butch Cassidy wasnt immediate. He worked on ranches as a cowboy, was a butcher for a time, and finally chose a path of crime in the American West in the late 1800s. Cassidys involvement with the band of outlaws known as the Wild Bunch and later partnership with Harry Longabaugh, the Sundance Kid, resulted in a crime spree and a life on the run. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid fled to South America, where their fate remains a mystery. This lively, well-researched volumefilled with fascinating photographs and fact boxesprovides a gripping account of a fugitives life and legend.
Butch Cassidy the Sundance Kid
|Author||: Charles River Charles River Editors|
|Publisher||: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform|
*Includes pictures of Butch, Sundance, and other important people and places in their lives. *Explains the origins of the names Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid *Discusses the legends and mysteries surrounding the lives, deaths, and legacies of Butch and Sundance. *Includes a Bibliography for further reading. The Wild West has made legends out of many men through the embellishment of their stories, such as crediting Billy the Kid and Wild Bill Hickok for killing far more people than they actually did. But it has also made icons out of outlaws like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid based on the mystery and uncertainty surrounding their crimes and deaths, allowing speculation and legend to fill in the gaps. Though Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid are the two most famous members of the Wild Bunch and will probably always be associated with each other, there's no indication that they had any particularly close friendship or relationship aside from being members of the same gang. In fact, they might not have been linked together at all but for the fact that they both chose to flee the country for Argentina to escape justice. It was in South America that the famous outlaws are believed to have met their ultimate fate in a shootout with Bolivian soldiers, but the mystery and controversy surrounding that shootout (and whether the two bandits were actually them) have helped ensure their place in Western lore. As with so many other legends of the West, people continue to speculate that Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid survived and lived out the rest of their lives. In fact, it was in South America that Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid are believed to have met their ultimate fate in a shootout with Bolivian soldiers. The mystery and controversy surrounding that shootout (and whether the two bandits were actually them) have helped ensure their place in Western lore, and as with so many other legends of the West, people continue to speculate that Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid survived and lived out the rest of their lives. Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid chronicles the outlaws' lives, while also analyzing their legacies and mythology that have enveloped their stories, in an attempt to separate fact from fiction and determine what the notorious robbers were really like. Along with pictures of important people and places, you will learn about Butch and Sundance like never before.
|Author||: Carl R. Green,William R. Sanford|
|Publisher||: Enslow Publishers, Inc.|
Find out the truth and the myths surrounding the outlaw Butch Cassidy.
Butch Cassidy My Brother
|Author||: Lula Parker Betenson,Dora Flack|
|Publisher||: Penguin Group|
Digging Up Butch and Sundance
|Publisher||: U of Nebraska Press|
Lawyer-turned-writer Anne Meadows and her husband, Dan Buck, set out to solve the mystery of what really happened to Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. With the tenacity of Pinkerton agents, the couple tracks the outlaws and the enigmatic Etta Place through South America, where they fled in 1901. Meadows and Buck rove Argentinian pampas, Chilean deserts, and Bolivian sierras; pore over faded newspapers and musty documents; exhume skeletons with the aid of forensic anthropologist Clyde Snow; unearth eyewitness accounts of Butch and Sundance?s final holdup and the Bolivian shootout; and examine letters by the bandits and interviews by the Argentine police who investigated their activities. Information about William T. Phillips, who claimed to be Butch Cassidy, is also included. ø While filling in the blanks in the Wild Bunch saga, Meadows explores the nature of truth and discovers how myths are made. She updates the search with a new afterword to this edition.
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|Author||: Gail Drago|
This biography portrays the beautiful, enigmatic, and most elusive member of the Wild Bunch Gang -- Etta Place. Following Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid anywhere, Etta shared an adventurous life on the run that stretched from the mountainous Utah hideout of Robber's Roost to the red light district of San Antonio and finally to the remote South American region of Patagonia. The book also looks at many tales that place all three alive and well after that famous gun battle in South America.
|Author||: D. J. Herda|
|Publisher||: Rowman & Littlefield|
The Pinkertons knew her as 'Ethel,” 'Ethal,” 'Eva,' and 'Rita' before finally settling on 'Etta' Place for their wanted posters. After Sundance introduced her to Robert Parker (Butch Cassidy), the three joined the rest of their Wild Bunch gang and set off on a spree of bank, stagecoach, and train robberies. With the law hot on their heels, they rode up to Robber’s Roost in southwestern Utah where they laid low until word reached local authorities of their whereabouts. On the run again, Place accompanied Longabaugh to New York City where on February 20, 1901, she sailed with Butch and Sundance, posing as Etta’s fictional brother 'James Ryan,' aboard the British ship, Herminius, for Buenos Aires. On December 19, 1904, Place, Longabaugh, Parker, and an unknown male robbed the Banco de la Nacion in Villa Mercedes, four hundred miles west of Buenos Aires. Pursued by armed federales, they crossed the Pampas and the Andes and returned to Chile, but Place had grown tired of life on the run and deeply lamented the loss of their ranch and the promise of stability it had held for her. In June 1906, Longabaugh accompanied her from Valparaiso, Chile, to San Francisco, where she kissed him goodbye for the last time before he returned to South America and infamy.
The Mystery of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
|Author||: Janet Serlin Garber|
Relates the exploits of the famous outlaws, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, and discusses the yet-unsolved mystery surrounding their last days.
Riding the Outlaw Trail
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|Author||: Simon Casson,Richard Adamson,Sir Ranulph Fiennes|
|Publisher||: Eye Books (US&CA)|
Two men retrace the notorious pair's footsteps, covering thousands of miles of hazardous country on horseback and discovering how little has changed from the saddle in the last 100 years Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, the last of the legendary outlaws, were captured on daguerreotype, romanced in fiction, and immortalized on film by Paul Newman and Robert Redford. Simon Casson sets out on horseback to retrace the real-life footsteps of his boyhood heroes, covering 2,000 miles of the country's toughest and most treacherous terrain. Steeped in the lore of the Old West but lacking desert and mountain survival skills, Simon recruits ex-marine commando Richard Adamson. Together they grapple with hostile landscape, climatic extremes, vital supply shortages, and enormous personality clashes. Battling from one outlaw hideout to another and following trails sometimes only accessible by horseback, they are constantly taxed to the limit. In this dramatic account of their adventure, Simon and Richard also encapsulate the exciting and violent lives of the Wild Bunch 100 years ago, and providing an intimate and heartwarming picture of the rancher families who live and work this demanding land today.
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|Author||: Suzanne Lyon|
|Publisher||: Leisure Books|
Butch Cassidy And Sundance
Beyond the legend of Butch Cassidy lies a complex and mysterious man, brought to life in this Western saga.
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Legends of the West the Life and Legacy of Butch Cassidy
|Author||: Charles River Charles River Editors|
*Includes pictures of Butch Cassidy and other important people and places in his life. *Explains the origins of the name Butch Cassidy *Discusses the legends and mysteries surrounding Butch Cassidy's life and death, and how his legacy grew. *Includes a Bibliography for further reading. Space may be the final frontier, but no frontier has ever captured the American imagination like the 'Wild West', which still evokes images of dusty cowboys, outlaws, gunfights, gamblers, and barroom brawls over 100 years after the West was settled. A constant fixture in American pop culture, the 19th century American West continues to be vividly and colorful portrayed not just as a place but as a state of mind. In Charles River Editors' Legends of the West series, readers can get caught up to speed on the lives of America's most famous frontier figures in the time it takes to finish a commute, while learning interesting facts long forgotten or never known. The Wild West has made legends out of many men through the embellishment of their stories, such as crediting Billy the Kid and Wild Bill Hickok for killing far more people than they actually did. But it has also made icons out of outlaws like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid based on the mystery and uncertainty surrounding their crimes and deaths, allowing speculation and legend to fill in the gaps. Alongside Jesse James, Robert LeRoy Parker has become remembered as Butch Cassidy, one of the most notorious outlaws of the west. Though he is commonly associated with the Sundance Kid, the duo had a full-fledged gang known as the Wild Bunch conducting robberies in the Southwest, and they became legendary for their shootouts and their escapes from the law. Eventually, Butch Cassidy and his most famous acquaintance fled as far east as New York City and as far south as Argentina. In fact, it was in South America that Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid are believed to have met their ultimate fate, in yet another shootout with Bolivian soldiers. The mystery and controversy surrounding that shootout (and whether the two bandits were actually them) have helped ensure their place in Western lore, and as with so many other legends of the West, people continue to speculate that Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid survived and lived out the rest of their lives. Legends of the West: The Life and Legacy of Butch Cassidy chronicles the outlaw's life, while also analyzing his legacy and the mythology that has enveloped his story, attempting to separate fact from fiction to determine what the notorious robber was really like. Along with pictures of important people, places, and events in his life, you will learn about Butch Cassidy like you never have before, in no time at all.