Archie Clement Archie Clements (January 1, 1846 – December 13, 1866), a.k.a. "Little Arch", was a pro-Confederate guerrilla leader in the American Civil War, known for his brutality towards Union soldier...
Baby Face Nelson Lester Joseph Gillis, known under the pseudonym George Nelson, was a bank robber and murderer in the 1930s. Gillis was better known as Baby Face Nelson, a name given to him due to his youthful appearance and small stature.
Belle Starr Myra Maybelle Shirley Reed Starr (February 5, 1848 – February 3, 1889), better known as Belle Starr, was a notorious American outlaw.
Black Bart (outlaw) Charles Earl Bowles (b. 1829; d.after 1888), better known as Black Bart, was an English-born American Old West outlaw noted for the poetic messages he left behind after two of his robberies.
Bob Younger Robert Ewing "Bob" Younger (October 29, 1853 – September 16, 1889) was an American criminal and outlaw, the younger brother of Cole, Jim and John Younger.
Bonnie and Clyde Bonnie Elizabeth Parker and Clyde Chestnut Barrow were American outlaws and robbers from the Dallas area who traveled the central United States with their gang during the Great Depression.
Brushy Bill Roberts Brushy Bill Roberts (c. 1860 – December 27, 1950; claimed date of birth December 31, 1859) a.k.a. Ollie Partridge William Roberts, Ollie P. Roberts or Ollie L. Roberts, attract...
Buda Godman Buda Godman (Helen Julia Godman; 4 December 1888 — 1944) was an American actress, singer.
Bummers Gang The Bummers gang was a western outlaw gang that operated in the Colorado Territory between 1855 to 1860, led by Eddie "the Shooter" Coleman.
Butch Cassidy Robert Leroy Parker (April 13, 1866 - November 7, 1908), better known as Butch Cassidy, was a notorious American train robber, bank robber, and leader of the Wild Bunch Gang in the America...
Captain Ingram's Partisan Rangers Captain Ingram's Partisan Rangers was the name given by the Sacramento Union to a band of about fifty Confederate Bushwackers organized from local Copperheads and members of the Knights of t...
Clell Miller Clell Miller (January 9, 1850 - September 7, 1876) (also known as Cleland D. Miller or Clenand Miller or McClelland Miller) was an outlaw with the James-Younger Gang who was ki...
Cole Younger Thomas Coleman "Cole" Younger (January 15, 1844 – March 21, 1916) was an American Confederate guerrilla during the American Civil War and later a leader with the James-Younger gang.
Colton Harris-Moore Colton Harris-Moore (born March 22, 1991) is an American criminal and former fugitive from Camano Island, Washington.
Cora Hubbard Cora Hubbard (February 1877 - ?) was a 19th-century outlaw who participated in the August 17, 1897 robbing of the McDonald County Bank in Pineville, Missouri.
Crawford Goldsby Crawford Goldsby (February 8, 1876 – March 17, 1896) was a 19th-century American outlaw, known by the alias Cherokee Bill.
Dalton Gang The Dalton Gang was a group of outlaws in the American Old West during 1890–1892.
Daniel Boone May Daniel Boone May (1852 – 1878), known as Boone May, was an American gunfighter, of the Black Hills of South Dakota.
Dick Liddil James Andrew "Dick" Liddil (September 15, 1852 – July 13, 1901) was an American outlaw who was one of the last surviving members of the James-Younger Gang.
Earl Durand Walter Earl Durand was a mountain man who lived off the land in the mountains of Wyoming during the years following the Depression.
Edward Capehart O'Kelley Edward Capehart O'Kelley (October 1, 1857 – January 13, 1904) was the man who murdered Robert Ford, who had killed the famous outlaw Jesse James to receive a bounty.
Five Joaquins Gang The Five Joaquins were an outlaw gang in California led by Joaquin Murrieta and composed of himself, Joaquin Botellier, Joaquin Carrillo, Joaquin Ocomorenia, and Joaquin Valenzuela.
Gregorio Cortez Gregorio Cortez Lira (June 22, 1875 — February 28, 1916) was a Mexican American outlaw in the American Old West who became a folk hero to Mexicans living in South Texas.
Harpe brothers Micajah "Big" Harpe (1768? – August 1799) and Wiley "Little" Harpe (1770? – February 8, 1804), pronounced (mickey) and (Why-lee), were murderers, highwaymen, and river pirates, who operate...
John Ashley (bandit) John Ashley was a 20th-century American outlaw, bank robber, bootlegger, and occasional pirate active in southern Florida during the 1910s and 1920s. Between 1915 and 1924, the self-styled "King of the Everglades" or "Swamp Bandit" operated from various hideouts in the Florida Everglades.
John Callahan (outlaw) John Callahan (1866-June 8, 1936) was an American outlaw and bank robber during the closing days of the Old West.
John Dillinger John Herbert Dillinger was an American bank robber in the Depression-era United States. His gang robbed two dozen banks and four police stations.
John Mason (outlaw) John Mason, (? - 1866), with Jim Henry, was one of the leaders of the Mason Henry Gang organized by secessionist Judge George Gordon Belt, that posed as Confederate partisan rangers but acted as...
John Younger John Harrison Younger (1851 – March 17, 1874) was an American outlaw, the brother of Cole, Jim and Bob.
Joseph "Mad Dog" Taborsky Joseph "Mad Dog" Taborsky (March 23, 1924 – May 17, 1960) was a murderer who was sentenced to death after a string of brutal robberies and murders in Connecticut during the 1950s.
Kenneth "Speedy" Raulerson Kenneth Scott Raulerson, also known as Speedy, is a bank robber from Levy County, Florida convicted of robbing the Dowling Park Barnett/Nations Bank May 18, 1998, by claiming that he had a...
L.H. Musgrove L. H. Musgrove was an outlaw of the American West who was sprung from jail in Denver, Colorado, and hanged by a vigilante mob.
Loomis Gang The Loomis Gang was a notorious family of outlaws that operated in central New York during the 19th century.
Mason Henry Gang Mason Henry Gang 1864-1865, a bandit gang that posed as Confederate partisan rangers but acted as outlaws, committing robberies, thefts and murders in the San Joaquin Valley, Santa Cruz County, ...
Nathaniel Reed Nathaniel "Texas Jack" Reed (March 23, 1862 – January 7, 1950) was a 19th-century American outlaw responsible for many stagecoach, bank, and train robberies throughout the American Southwe...
Outlaw Empires Outlaw Empires is a six-part documentary series about American outlaws. It was first aired on May 14, 2012, on Discovery Channel. Each episode focuses on one organization and includes dramatizations of real events and interviews with current and former members.
Peter Alston Peter Alston (c1765-Feb. 8, 1804) was the late 18th Century and early 19th Century counterfeiter and river pirate, who is believed to be Little Harpe's associate and partner in the murder of not...
Quantrill's Raiders Quantrill's Raiders was a loosely organized force of pro-Confederate Partisan rangers, "bushwhackers", who fought in the American Civil War under the leadership of William Clarke Quantrill.
Queho Queho (born around 1880; his name was also spelled Quehoe on his grave or Quejo in other sources) was a Native American outlaw and renegade whose exploits became part of Nevada legend.
Ralph Fults Ralph Fults (January 23, 1911 – March 16, 1993) was a Depression-era outlaw and escape artist associated with Raymond Hamilton, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow of the Barrow Gang.
Reno Gang The Reno Brothers Gang, also known as the Reno Gang and The Jackson Thieves, were a group of criminals that operated in the Midwestern United States during and just after the America...
Robert Ford (outlaw) Robert Newton "Bob" Ford (December 8, 1861 – June 8, 1892) was an American outlaw best known for killing his gang leader, Jesse James, in 1882.
Rube Burrow Reuben Houston Burrow (December 11, 1854 - October 9, 1890), better known as Rube Burrow, was a nationally infamous train-robber and outlaw in the Southern and Southwestern United States.
Rufus Henry Ingram Rufus Henry Ingram was a bushwhacker that led Captain Ingram's Partisan Rangers that operated in California in 1864.
Sile Doty Sile Doty (August 30, 1800 – March 12, 1876) was an infamous robber, burglar, horse thief, highwayman, counterfeiter, and criminal gang leader.
Sundance Kid Harry Alonzo Longabaugh (1867 – November 7, 1908), better known as the Sundance Kid, was an outlaw and member of Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch, in the American Old West.
Thomas Bell Poole Thomas Bell Poole, (1818 - 1865) Under-sheriff of Monterey County, member of the Knights of the Golden Circle serving as a crewman of the Confederate privateer J. M. Chapman.
Thomas Egenton Hogg Thomas Egenton Hogg (1828–1898) was a master in the Confederate States Navy who participated in raids on Union ships during the American Civil War.
Tom McCauley Tom McCauley, better known by his alias as James Henry or Jim Henry (? - 1865), was one of the many California Gold Rush criminals in Tuolumne County convicted of murder with his...
W. D. Jones William Daniel ("W.D.", "Dub", "Deacon") Jones (May 12, 1916 – August 20, 1974) was a member of the Barrow Gang, whose spree throughout the southern Midwest in the early years of the Great...
William McWaters William McWaters (ca. 1844-1875) was an American gunfighter from Missouri who once rode with William Clarke Quantrill.