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Blue Duck with Belle Starr. Duck was born in the Cherokee Nation, with the name of Sha-con-gah. By the early 1870s he was riding with gangs across the Oklahoma Territory committing armed robberies and acts of cattle rustling. Blue Duck became involved romantically with Belle Starr along that time.

Belle Starr the Bandit Queen: How a Southern Girl Became a Legendary Western Outlaw

Blue Duck, sometimes referred to as Bluford Duck, - was an outlaw of the Old West, probably best known for a photograph taken of him around the in which he posed with Belle Starr, a famous Old West female outlaw./Check out "Lonesome Dove"

Belle Starr - Ft Smith AK, 1886 - In 1880 she married a Cherokee man named Sam Starr and settled with the Starr family in the Indian Territory.

Belle Starr in Fort Smith, Arkansas 1886 with unidentified man on right.

Road Trip Tip #2  Take photographic evidence of EVERYTHING. 35mm all the way, the La Sardina camera from Lomography will get it done right. Not to mention look super cute while snapping up those memories.

La Sardina Belle Start: Most Beautiful Lomography Camera Yet

I've got a thing for old-style cameras (Lomography La Sardina Camera & Flash - Belle Star)

A tintype of Pearl Starr, daughter of notorious "Bandit Queen" Belle Starr, and possibly the daughter of Cole Younger.

A tintype of Pearl Starr, daughter of notorious "Bandit Queen" Belle Starr, and possibly the daughter of Cole Younger. Related to my friend, Eddie Starr.

Myra Belle Shirley, better know as Belle Starr earned her title as Queen of the Wild West.

Queen of the Wild West Myra Belle Shirley, better know as Belle Starr earned her title as Queen of the Wild West. After Belle died, her daughter Flossy moved to Wichita and opened the finest brothe…

Belle Starr in a full-length studio portrait probably taken in Fort Smith, Arkansas, in the early 1880s.

The world has been always been a scary place and the women on this list did nothing to make it better. These women are robbers, gang queens,.

La Sardina - Belle Starr oxidized metal camera. Want!

"Belle Starr" and "Coyote" were the names chosen for this oxidized metal Western edition of La Sardina.Inspired by the common shape of the fish tin cans, La Sardina plastic edition cameras are packed in on a cardboard box simulating the classic fish mar…

Famous Outlaws in Poteau: The Wanderings of Belle Starr

Famous Outlaws in Poteau: The Wanderings of Belle Starr

Belle Starr - The Bandit Queen, born: Myra Belle Shirley Reed Starr on February 1848 died on February Shot from an ambush. She was a rustling, horse stealing, bootlegging whiskey.

Myra Maybelle Shirley Reed Starr (February 5, 1848 - February 3, 1889), better known as #BelleStarr, was a notorious American outlaw. She declared herself the "bandit queen" for her career as a cattle and horse rustler in Texas and Oklahoma.

Myra Maybelle Shirley Reed Starr (February 1848 - February better known as was a notorious American outlaw. She declared herself the "bandit queen" for her career as a cattle and horse rustler in Texas and Oklahoma.

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