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Belle Starr

Criminal (5-Feb-1848 — 3-Feb-1889)


George C. Appell. Belle's Castle. New York: Macmillan. 1959. 134pp.

Deborah Camp. Belle Starr: A Novel of the Old West. New York: Harmony Books. 1987. 344pp.

John Thomas Edson. Wanted! Belle Starr. London, England: Corgi. 1983. 192pp.

Richard Kyle Fox. Bella Starr, The Bandit Queen, or the Female Jesse James. New York: Self-published. 1889. 64pp.

Stoney Hardcastle. The Legend of Belle Starr. New York: Carlyle Communications. 1979. 250pp.

Edwin P. Hicks. Belle Starr and Her Pearl. Little Rock, AR: Pioneer Press. 1963. 183pp.

Speer Morgan. Belle Starr: A Novel. Boston, MA: Little, Brown & Co.. 1979. 311pp.

Burton Rascoe. Belle Starr: The Bandit Queen. University of Nebraska Press. 1941. 340pp.

Margaret Rau. Belle of the West: The True Story of Belle Starr. Greensboro, NC: Morgan Reynolds. 2001. 159pp.

Carl W. Breihan and Charles A. Rosamond. The Bandit Belle. Seattle, WA: Hangman Press. 1970. 144pp.

Kenneth D. Scott, as told by Jennette S. Scott. Belle Starr in Velvet. Oklahoma City, OK: Pan Press. 1963. 255pp.

Glenn Shirley. Outlaw Queen: The Fantastic True Story of Belle Starr, the Most Notorious Gun-Girl in the West. Derby, CT: Monarch. 1960. 141pp.

Glenn Shirley. Belle Starr and Her Times: The Literature, the Facts, and the Legends. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press. 1982. 324pp.

Phillip W. Steele. Starr tracks: Belle and Pearl Starr. Gretna, LA: Pelican Pub. Co.. 1989. 112pp.

Robert Taylor. Loving Belle Starr. Chapel Hill, NC: Algonquin Books. 1984. 215pp.


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  5. The World Almanac Biographical Dictionary (p.363)

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