STARR, Henry (George) [1873-1921] -- American outlaw and bank robber
a/k/aCherokee Bad Boy
King of the Bank Robbers
Henry Starr bragged on his deathbed that he had robbed more banks than any man in America. His outlaw career was mostly confined to Oklahoma and Kansas, but he was wanted all over the plains.
During his 32 years in crime Henry Starr did rob more banks
than both the James-Younger Gang
and the Doolin-Dalton Gang put together.
He started robbing banks on horseback in 1893 and
ended up robbing his last in a car in 1921.
The Cherokee Badman netted over $60,000
from more than 21 bank robberies.
|First bank robber to use an automobile in the crime (Harrison, AR)|
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