17.09.2012 [Nebraska City News Press] - As spectacularly as he lived Jesse James, famous Missouri outlaw, died April 3,1882, in St. Joseph, shot by Robert Ford, a member of his gang. Unrecognized, the mild mannered outlaw had been living in St. Joseph with his wife and two children for
22.08.2012 [Myguidon] - Missouri is steeped in history with historic sites, from famous cemeteries to Civil War battle sites to the elusive buried treasures of Jesse James, who was a notorious outlaw until he became a legend. The Jesse James Home Museum, where Jesse was shot
18.09.2012 [Gallatin North Missourian] - Jesse James was notorious throughout Northwest Missouri, and today there are museums in St. Joseph, Kearney and Liberty that remember his exploits. Walt Disney developed his love of drawing in Marceline, and J.C. Penney got his start in Hamilton.