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Idaho Outlaw History

Outlaw

September 30, 2020

06:00 PM - 06:00 PM

Fine Arts 87

$100

Aduldts

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IDAHO OUTLAW HISTORY PART I  NEW!

Dates: September 30 – November 18

Days:  Wednesday

Time:  6 – 8 p.m.

Fee: $100

Location: Fine Arts 87

Instructor: Mike Youngman

Do you want to learn about the roughest, toughest, rootinest, shootinest, claim-jumpers that ever jumped a claim?  The fastest guns north, south, east aaaaaaaaand west of the Pecos?  Oh, dear friends, Idaho history wasn’t just made up of bright-eyed homesteaders and camas lilies - we had our fair share of bad guys and seedy underbellies, and Mike Youngman, a lifelong outlaw history enthusiast and Wild West History Association member - has all of the stories!  In this class you’ll learn all about Idaho’s Wild West bank robberies, train robberies, stagecoach robberies, gunfights, assassinations, prisons, crooked sheriffs, brave lawmen, vigilantes, soiled doves, famous trials, and murders. Discover the true stories behind Diamondfield Jack Davis, The Horse Queen of Idaho Kitty Wilkins, Butch Cassidy, Wyatt Earp, China Polly, the Idaho Territorial Prison, The Trial of Harry Orchard and the assassination of Idaho Governor Frank Steunenberg, the horse thief Hank Vaughan, Ferd Patterson and Sumner Pinkham in Idaho City, Deadshot Reed, Idaho’s Fearless Lawman Rube Robbins, the avenging Hill Beachy, The Duncans, the Bracketts, the Ketchums, and more!!  “Say yer prayers varmint!”

When:
September 30, 2020
06:00 PM - 06:00 PM
Where:
Fine Arts 87
Cost:
$100
Audience:
Aduldts
Contact:
Camille Barigar
(208) 732-6288
cbarigar@csi.edu
Links:
CSI Community Education Center