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Art of the West - Arnie Lillo Re-creates James-Younger Gang's Minnesota

By Johnny D. Boggs | Published: August 14, 2008 at 5:16 pm

…nie Lillo has blended sheet metal "yard art" with the history of perhaps the West's most infamous bank robbery. More than a century ago, this gently rolling landscape became Jesse James country. On September 7, 1876, Jesse and Frank James, three of the Younger brothers and at least three other outlaws robbed the First National Bank in Northfield, Minn. The result was a bloodbath. Within seven minutes, acting cashier Joseph Lee Heyw…


Arnie Lillo - Sheet-Metal Artist

By Johnny D. Boggs | Published: May 14, 2008 at 5:12 pm

…fe-size Indian village. Then there's the portable jail cell he brings to parades, not to mention the miniatures he sells. "I'll get to the shop in the morning," he says of his work schedule, "and work 10 hours a day. Sometimes 12. Sometimes till midnight. Sometimes I'll work till 2 in the morning. I hate to quit when doing something interesting."  …


Table of Contents - October 2008 Wild West

By Gerald Swick Published: August 14, 2008 at 5:47 pm

…anding officers were equal to the task and, even then, not every time. Crook at the Infernal Caverns By Gregory Michno George Crook is considered one of the West's best generals, but in September 1867, he had his hands full as Paiute and Pit River Indians defied him from their rock fortress. Upon hearing the Indians' diabolical yells, Crook reportedly said, "I never wanted dynamite so bad." Bidwell: Fo…


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