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Dec 27, 2020

[Answer] Who was the "Lady Bandit of Arizona?"

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...Born Pearl Taylor to a respectable middle-class family, Pearl eloped with gambler Frederick Hart at age 17. While in Chicago in 1893, Pearl saw Annie Oakley perform and was immediately enthralled. She left her husband and headed to Colorado soon after. After giving birth to a son, who she left with her mother, she landed in Phoenix, Arizona. When financial demands became too much, she hooked up with Joe Boot, who convinced her that robbing was the cure to her financial troubles. They started by robbing men in hotels, then moved to robbing stagecoaches. They were soon captured and jailed. Pearl became known as the "Bandit Queen." She soon escaped but not for long. Recaptured, she stood trial for other robberies. Played up by the newspapers, she became the "Lady Bandit of Arizona." Pearl died in 1956. Source:

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Pearl Hart:

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