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HARDIN, JOHN WESLEY (1853-1895). John Wesley (Wes) Hardin, outlaw, son of James G. and Elizabeth Hardin, was born in Bonham, Texas, on May 26, 1853. His father was a Methodist preacher, circuit rider, schoolteacher, and lawyer. Hardin's violent career started in 1867 with a schoolyard squabble in which he stabbed another youth. At fifteen, in Polk County, he shot and killed a black man as a result of a chance meeting and an argument. With the Reconstruction government looking for him, he fled to his brother's house, twenty-five miles north of Sumpter, Texas, where in the fall of 1868 he claimed to have killed three Union soldiers who sought to arrest him. Within a year, he killed another soldier at Richard Bottom.

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Super Mega Bag 200 Collector Pins

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Bag of 200 Texas Shape Collector Pins

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We often have requests for an inexpensive Texas item that one can hand out during travels and we found out the Mega Bag was not enough for some of you....
So if you're buying for a field trip or plan to give tons of these out during your travels, This is the Super Big ticket. 100 Texas Shaped Collector Pins, all in one big bag, just for you (and whoever you're going to share these awesome pins with!)

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