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(From the American Experience website) In an era in which cold-blooded killers such as Jesse James and the Younger Brothers terrorized the American West, Butch Cassidy, the Sundance Kid and their Wild Bunch gang took a smart and methodical approach to bank and train robbery. In the 1890s, their thrilling exploits -- robbing banks and trains and then seemingly vanishing into thin air -- became front-page news and the basis of rumor and myth, captivating Americans from coast to coast.

This study guide totals 30 fill-in the blank viewing questions. An answer key is provided. It will create detailed notes that will teach the students in a way that is perfect for an American History class or an American Literature class. A teacher can show portions of the documentary, the entire documentary, or assign students to view the documentary as it can be found on the American Experience website or on YouTube.

Tags: American History, American Literature, Outlaws, The Wild West, Transcontinental Railroad, Butch Cassidy,, The Sundance Kid, Pinkertons, , argument, American Experience
Total Pages
8 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
2 days
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