The End of the Reno Gang

On this day in history, 155 years ago, December 12, 1868, the lawlessness of the Reno Gang, who had been credited with committing the first train robbery in America, ended when four members were lynched in New Albany, Indiana. A mob of 65 hooded men forced their way into the Floy

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