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Outlaw Poet: Did you know? Black Bart was one of the most prolific stagecoach robbers to operate in the Pacific Northwest in the late nineteenth century. He was also something of a writer. He left poems at the scenes of two robberies, earning him a legacy that would live on through the ages. On July 23 (that’s today!), 1878, Bart held up a Wells Fargo stagecoach in Califonia. Among other valuables, the outlaw made off with a safe box containing $400. When the box was recovered a mocking poem signed by Bart was found inside. Here it is:
Here I lay me down to sleep
To wait the coming morrow,
Perhaps success, perhaps defeat
And everlasting sorrow,
Yet come what will, I’ll try it once,
My conditions can’t be worse,
And if there’s money in that box,
‘Tis money in my purse.