12 Facts About Frank James

1. As an educator, Dr Frank James developed several learning modules on Optum Learn Source regarding benefit determinations and continued education on SUDs, MAT, and specifically on Methadone Treatment.

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2. In many of the films, Frank James is portrayed as a Robin Hood-like character.

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3. Frank James has often been used as a fictional character in many Western novels, including some published while he was alive.

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4. In the 1950s, Frank James was pictured as a psychologically troubled individual rather than a social rebel.

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5. Instead of confronting them, Frank James walked across the living room and laid his revolvers on a sofa.

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6. Frank James had often stayed with their sister Martha Bolton and, according to rumor, he was "smitten" with her.

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7. With his gang nearly annihilated, Frank James trusted only the Ford brothers, Charley and Robert.

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8. Frank James moved his family to St Joseph, Missouri in November 1881, not far from where he had been born and reared.

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9. Frank James was not some finger-pointing, overtly careful leader of the gang.

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10. Frank James took up the lecture circuit, while residing in Sherman, Texas.

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11. In the last thirty years of his life, Frank James worked a variety of jobs, including as a shoe salesman and then as a Burlesque theater ticket taker in St Louis.

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12. Frank James was paroled July 27, 1865 in Nelson County, Kentucky.

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