Edward Bonney

An illustration of Edward Bonney at 38 years old, sitting, wearing a top hat and holding a walking cane, from his self-written 1850 book, ''The Banditti of the Prairies: or, The murderer's doom, a tale of Mississippi Valley and the Far West''. Bonney was a [[bounty hunter]] and amateur [[detective]] who in 1845, posed as a [[counterfeit money|counterfeiter]], ironically having been arrested, in [[Indiana]] for counterfeiting, himself, a few years earlier, to infiltrate, a faction, of the "[[Banditti of the Prairie]]" and track down the infamous murderers of Colonel [[George Davenport]]. Edward Bonney born Edward William Bonney (August 26, 1807 – February 4, 1864) was a 19th-century adventurer, miller, hotel keeper, city planner, counterfeiter, livery stable keeper, bounty hunter, private detective, postmaster, merchant, soldier, and author. He is best known for his undercover work in exposing the "Banditti of the Prairie", resulting from his investigation of the torture-murder of noted Illinois pioneer and frontiersman, Colonel George Davenport. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Bonney, Edward, 1807-1864
Published 1894
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Book
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by Bonney, Edward, 1807-1864.
Published 1850
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Book Microform
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by Bonney, Edward, 1807-1864.
Published 1963
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Book
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(CARLI) (Other Sources: (UIUdb)2963051)
Book
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by Bonney, Edward, 1807-1864.
Published 1850
Subjects: '; ...Bonney, Edward, 1807-1864....
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (WIUdb)1001938)
Book Microform
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by Bonney, Edward, 1807-1864.
Published 2013
Subjects: '; ...Bonney, Edward, 1807-1864....
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (WIUdb)1190362)
Book
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by Bonney, Edward, 1807-1864.
Published 1970
(CARLI) (Other Sources: (DPUdb)298263, (WHEdb)186594)
Book Microform
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