Nathaniel Reed Nick named (Texas Jack) was born onthisday March 23rd 1862 and died on January 7 1950。 He was a 19th century American Outlaw. Responsible for many bank, stagecoach and train robberies throughout the American southwest between the years of 1880-90s.
Nathaniel didn’t act on his own as he led a band gang, especially in the area of the Rocky Mountain and the Indian Territory.
Reed had claimed to be one of the last surviving members on the the list known as “47 most notorious outlaws” in the Indian territory. In his later years of his life he had became a evangelist which he preached in the streets of Tulsa against the dangers of the “life of Crime”.