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Rose Dunn (September 5, 1878 - June 11, 1955), also known as Rose of the Cimarron, was best known for her good looks and for her romantic involvement with outlaw George "Bittercreek" Newcomb when she was a teenager during the closing years of the Old West.
Rose Dunn was born near Ingalls, Oklahoma. Her family was poor, but she received a formal education at a convent in Wichita, Kansas.
Dunn's two older brothers became minor outlaws by the time she was 12.
She learned to ride, rope and shoot from her brothers. Through them, she
met and became involved romantically with George Newcomb circa 1893, when she was either 14 or 15 years of age.
Dunn met and became involved romantically with George "Bittercreek" Newcomb around 1893. The gang
that Newcomb ran with worshipped her due to her good looks and her calm
and kind demeanor, and were fiercely defensive of her, spawning her
loyalty to them.
She was completely infatuated with Newcomb and began supporting
Newcomb's outlaw life by venturing into town for supplies, as he was a
wanted man and could not. Newcomb by that time was riding with the Wild Bunch gang led by famous outlaw Bill Doolin. Her brothers, however, had left the outlaw life and had become well-known bounty hunters, calling themselves the Dunn Brothers.
On September 1, 1893, the gang was cornered in Ingalls by a posse of U.S. Marshals, in what became known as the Battle of Ingalls, resulting in an intense shootout. A western legend
has it that Newcomb was badly wounded, and while he lay in the street,
Rose Dunn is alleged to have run from the "Pierce Hotel" to his location
with two belts of ammunition and a Winchester rifle.
She fired the rifle at the Marshals while Newcomb reloaded his
revolvers, and Newcomb was able to escape. However, that account has
never been verified, and was never mentioned by the US Marshal official
report, which indicated that Newcomb at best fired two shots then fled.
Three Deputy Marshals were killed during the shootout. Newcomb and Charley Pierce were wounded but escaped. Gang member "Arkansas Tom" Jones was slightly wounded and captured by Deputy Marshal Jim Masterson. Together with Newcomb and other members of the gang, Rose Dunn hid out for at least two months nursing the remaining gang members back to health.
By 1895, Newcomb had a $5,000 bounty placed on him, dead or alive. Newcomb and Charley Pierce began hiding out near Norman, Oklahoma,
both of them having been wounded in a gunbattle with US Marshals. On
May 2, 1895, the Dunn Brothers shot and killed both Newcomb and Pierce
as they dismounted in front of the Dunn house to visit Rose. The
brothers collected the bounty, believed to have been $5,000 each.
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