The Jesse James Historical Site In Iowa Holds A Long Forgotten Secret Of The Wild West

Did you know that there’s a piece of wild west history in the Hawkeye State? Iowa’s history is full of fascinating stories, but few are as unexpected as the Jesse James Historical Site sitting off the road in Adair, Iowa.

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Today, you can find a train wheel and a stretch of track at the very spot that this fateful robbery occurred. Visit the Jesse James Historical Site in Adair, Iowa to see it for yourself.

Address: 1469 White Pole Rd, Adair, IA 50002, USA