Power’s War: New Film Investigates Arizona’s Deadliest Gunfight

powers-war-poster-blogIndependent filmmaker Cameron Trejo and historian Heidi Osselaer recently debuted the documentary, Power’s War, at a series of screenings ,including at the annual Arizona History Convention in Tucson, April 24, 2015. The film has brought together the most knowledgeable team of experts on the gun battle—many of whom have spent decades researching the tragic series of events that led up to the shootout in the Galiuro Mountains on February 10, 1918.  Why four men were killed that fateful day at the Power Cabin in Rattlesnake Canyon—and three would lose their freedom for life—are the just two of the questions the filmmakers were seeking to answer during their three years of research and interviews. To learn more about the film visit PowersWar.com.

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