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The Tombstone doctor found new ways to treat patients.
Dave Cerday did more than just interpret for Comanches and the government.
A Jail! My Kingdom For A Jail!
The Lincoln County (NM) sheriff lobbied for some strong bars.
Regulators And The Rope
Some New Mexico outlaws sought their own justice.
Do This, Don’t Do That
The code of the West: more suggestions than rules.
Electioneering, Little Arch-style
Clement made sure Democrats won in 1866
Burying Bloody Bill
No respect for Anderson’s remains
Burn ‘em Out
Bloody Bill Anderson avenged his father’s death.
The Audit That Nixed Nix
E.D. Nix was fired as US marshal—based on a wrong accounting.
Pastor John Clum?
The Tombstone stalwart nearly became a minister.
John Clum, All-American
He played in one of the first college football games.
Taking Revenge On The Railroad
On the job injuries pushed John Sontag onto the outlaw trail.