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The Tombstone Reporter
Clara Brown told the world about The Town Too Tough To Die.
A Man Of Many Hats
Frank Reid was a teacher, engineer, bartender—and gunfighter.
Shot Himself In The Foot
Clay Allison’s marksmanship was a little off…
Why Don’t People Remember Virgil Earp?
Why do you suppose he doesn’t get the credit he deserves?
The Long Drive
The Long Drive from the Texas brasada country south of San Antonio up to Abilene was about eight hundred miles and could take as long as two months...
A Day In The Life Of A Chuckwagon Cook
The cook didn’t just cook; he was also the barber, doctor, veterinarian, banker, arbitrator, letter writer, and father-confessor.
Western Film Composer Ennio Morricone Dead at 91
Ennio Morricone, 1928 - 2020
The Battle Of San Pasqual
San Pasqual is a hilly, rugged area about 35 miles from San Diego. It was a rainy morning that December 6th when the two opposing forces faced each other across an open plain...
The Wigwam Was The Place To Be
The Winslow, Arizona saloon was pretty lively.
The Army Of The West
The “golden prize” for the United States was California and that was the primary mission of General Stephen Watts Kearny’s Army of the West...
Under Spanish rule any French or American trader who ventured into Santa Fe or Taos would be arrested and marched on foot to Chihuahua or even Mexico City and imprisoned. All that was about to change...
Not-so-honest Jack Davis
The businessman turned train robber paid the price.