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A Man For The State Seal
How George Warren’s image was chosen was strange.
The End Of The Line
An 1886 fire helped end Tombstone’s silver industry.
Peace officers in the Old West weren’t held to the high standards they are today.
A Posse Of Train Robbers
Burt insisted Three-Finger Jack was a liar and that he, Burt was too dumb to plan such a clever robbery.
Mrs. Fly, The Photographer
Mollie Fly was the unsung heroine of Tombstone pictures.
Grant Wheeler and Joe George were a pair of wannabe train robbers that should have stuck to punchin’ cows.
Boone May – Gunfighter?
His reputation exceeded his accomplishments.
What The Man Saw
Burt Alvord—lawman, outlaw, witness to history.
The Great Cowboy Strike At Tascosa In 1883
They were being treated like 'employees,' not like cowboys.
Justice For A Killer Constable
Prison wasn’t enough for a Yuma lawman.
The First Wagon Trains West
The wagon trains first began heading west in the early 1820s with the opening of the Santa Fe Trail...
Colonel Phillip St. George Cooke
Scott ‘Fitzgerald wrote, “You show me a hero and I’ll write you a tragedy.”