Arizona
Tragic Powwow

Tragic Powwow

The Apache Kid vs Al Sieber, Then Everyone in Arizona Maps & Graphics by Gus Walker Based on the research of Dr. Sam Palmer, Dan Thrapp, Lynda...

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Lost Pick Mine

Lost Pick Mine

Arizona’s rugged central mountains, with their brawny mountains and twisting, boulder-choked canyons were a perfect place to lose a mine. Coronado’s...

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The Best Smirk in the West

The Best Smirk in the West

You only have to look at the smirk on Sharlot Hall’s face to know she just bested nasty men who thought women didn’t belong in photos like this—the...

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An Arizona Adventure

An Arizona Adventure

The Earp brothers’ trail from Prescott to Tombstone is a treasure trove of historic sites. Wyatt Earp, his lawmen brothers and Doc Holliday are best...

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Cave Creek, Arizona

Cave Creek, Arizona

Horses and Harleys merge “Where the West Lives” in the Old West suburb of metro Phoenix.   Scottsdale, which has gotten too big for its...

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Saloon Etiquette

Saloon Etiquette

The men of the West These private men of the West were also accustomed to inquiring of another man’s first name only. With their varied and often...

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Moses H. Sherman

Moses H. Sherman

Moses Hazeltine Sherman is a great example of the many bright young men who saw the opportunities in the Arizona Territory in the late 1800’s. He...

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Climax Jim

Climax Jim

Climax Jim was the darling of the Arizona press during the late 1890s. Thanks to the fertile imaginations of the old timers who knew him and the...

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