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A man and his mine.
San Francisco's 601 took the law into their own hands.
Father Joseph Machebeaf Shakes Up Tubac
El Cadi's marriages weren't as legit as people suspected.
A Great Idea that Didn’t Quite Work…
One of the first stage robbers, Tom Bell, found the downside to the trade.
Start of a Lawman
Dave Cook had a personal reason for becoming an officer.
Rocky Mountain Gold
Touring Colorado’s historic mining towns leads to experiences rich in Old West history.
Julian Street in Cripple Creek
The heyday of Cripple Creek began around 1890 with Bob Womback.
Review of Jean Johnson's
Grit and Gold: The Death Valley Jayhawkers of 1849
Erik J. Wright
A Hot Ticket
The S.S. California was in demand during the Gold Rush.
Gold was discovered in what became Bodie by a party of prospectors in 1859.
Like Ducks to Water
The Sydney Ducks took over crime in early San Francisco.
Credit Where Credit is Due
Skookum Jim’s find started a major gold rush.