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The Council Hill Fight
A peace conference goes terribly wrong.
Nellie Cashman, Angel of the Mining Camps: Part 2
For a good deed she earned a title that would stick with her for the rest of her life
Nellie Cashman, A Single Mother of Five Children: Part 3
Nellie Cashman was the quintessential gold mining stampeder.
A Shallow Faith
Tombstone’s first priest strayed from the path.
Nellie Cashman, The Real McCoy: Part 4
Nellie Cashman had the “Luck of the Irish,” to go along with a keen knowledge of geology and business.
A Hot Ticket
The S.S. California was in demand during the Gold Rush.
A Storm is Coming
Gunman Charlie Storms made a mark across the West.
Nellie Cashman, The Story of a Real Life Dime Novel Heroine: Part 1
A restless adventurer, Nellie ranged the Old West for more than fifty years prospecting for gold.
The Deadliest Younger
John put several notches on his pistol.
Were any Arizona Rangers Involved in Gunfights in Mexico?
It’s possible gunfights with border outlaws were not made public.
All the World’s a Stage
Jack Langrishe was more than an actor and theater owner.
History of Jeans
Jeans were America’s first working clothes, then symbols of disobedience.