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Was He…or Wasn’t He?
Popular culture’s portrayal of Breakenridge is likely unfair.
Not A Big Name
But John Rockfellow had a big impact on Southeast Arizona.
Tombstone’s first jail or lockup was an adobe structure on Fremont St. near the one built in 1882 that stands there today...
The Pen Is Mightier…?
Two Tombstone editors nearly had a duel.
New from the New York Times Bestselling Author
The Under The Bed Shootout
A Tombstone fight like no other.
Telephone Service To Tombstone
By the time telephone line was strung, the Earp’s already left Tombstone.
Love? And Marriage
The Spences and their role in the Morgan Earp murder.
The Russells And Earps
Actors Bing and Kurt Russell and Tombstone
The Day The Rails Reached Tucson
There was cause for great celebration in Tucson on March 20th, 1880 when the Southern Pacific rolled into town marking the end of those hot, dusty stagecoach trips across barren deserts.
Another Side Of Spicer
The judge’s legacy lives on in Tombstone.