Tombstone Travel Tips

Tombstone Travel Tips

Category: Historical Figures

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Wells Spicer

Introduction With October’s Gunfight Remembrance, thought we’d bring up a person whose name came up a lot in the aftermath of that Tombstone incident. You’ve

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Tombstone Women

Intro It wasn’t easy for women to make a way for themselves in the Old West. Reading through newspapers of the time, when women of

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Tom Jeffords

Tom Jeffords: Do You Remember Him? Born Thomas Jefferson Jeffords in NW New York State, New Years Day 1832. The gold rush attracted him West

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John Clum

John Philip Clum: Some Tombstone Firsts! Born in upstate NY Sept. 1, 1851. He eventually became a well-known resident of Tombstone. He was its 1st

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John B Allen

Intro When you hear the name John B Allen, somehow it brings to mind something familiar! Yes – that’s right. It’s Allen Street. Is that

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Crawley Dake

Intro Crawley Dake was Canadian born Sept. 1836. But his family crossed to the opposite side of the St. Lawrence River, relocating to Ogdensburg New

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Billy Stiles

Billy Stiles Had a Good Start William Larkin Stiles was born in Casa Grande Arizona. About mid-state, half-way between Tucson & Phoenix. Mostly flat area,

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Johnny Behind the Deuce

News Reports Brings Johnny-Behind-the-Deuce Enduring Fame! Jan. 15, 1881 edition of “The Citizen” of Tucson Arizona headline: ANOTHER MURDER Called P. Rourke there. He shot popular

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