Theodore Roosevelt, 1903

"Let us speak courteously, deal fairly, and keep ourselves armed and ready." - Theodore Roosevelt, 1903

Gunfighters, Lawmen & Outlaws

Old West: Frontier Justice Started In California

Mokelumne Hill Was Bloodier Than Tombstone

Let's Talk About Calaveras County

The Vigilantes Of California, Part One

The Vigilantes Of California, Part Two

The Vigilantes Of California, Part Three

The Vigilantes Of California, Part Four

The Yreka Necktie Party of 1895

California Vigilante Justice, The Clappe Letters, 1851

Vigilance Affairs at Carson Valley, Placerville Register, 1858

Ebenezer Hamilton vs Marysville's Cemetery 1870

Horse Thieves and Their Rendezvous, 1857

LESLIE'S LUCK, The Tombstone Epitaph, Nov.18th, 1882

Clay Allison - "Never Killed A Man That Did Not Need Killing"

Clay Allison - The Original Shootist

Wyatt Earp -- After The Vendetta

Wyatt Earp - Was Wyatt A Horse Thief?

Wyatt Earp -- The Peoria Bummer

Wyatt Earp - Was Wyatt A Pimp?

Did Wyatt Earp arrest Ben Thompson -- Or is it another Earp Tall Tale?

The Legend Of Johnny-Behind-The-Deuce

Wyatt Earp -- From Infamous Badman to Famous Lawman

Wyatt Earp's OK Corral Gun Was Not A Colt

Wyatt Earp's Alaska Smith & Wesson Model 3

THE DEADLY BULLET, The Tombstone Epitaph, March 20th, 1882


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