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George Warren - Most Arizonans are familiar with this man's image even if they don't know his name. George Warren worked as a prospector in the Tombstone/Bisbee area during the mid 1800s. He is credit... View More
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April 25th, 1976, Rick Monday of the Chicago Cubs dashed to save the American flag from being burned by two men who rushed the field during a game at Dodger Stadium. Back when athletes actually respec... View More
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1876 - Ranching partners Corydon E. Cooley and Marion Clark reached a point where they decided the ranch wasn't big enough for the both of them and that one of them had to go. Problem was, neither wan... View More
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January 30th, 1895 - A train heading from Lordsburg, New Mexico to Tucson, Arizona was carrying on board several canvas bags filled with Mexican silver coins and a Wells Fargo Safe holding over 1,000 ... View More
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Wyatt Earp dealing Faro at the Orient
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"The George Washington of Rodeo" Everett Bowman (July 12, 1899 – October 25, 1971) was an American rodeo cowboy who competed from the 1920s to 1940s. During his career he won the Rodeo Association of... View More
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The Bonita Store in Bonita, Arizona once the George Atkins' saloon. In 1877 a young man (Henry "Kid" Antrem) had been arrested multiple times for stealing horses from Fort Grant. The first two times ... View More
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John Slaughter - Soldier, gambler, rancher and lawman. Born in Louisiana and raised in Texas (though it was said nobody ever called him "Tex" twice and lived) he had fought for the South in the Civil ... View More
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Roger Sherman signed the Continental Association, the Articles of Confederation, Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution, making him the only man to sign all four founding documents. When hi... View More
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Bobby Dunbar - The boy went missing in 1912 on a fishing trip in Louisiana at Swayze Lake. A nationwide search ensued. 8 months later a cop spotted a similar looking boy in Mississippi. The man with t... View More
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