Listings in Nonfiction

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MURDERED on the streets of TOMBSTONE MURDERED on the streets of TOMBSTONE

Four men waited and four men walked…clearly a confrontation was coming. But what triggered the clash between these two groups? One side the Clanton brothers, Ike and Billy along with the McLaury brothers, Frank and Tom, local cattle ranchers in the Territory of Arizona, 1881. The other side, approaching with purpose, representatives of the law in Tombstone, Wyatt, Virgil, and Morgan Earp...

Tombstone AZ
Orphan Boy by R. J. Milne, Jr. Orphan Boy by R. J. Milne, Jr.

I was shifted for several years among relatives, and, once, at around eight years old, was given to strangers who wanted me for chores. When I neared eleven years of age, one of my uncles put me on a train, alone, going far west---toward another uncle living in Montana. At twelve, I struck out on my own, working numerous farms and ranches, laboring hard from sunup until sundown. Jobs were...

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The Cochise County Cowboys; Who were these men? The Cochise County Cowboys; Who were these men?

Joyce Aros combines her considerable artistic skill with careful research plus a fair amount of intuition, thus giving us a new and refreshing look at a variety of Cochise County "cowboy" characters associated with stories about the Earps. Heretofore, the "cowboys" have been portrayed as gun-slinging, snaggle-toothed bad guys bent on destruction with no family history, morals, or redeeming...

Tombstone AZ


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