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The Tombstone Epitaph

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Tombstone residents recognize Tombstone Marine veterans as they return from overseas. Here, profiles on three veterans, all three alumni from Tombstone High School (THS), on their experiences and passion for the armed forces. Brothers experience Iraq, separated for first time The 21-year-old twin brothers, Tony and David Lopez, 2007 graduates of THS, knew from an early age that they wanted to join the Marine Corps. They followed in the footsteps of their 43-year-old stepbrother, who served in the Marines for eight years, and deployed for boot camp at Camp Pendleton in San Diego shortly after graduation. The brothers, together ...
Ariz.-based monthly publication that serves as a window in the history and culture of the Old West. Founded on May 1, 1880, The Epitaph is the second-oldest continually published newspaper in Arizona.
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Having already seen My Darling Clementine (1946) and The Gunfight at the OK Corral (1957) several times, I was lively to stare what director George Pan Cosmatos and his screenwriters would do with essentially the same material in this film. There are distinguished differences between and among them but suggesting comparisons and contrasts would be unfair to three different films which appeared over a 57-year period. Buy,Download, Or Stream Tombstone – The Director’s Cut! Click Here Now on to Tombstone. Director George Cosmatos worked with a grand cast and all of the performances are valid. William Fraker’s ... market research, surveys and trends
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Tombstone is a city in Cochise County, Arizona, United States, founded in 1879 by Ed Schieffelin in what was then the Arizona Territory. According to 2006 Census Bureau estimates, the population of the city was 1,569. In the summer of 1877 prospector Ed Schieffelin was working the hills east of the San Pedro River in the southeast portion of the Arizona Territory, when he came across a vein of very rich silver ore in a high plateau called Goose Flats. When Schieffelin filed his mining claim he named it "The Tombstone", after a warning given him by a passing soldier. While telling the soldier about his rock collecting ... market research, surveys and trends

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OK Corral reenactment Saturday at Earp birthplace
MONMOUTH — On Saturday at 2 p.m. there will be an O.K. corral reenactment at the Wyatt Earp birthplace. According to Wyatt Earp Historic House Museum owners Melba and Bob Matson, several reenactments will occur. The O.K. Corral The actual shootout at the O.K. Corral, took place Oct. 26, 1881 in Tombstone, Ariz. It lasted only 30 seconds, but 30 shots were fired and three men died. The build up to the fight took longer than the actual fight. According to Wyatt Earp's testimony when he and the other Earps were on trial for murder, the hostilities started when he approached Ike Clanton and Frank McLaury to catch a ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
This Day in Paranormal History: Ten-year-old boy attacked by Thunderbirds
While our eyes are turned to the sky this summer with mass UFO sightings, we should also be on the lookout for another type of UFO in the sky: reportedly giant birds. An event that occurred 33 years ago triggered a period of mass sightings of the mythical Thunderbird. On July 25, 1977, three little boys were playing in a Lawndale, Illinois back yard when two giant birds swooped down on them. Two of the boys ran away, but the birds shifted their focus toward the third boy: ten-year-old Marlon Lowe. One of the birds clamped onto the boy’s shoulders and reportedly attempted to fly off with him. The boy was reportedly lifted ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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The Tombstone Epitaph, Vol. 1 No. 8, Nov. 30, 1897
The Tombstone Epitaph. On Wednesday of this week, nineteen Tombstonians were I .... THE TOMBSTONE EPITAPH. PAGE 3. The Trial of Young Bear. Submitted by Q ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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took its first breath of life in 1880 as a Republican paper under the operation of John P. Clum, Thomas Sorin, and later that year, Charles Reppy. Clum chose the name for the paper because he felt that every tombstone had to have an epitaph. According to William H. Lyon, in his book, Those Old Yellow Dog Days, Frontier Journalism in Arizona 1859-1912 , Clum’s friends “thought the name alone would kill the paper,” yet “Clum took pride in his morbid creation” and felt that the Tombstone Epitaph would serve as a journal which represented and built up mining, Tombstone’s founding industry. In ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Accounts of the OK Corral Gunfight and Subsequent Legal ...
Stormy as were the early days of Tombstone nothing ever occurred equal to the event of yesterday. Since the retirement of Ben Sippy as marshal and the appointment of V.W. Earp to fill the vacancy the town has been noted for its quietness and good order. The fractious and much dreaded cowboys when they came to town were upon their good behaviour and no unseemly brawls were indulged in, and it was hoped by our citizens that no more such deeds would occur as led to the killing of Marshal White one year ago. It seems that this quiet state of affairs was but the calm that precedes the storm that burst in all its fury ...
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  1. profile image tombarnes39 Legend Part 2 We'll go out to the San Pedro River, then a visit the Epitaph and Red Marie's book store.http://tinyurl.com/29l2h34
  2. profile image bathroomonkey The title of this song is inscribed as an epitaph on Curtis's tombstone. http://youtu.be/I-2i2SR_OsU
  3. profile image nileshtel The Tombstone Epitaph : Blackberries make me sad (Part 4) - Warren Record http://url4.eu/6rJUp
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Clint's character Blondie was using a Colt 1851 Navy .36 revolver that had been converted to fire metallic cartridges. Technically, such a gun didn't exist (from a manufacturer, anyway) at the time the movie is set. So much for historical accuracy. About the closest thing available today as a standard production item is a repro of the Richards-Mason conversion of the 1851 Colt. Cimarron Firearms sells a nice one in .38 special. It carries an MSRP of $529, I think, so street price is probably somewhere around $400-450. It looks like this: http://www.cimarron-firearms.com/images/… The main difference between the ...