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Reviews of Wyatt Earp: The Missing Years
San Diego in the 1880's
"I enjoyed your book very much - besides being accurate it IS a fun read."
TV's Wyatt Earp
"Earp is pictured here . . . unsmiling, forbiddingly grim
and he has those hard, scaring eyes whose gaze could rip the buttons
off a man's vest. It is all fascinating."
San Diego Union Tribune
"The lore of the West has been expanded by
the Cilchs new work. Western buffs will enjoy the ride."
Robert C Coates
Judge of the Superior Court
San Diego, CA.
Here is what you'll find inside this unique book:
Chapter 1 - Early History
Wyatts Teen years and his early days as a Frontier Lawman
Chapter 2 - The Earps at Tombstone
Eyewitness account of the Gunfight at OK Corral
Chapter 3 - After Tombstone
Includes a lost group photo of Wyatt, Jermiah Johnson, Teddy Roosevelt
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and other famous Frontiersmen.
Chapter 4 - Wyatt Earp in Booming San Diego
Wyatts Gambling Halls and Saloons in Early San Diego
Chapter 5 - Wyatt in San Diego - collapse of the Boom
Wyatt and his wife Josie venture into horse racing
Chapter 6 - After San Diego
Wyatt referees a heavyweight fight in the Bay Area
Chapter 7 - Alaska Goldrush - Yukon, Nome
Prospecting and running a saloon in Nome Alaska
Chapter 8 - Wyatt Earp as a Prospector and Miner
Chapter 9 - Wyatt in Hollywood
Chapter 10 - Stewart Lake interviews
Chapter 11 - Trails End
Chapter 12 - Summing up
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