Category Archives: History

A Story About Wyatt Earp

Between the years 1917 through 1928 Wyatt Earp (shown) and his wife Josephine took residence in a home in Vidal, California. It was here that the Earp’s would spend their winters in a cottage Mrs. Earp called her dream home. … Continue reading

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Sullivan County, New York

I wanted to share some information I received about the county in which I grew up, Sullivan County, New York…my hometown was Livingston Manor, named after Edward Livingston, relative of Richard Livingston who helped draft the Constitution…the county seat is … Continue reading

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The House Where Ann Bassett Died

I am so excited, and have to get this out, somewhere…since no one in the world really cares, but… Anyway, Butch Cassidy’s long time friend and lover was Ann Bassett, the “Queen of the Rustlers…she moved to Leeds, Utah, and … Continue reading

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A Journey In the Seabord Slave States

A JOURNEY in the SEABOARD SLAVE STATES, WITH REMARKS ON THEIR ECONOMY By Frederick Law Olmstead… CONTENTS Journey to the Seaboard Slave States Chapter I – VIRGINIA Slave Labor – Overseers – A Coal Mine – Negro and English Miners – valuable Servants – … Continue reading

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Who Was Etta Place

From Geni.com, this is the best discussion of the mystery of Harry Longabaugh (“the Sundance Kid”)’s girlfriend, Etta Place. About Etta Place (wife of the “Sundance Kid”) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Etta_Place Etta Place (born c. 1878, date of death unknown) was a companion … Continue reading

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The Lost Tomb of King Arthur

Having spent many years reading all that I can find on the historic Arthur, I have to say that Graham Phillips has the best, possibly provable, theory on who was the historic Arthur, and where he might be buried. This … Continue reading

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Rosa May

I often tell people that most of my friends are dead, and this is what I mean…I love this woman. Don’t ask me why, except she was a good woman and had a wonderful life, but I have read everything … Continue reading

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