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The November 2012 line-up: Butch Cassidy "Even Outlaws Vote"

Bill Tilghman – At the age of 71, the last active Old West sheriff was killed, but not by a bank robber or cattle thief.

Bummer – For four years, Bummer and his friend Lazarus were the talk of San Francisco.  They were dogs…real dogs.

Thomas J. Smith – Marshall Smith tamed Abilene, Kansas without even using a gun.  The way he did it is interesting.

Ned Christie – The posse trying to arrest Christie used as much armament as used in a major battle.  But Christie stuck it out to the end.

XIT Ranch – The XIT Ranch, or Ten In Texas Ranch “was like a farmer in Massachusetts turning out a cow to graze and finding her months later in Delaware.”

Sioux Hanging – 300 Sioux were sentenced to be hanged for atrocities to whites.  But, President Lincoln stepped in before the hanging.

Daniel Steel Killed – We’ve all had a bad meal at a restaurant.  I doubt that any of us have done what Jack Carr did because of the bad meal.  He killed the restaurant owner.

Doc Holliday – Doc Holliday went to his grave unable to accomplish the one thing he wanted to do all his adult life, die in a gun fight.

Russian Bill William Rogers Tattenborn, also known as Russian Bill, was “A darn nuisance”.  And it cost him his life, at the end of a rope.

Index Newspaper – Frontier newspapers were unique.  But none was as unique as the Index Newspaper with its 25 different locations.

James East – As a young cowboy James joined a posse that eventually captured Billy The Kid.  This experience resulted in his spending the remaining fifty years of his life as a lawman.

 Thomas Carson – As a lawman Thomas was a bully.  The people of Kansas couldn’t take him, but it was different for the people of Texas.

Harvey Whitehill – Sheriff Whitehill wasn’t above deceiving outlaws in order to get convictions.

Custer Court-Martialed – George Custer always seemed to live on the edge.  In 1867, he stepped over it, and was court-martialed on eight counts.

Montana Lynch Law – Montana was known for its lynching.  Helena had one in 1877 that was well documented.

The Diamond Hoax – At the time of the California gold rush there were a number of get-rich-quick hoaxes.  But none better than the one put together by two Kentucky cousins.

Old West Forensics – They even used forensics in the Old West.  I’m sure no modern lawman has resorted to the method used in this story.

Lindsey Applegate – One of the good Indian Agents, Applegate tried to get two rival tribes to live together.  But it wasn’t to be.

Jim Beckwourth – We’ve all been in situations that we’ve wondered how we got there.  This one affected Beckwourth so much that he turned his back on white society.

Sand Creek Massacre I & II – One man’s political ambitions led to one of the most atrocious Indian massacres.

Even Outlaws Vote – We don’t think of outlaws as being democratic.  But a vote was taken during Butch Cassidy’s first train robbery. (The picture above is of Butch Cassidy.)

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