"Wyatt Earp's Thirteen Dead Men" by Ben Traywick
Withno effort at maintaining social and political correctness, Ben Traywick tells the account of the Earp years in Tombstone taken from the history that he has accumulated during his thirty years writing about the subject. There are blank spots in this history. Drawing from his knowledge and experience, Ben fills in some of these holes as he feels they actually happened.
Black and white historical photos. Tombstone's violent years as told by the city historian of Tombstone.
Ben T. Traywick earned 10 battle stars during his tour of duty in the Navy during World War II. He retired as a chemist, having worked in the explosives industry, and moved to Tombstone, Arizona. In 1957, Ben sold his first historical article and has never looked away from his lifelong interest. His first publication in the Tombstone Epitaph came in 1963, paving the road of a writing career that investigates virtually every aspect of that legendary
Wild West town and the persona's of its history. Since then, he has written more than 600 newspaper and magazine articles and has published over 40 pamphlets and books. Ben is the director of the Tombstone Tourism Association and the official town historian.
Soft Cover: 260 pages
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