When New York City Tamed the Feared Gunslinger Bat Masterson
In 1877, Bat Masterson lived in Cheyenne, Wyoming. He went on a five-week winning streak on the gambling tables, but he tired of the town and left when he ran into Wyatt Earp, who encouraged him to go to Dodge City, Kansas, where Bat’s brothers Jim and Ed were working in law enforcement. http://www.cheyenne.org
October 26, 1881 - The shoot-out at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona, occurred between the feuding Clanton and Earp families. Wyatt Earp, two of his brothers and “Doc” Holliday gunned down two Clantons and two others.
Arthur Clark Huidekoper was born in Meadville, PA & later attended Harvard. Huidekoper's HT Ranch neighbored the ranch of Teddy Roosevelt in North Dakota. In 1907 Huidekoper returned to PA where he built the Little Missouri Stock Farm near the shores of Conneaut Lake. It is said that he bought the 7th Calvary horses Lakota Indians captured at the Little Big Horn.