Arizona Territory Deputy US Marshal Old West Style Law Badge
In 1879 Wyatt Earp, who had built a reputation as a gunfighter in Dodge City, Kansas, settled in Tombstone, Arizona Territory. Earp tried to create some semblance of order in Arizona, working first as the deputy sheriff of Pima County and later as deputy U.S. marshal for the entire Arizona Territory. Reproduction Antiqued Brass Arizona Territory Deputy US Marshal Old West Style Law Badge Size 3" Six Point Star by Circle KB All Western Cowboy
William Preston - Civil War Confederate Major General, US Congressman. Born in Louisville, Kentucky, he was elected as a Whig to the Thirty-second and Thirty-third Congresses, serving 1852 to 1855. At the outbreak of the Civil War, he was the Ambassador to Spain when he resigned and returned to his home state of Kentucky in 1861. He served in the Confederate Army, attained the rank of Major General and was appointed the Minister Plenipotentiary Confederate minister to Mexico.
Danny Flores - Musician, Composer. He performed under the name Chuck Rio and was the composer of the hit song "Tequila," for the Champs in 1958. The classic instrumental featured Flores' recognizable rusty saxophone line and his periodic growl of "Tequila!", the sole lyric. "Tequila!" went to No. 1 on the Billboard chart and won a Grammy in 1959 for best rhythm and blues performance.