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Tombstone

Walter Noble Burns

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The second of three books by Walter Noble Burns covering the post-Civil War American West, Tombstone: An Iliad of the Southwest, first published in 1927, is one of the earliest popular semi-fictional histories of some of the West’s most famous lawmen and outlaws. Wyatt Earp (the “Lion of Tombstone”), his brothers Virgil and Morgan, and their friend Doc Holliday face off against rustlers and outlaws like Curly Bill, Billy and Ike Clanton, Frank and Tom McLaury, and Johnny Ringo, culminating in the famous gunfight at the O.K. Corral.

Throughout the narrative, Burns draws the reader into the life of the boomtown, from founding, to meteoric rise, and final collapse, with a focus on the personalities, conflicts, and myths that have cemented the town and its characters as a fixture in many aspects of American popular culture, including books, comics, radio dramas, films, and television. Burns’ Tombstone is the iconic frontier town of “The Old West.”

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