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After a gunfight in a Hays, Kansas, saloon in 1873, two soldiers lie dead.

Two dead soldiers, Privates George H. Sumner and Peter Welsh, in front of a saloon in Hays, Kansas.

Old West Wanted Posters | old west wanted posters~OUTLAW BILLY THE KID DEAD IN SHOOT-OUT WITH ...

old west wanted posters~OUTLAW BILLY THE KID DEAD IN SHOOT-OUT WITH PAT GARRET

Old West Wanted Posters Outlaw Billy The Kid Dead in Shoot Out with Pat Garret

Long Branch Saloon | In 1878 Dodge City’s population was less than 1000, yet the town sported 16 saloons. Most renowned was the Long Branch Saloon.  Singing, dancing & women were not allowed north of the railroad tracks where the Long Branch was located. Entertainment was provided by owner Chalkley Beeson’s five piece orchestra, which later evolved into the famous Dodge City Cowboy Band.  Dance halls & saloons south of the tracks offered more lively amusement & back rooms with soiled doves.

Long Branch Saloon | In 1878 Dodge City’s population was less than 1000, yet the town sported 16 saloons. Most renowned was the Long Branch Saloon. Singing, dancing & women were not allowed north of the railroad tracks where the Long Branch was located. Entertainment was provided by owner Chalkley Beeson’s five piece orchestra, which later evolved into the famous Dodge City Cowboy Band. Dance halls & saloons south of the tracks offered more lively amusement & back rooms with soiled doves.

Bill Hickok in 1858--Bill Hickock was a stocktender at Rock Creek Station during the days of the Pony Express. Annie might have met him.

James Butler Hickok, "Wild Bill" when this photo was taken in He was just 21 years old.

This is the real thing – a saloon of the 1880–90s. You can practically tast...

Antique Photography & Photo Collecting - Timebinder - J. Jarvis "The Little Gem" Saloon & Restaurant

Cherokee outlaw, Ned Christie propped up on a slab for this photograph in Fort Smith, Arkansas after finally being captured dead or alive by one of Judge Parker's posses. *s

FAR WEST ¥ Cherokee outlaw, Ned Christie propped up on a slab for this photograph in Fort Smith, Arkansas after finally being captured dead or alive by one of Judge Parker's posses.

Bella Union was a saloon and theater in Deadwood, South Dakota, which opened on September 10, 1876. The proprietor was Tom Miller, an aggressive businessman who would buy several neighboring properties as well. In November 1878, Tom Miller went bankrupt, and the Bella Union became a grocery store downstairs, and a meeting hall named Mechanics' Hall upstairs.

Bella Union was a saloon and theater in Deadwood, South Dakota, which opened on September

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