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Southwesterner 92-year-old Walter Hearn...tells his version how Apache Kid met death near Winston 1963
Southwesterner Anybody may be capable of killing an enemy, but Apache chief kills friend to prove point Odens 1965
Southwesterner Apache Kid forced into outlawry Nicholas 1961
Southwesterner Apaches unintentionally helped discover Clifton, Ariz O'Neil 1965
Southwesterner Boxing bout at New Town near Morenci, Ariz., turns into poetry recital... Rutherford 1965
Southwesterner Boxing bout at New Town near Morenci, Ariz., turns into poetry recital... Rutherford 1965
Southwesterner Chief Victorio haunted General Hatch - even in press Miles 1968
Southwesterner Cochise praised six brave men who fought hundreds of Indians in 3-day fight at Doubtful Canyon Frazier 1962
Southwesterner Confessions ranch cook: "never say a homely cowboy." Lee 1966
Southwesterner Confessions ranch cook: "never say a homely cowboy." Lee 1966
Southwesterner Confessions ranch cooks "never saw a homely cowboy." Lee 1966
Southwesterner Deming woman "took" Holliday for 70,000 McGaw 1962
Southwesterner Fort Yuma was once Camp Calhoun, built to assist gold-rushers Cheney 1967
Southwesterner Frank Luke was a loner from Phoenix who loved to fight his own way Bamford 1964
Southwesterner Here's Apache Kid story as told originally by gentlemen of lod west who " paso por aqui." D 1964 Enos 1964
Southwesterner Hundreds have hunted for John Lee's secret mine, but its location remains a tantalizing mystery Kildare 1966
Southwesterner Iron Bridge is an Arizona ghost town where you can dance, drink and delight the boss, all at same time Worlds 1965
Southwesterner Mirage in the wilderness? 1966
Southwesterner Missouri teacher learned a lot teaching in Morenci, Ariz., school Ashley 1967
Southwesterner Mormons killed themselves and Apache Kid... but were never able to collect reward 1964
Southwesterner Noted artist died at Corralitos Woodward 1964
Southwesterner Nothing could stop this army surgeon from collecting birds, not even the Apaches; the story of Dr. Coues Montgomery 1966
Southwesterner Ochoa taught gringos how to be Americans Odens 1964
Southwesterner Parker did all right robbing trains, but hanged for killing Tenney 1965
Southwesterner Search for Brunckow mine at Tombstone leads to discovery of ghost towns and Mormon site Odens 1967
Southwesterner Small desert evergreen grows where once were only rocks placed by friend over lonely Arizona grave Freestone 1965
Southwesterner Small desert evergreen grows where once were only rocks placed by friend over lonely Arizona grave Freestone 1965
Southwesterner Step-daughter of man who killed Apache Kid has different story Kuts 1963
Southwesterner Tom Jeffords, the only white man to hold respect of Cochise, started life as riverboat captain Odens 1965
Southwesterner Tom Jeffords, the only white man to hold respect of Cochise, started life as riverboat captain Odens 1965