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SLAUGHTER, JOHN H., 1841?-1922

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Author: 
Willson, Roscoe G
Language: 
English
Notes: 
In Willson, Roscoe G. Pioneer cattlemen of Arizona. vol. 2, p. 58

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Author: 
Chisholm, Joseph Francis
Language: 
English
Notes: 
In Chrisholm, Joseph Francis. Brewery Gulch. p. 47-85

You just got to be a Texan'

Author: 
K. DeWane
Article Date: 
January 25, 1976
Article Abstract: 
Homer Sheffield, 83, knew John Slaughter the Tombstone lawman
Language: 
English

Recognition and honor

Author: 
E. C. Landin
Article Date: 
September 10 1967
Article Abstract: 
Black pioneer became a beloved citizen of Tombstone
Language: 
English

John Slaughter, feared by the bad men

Author: 
R. G. Willson
Article Date: 
February 23, 1964
Language: 
English

John Slaughter, west of the Pecos

Author: 
A. A. Erwin
Article Date: 
Winter 1971
Language: 
English

John Swain and Tombstone's Boothill

Author: 
D. M. Bentz
Article Date: 
October-November 1975
Article Abstract: 
Black pioneer became a beloved citizen of Tombstone
Language: 
English

Feared by the bad men

Author: 
R. G. Willson
Article Date: 
November 2, 1975
Article Abstract: 
John Slaughter's San Bernardino Ranch
Language: 
English

Burial on Boothill

Author: 
D. Martin
Article Date: 
January 1953
Article Abstract: 
Black pioneer became a beloved citizen of Tombstone
Language: 
English