A narrative of John P. Clum's life as Apache Agent was the subject of the 1956 motion picture, "Walk the Proud Land" staring Audi Murphy. 1749 1749. Clum and his wife moved to Florence, Arizona Territory and bought a weekly newspaper, the Arizona Citizen then operating in Tucson, but he moved it to Florence. John Clum died in 1932, four months shy of turning 81. Fils de Taa Di Tlish Hn et de Gha Den Dini (« celle qui est traversée par la lumière »), il n'a jamais été chef, mais en tant qu'homme-médecine (chaman)[réf. Founded in January 1880, The Epitaph is the oldest continually published newspaper in Arizona. , The office was very political, as the military commanders and civilian agents competed for control over the reservation and the money associated with the responsibility. His parents were William Henry and Elizabeth van Deusen Clum of Dutch and German descent; he had five brothers and three sisters: Henry W. Clum, Jane E. Clum, Cornelia Clum, Sarah E. Clum, George A. Clum, Robert A. Clum, Cornelius N. Clum, and Alfred Clum. Along with stealing tax funds, the Ten Percent Ring helped in election fraud and helping the outlaw Cochise County Cowboys.  He was survived by his third wife, Florence, a son Woodworth, and a daughter Caro Kingsland Clum Vachon. Others accused of membership in the ring was Artemus Fay (?–1906), owner of the Tombstone's first newspaper, the Tombstone Weekly Nugget and Harry Wood (1848–1896) a writer for the Weekly Nugget and an under-sheriff of Behan. ” He later was appointed as the warden of the Yuma Territorial Prison and had various other government jobs until his death in 1912. Governor Pesqueira of Sonora complained bitterly about the raids, and General Crook tried to figure out how to force the relocation of the raiders to the San Carlos Reservation. 1826 KY and Angeline (?) . . Après la mort de Taza, le fils aîné de Coc…  During a five-month period he traversed 8,000 miles (13,000 km) in the Alaskan territory, equipping existing post offices and establishing seven new post offices. Clum and his wife moved to Florence, Arizona Territory and bought a weekly newspaper, the Arizona Citizen then operating in Tucson but moved it to Florence. It was directed by Frank Perry. John Clum with his first wife, Mary Ware. He implemented a limited form of self-government on the reservation that was so successful that other reservations were closed and their residents moved to San Carlos. Birth of Phillip Clum, Sr. 1809 Corral hearing and aftermath was the direct result of the 30-second Gunfight at the O.K. Having taken a course in meteorology and signaling, he was ordered to Santa Fe, New Mexico, and there opened a station for meteorological observations in November 1871. 1728 1728. He recognized the value of his photographs to illustrate periodicals of the day and took his camera to the scenes of important events where he deliberately recorded them and resold pictures to editors nationwide. Clum spent several years touring the country for the Southern Pacific Railroad, giving hundreds of lectures all over the country to promote tourism and passenger-use of the railroad. (2003) … From 1872 to 1876, there was peace in southern Arizona. , John Clum married first 8 November 1876 in Delaware County, Ohio to Mary "Mollie" Ware. In June 1880, he was appointed Postmaster at Tombstone, Arizona Territory, and filled that office with ability and satisfaction. Soon after Behan became sheriff, Virgil Earp was appointed Tombstone city marshal and had his brothers Wyatt Earp and Morgan Earp become special deputy policemen. Corral in the boomtown of Tombstone, Arizona Territory but was unarmed and ran from the gunfight, in which his 19-year-old brother, Billy, was killed. They opened fire on me from both sides of the road. In November 1876, Mr. Clum was united in marriage, at Delaware, Ohio, with Miss Mary D. Ware, daughter of the late Hon. Joseph Isaac Clanton was a member of a loose association of outlaws known as The Cowboys who clashed with lawmen Wyatt, Virgil and Morgan Earp as well as Doc Holliday. Three months later he made the trip and stayed for over six months during which time their friendship grew while the negotiations failed. (2002) (Video) Screw My Wife Please 29: And Turn Her Inside Out! Finding aid completed by Holly Rose Larson, NHPRC Processing Archivist, Oct 21, 2012 - Former Indian Agent John P. Clum-Mayor of Tombstone and Publisher of the Tombstone Epitaph.The Republican Paper. Your email address will not be published. He and his newspaper had consistently supported the lawmen. The Apaches, who were supposed to be fed and housed by their caretakers, rarely saw the results of the federal money and suffered as a result. Behan failed to win re-election as sheriff in November of 1882, he would not serve as a peace officer again.  Throughout his life, Clum believed that his work among the Apache was the finest and noblest work he had ever done. She was the wife of John P. Clum, Mayor and Postmaster of Tombstone, and Editor of the Tombstone Epitaph.  John Clum married thirdly 24 October 1914 in New York City, New York to Florence A. Baker. (2003) (Video) Screw My Wife Please 34: And Make Her Wacky! Doc is a 1971 American western film, which tells the story of the gunfight at the O.K. The stagecoach was fired upon by unknown assailants. In February 1883, he was again married, his second wife being Miss Belle Atwood, daughter of the late Judge J. P. Atwood, of Madison, Wisconsin. . They were picking us off one by one. While mayor he became lifelong friends with Wyatt Earp and became one of his greatest supporters. On February 26, 1874, he was appointed Indian Agent of the Apaches at San Carlos, Arizona, and discharged the difficult duties of the office with remarkable fidelity and efficiency, and to the great satisfaction of the citizens of Arizona and Colorado. He returned to his father's farm in the summer of 1871. John & Mollie Clum #5 - Plans for Tombstone Arizona ~ ~ John Clum intended to bring a newspaper to town. In September, 1867, he entered the Hudson River Institute (later known as Claverack College), a military academy in Claverack, New York.    , Clum, Wells Fargo Agent Marshall Williams, Justice of the Peace Wells Spicer, mine owner E. B. Gage, attorney Tom Fitch, Oriental Saloon owner Lou Rickabaugh, and the Earps were also threatened. Clum encouraged them to take up the peaceful pursuits of farming and raising cattle. Clanton is afraid important people might see Clum's paper and the truth but Clum's hot temper may be his undoing by allowing Behan to sue and bankrupt him. They did not give consideration to the different tribes, cultures, customs and language. In December 1880, his wife Mary had a daughter Elizabeth, called Bessie, but Mary died soon after on December 18, 1880. He was survived by a son, Woodworth Bernhardi Clum (1906-1989), who was also a publisher and his two daughters, Elizabeth (1904-1949) and Marjory (1912-?). She was 27 years old. Having taken an active interest in the progress of his chosen county, he has twice taken charge of horticultural and mineral exhibits of San Bernardino in the East, one held in Washington in March, 1889, and the Citrus Fair, held in New York in the winter of 1889-’90. Phillip Clum, Sr. son.  Clum tired of the Army's constant meddling in his management of the reservation and the lack of support from the Indian Bureau, the very people who a short time previously had sought him out specifically as a man who would make a good Agent. He was elected to the Seventh Arizona Legislative Assembly, representing Yavapai County. During his service as Indian Agent, Mr. Clum passed through many severe trials, hairbreadth escapes and thrilling adventures, one of the most exciting of which was the capture of the desperate and blood-thirsty savage, Chief Geronimo, the only time that wily old Indian ever was captured. In the latter part of 1882 Mr. Clum went to Washington and accepted a position in the office of the Chief Inspector of the Post office Department. Cochise County in southeastern Arizona was the scene of a number of violent conflicts in the 19th-century and early 20th-century American Old West, including between white settlers and Apache Indians, between opposing political and economic factions, and between outlaw gangs and local law enforcement. Cochise declined at least in part because he was afraid to travel with his family after the recent Camp Grant Massacre. Your email address will not be published. He took many other pictures of life in the silver-mining boom town of Tombstone, Arizona and the surrounding region. Victorio and the Chihenne Chiricahuas acquiesced at first. John Philip Clum (1851–1932)played many roles in the Southwest—soldier, newspaper publisher, mayor of Tombstone, friend of Wyatt Earp and agent at the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation in Arizona Territory from August 1874 to July1877. On October 26, 1881, Clanton was present at the Gunfight at the O.K. . Billy's brother Ike, who had repeatedly threatened to kill the Earps for some time, had been present at the gunfight but was unarmed and fled. His life before Tombstone is just as interesting, but that story is known only to a few. In January Virgil Earp was maimed in an assassination attempt and in March Morgan was murdered. Cochise County was carved off in 1881 from the easternmost portion of Pima County during a formative period in the American Southwest. They used that time to elude the cavalry and flee south. His friendship with Apache leader Cochise was instrumental in ending the Indian wars in that region. The Army disliked Clum's actions, as it prevented them from raking off part of the funds that passed through the reservation. This estimable lady presides over the destinies of his domestic affairs with happiest results. Plot. His strategy outwitted Geronimo, and he was captured and placed in irons without the loss of a single life, and, together with several of his worst chiefs, was taken to San Carlos and put in confinement. Also known as "Hell's Forty Acres" under United States occupation because of deplorable health and environmental conditions, today's San Carlos Apaches successfully operate a Chamber of Commerce, the Apache Gold and Apache Sky Casinos, a Language Preservation program, a Culture Center, and a Tribal College. Clum was later named postmaster for Fairbanks, Alaska, and served in that position until 1909. Tris Coffin was cast as Captain Loren Phillips and John Considine as Lago. It included the Chiricahua Mountains and ran south to the Mexican border. He obtained a classical education, studying among other subjects Latin, Greek, Mathematics (including algebra), Natural History (including physiology) and Rhetoric. For more than two years he published editorials criticizing "the Army of Arizona and the political double-crossers in Washington". Mary died shortly after giving birth to the couple's daughter, Elizabeth, a sickly child who died the following summer. Clum was certain the hold-up was cover for an attempt to kill him, so didn't reboard the stage, but walked until he found a horse he could borrow. Caro, Alaska was named after his daughter Caro.  , Clum described the attempted murder later. Cochise was unwilling to accept the Tularosa Valley as his reservation and home. Additional Imagery. Clum read in a newspaper story that the federal War Department in Washington, D.C. was organizing a meteorological service. When Cochise County was formed in February 1881, Behan was appointed as its first sheriff. Jan 17, 2015 - Mary Dennison Ware Clum, wife of Tombstone mayor and Epitaph founder/editor John P. Clum, a good friend of Wyatt Earp. In 1898, Clum was appointed Postal Inspector for the Alaska Territory and was commissioned to establish a territorial postal service there. It is generally regarded as the most famous shootout in the history of the American Wild West. 'Get in this, Ike, or get out!' His descendants still live in Alaska territory and also in Oregon... [ citation needed ], Sam Melville was cast as Clum in the 1970 episode, "Clum's Constabulary", on the syndicated television anthology series, Death Valley Days , hosted by Dale Robertson. She was 27 years old. (2002) (Video) Screw My Wife Please 30: And Make Her a Star (2002) (Video) Followed by . John Clum left Alaska in 1909. It stars Stacy Keach, Faye Dunaway, and Harris Yulin. and Ike got out." The film was shot in Almeria in southern Spain. December 14, 1881, an attempt was made to assassinate him in the stage, en route from Tombstone to Tucson, by the lawless ruffians whom he gave no quarter in bringing to justice. John P. Clum, of San Bernardino, was born in Claverack, Columbia County, New York, in 1851, and his childhood and youth were passed on the banks of the historic Hudson. your own Pins on Pinterest Eventually he moved the paper back to Tucson. He was married and had two children, but his wife divorced him, accusing him of consorting with prostitutes. He died at Owl Head Buttes in the Tortolita Mountains 35 miles north of Tucson. How did John Clum's first wife die?, Mark, Boardman, True West, History of the American Frontier. After the Gunfight at the O.K. Screw My Wife Please 28: And Let the Good Times Roll! Mary died on 18 December 1880, in Tombstone, Arizona, of fever, about one week after giving birth to a daughter named Bessie. Within a year there came a turn of events that changed the life of John P. Clum and possibly the entire history of the Southwest. , Clum's friendship with the Earps and loyalty to the business leadership made him a target for the outlaw Cochise County Cowboys. "There were nine of us who were not supposed to get out of Tombstone alive. In September, 1870, he enrolled at Rutgers College. After the death of his wife, Fay moved to Flagstaff and started a newspaper there. Cattle thieves frequently rode across the border into Mexico and stole cattle from Mexican ranches, which they drove back across the border and sold in the United States. Both killings were considered to have been self-defense. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona Territory, on October 26, 1881. We didn't pay a lot of attention to them at first, but after a few months it became most unbearable. Friend of Wyatt. Mr. Clum remained in the department at Washington until January 1885, when he was reappointed Postmaster at Tombstone. Photos & Videos.  Clum later observed, There had been a lot of talk about the justification of the fight. John P. Clum This image sold for $3,500 bid at Cowan’s Auctions. - IMDb Mini Biography By: John F. Barlow Spouse (1) He got to Benson the next day and then returned to Tombstone. Three miles farther along the road a bullet tore through my coat and lead brought down my horse. In 1881, Wyatt Earp served for about five months as undersheriff of the eastern half of Pima County. Behan was sheriff of Yavapai County from 1871 to 1873. Clum's feuds with the military escalated. A total of 453 Chiricahuas, 100 from Geronimo's band and the rest under Victorio, reached San Carlos in late May. Mar 6, 2020 - This Pin was discovered by Barb MacNeil. Geronimo, on the other hand, was defiant. , To the distant politicians in Washington D.C., all Indians were alike. Woodworth Clum turned his father's recollections of the San Carlos years into a book, Apache Agent, published in 1936. Dear Maddie: Researching Tombstone Mayor John Clum's Letters to His Dear Wife (or They Actually Let Me Touch Historical Letters!) In 1928 he moved to Los Angeles, where he lived until his death in 1932 at age 80.  The newspaper is still published today as a nationally distributed chronicle of the old west. At his funeral, friends mourned John Clum's death as a "sign of the passing of the Old West." Two weeks later he was dispatched to Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he became a weather observer. She was 27 years old.   John Clum married secondly 6 Feb 1883 in the District of Columbia, to Belle Atwood. Some Indian agents sought the position only as a means to line their own pocket, selling government-supplied food and clothing and keeping the profits for themselves. We could never put our hands definitely on those who were doing it. Corral was a 30-second shootout between lawmen led by Virgil Earp and members of a loosely organized group of outlaws called the Cowboys including Ike Clanton that occurred at about 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 26, 1881, in Tombstone, Arizona Territory, United States. Old Man Clanton gives Sheriff Behan orders to run John P. Clum out of town. He served as Tombstone, Arizona's Special Policeman when he helped his brothers Virgil and Wyatt and Doc Holliday confront the outlaw Cochise County Cowboys in the Gunfight at the O.K. After completing the first year and creditably passing all the examinations, adverse fortune compelled him to leave college, and in 1871 he entered the meteorological service of the United States Government. . Clum knew that a number of Indian Agents had already come and gone. Sadie Marcus was his mistress, possibly as early as 1875 in Tip Top, Arizona, and certainly from 1880 until she found him in bed with another woman and kicked him out in mid-1881. Wyatt hoped that the legal system would bring the Cowboys to justice, but after suspects in both ambushes were freed, Wyatt resolved to take matters into his own hands. Harry M Woods, a Pennsylvania Infantry Union Veteran, moved to from Tombstone to Nogales, Arizona where he was a tax collector till his death in 1896. your own Pins on Pinterest John P. Clum, and newspaper clippings about John P. Clum, ranging from 1928 to 1957. creator: Clum, John P., 1851-1932 Processing history Processed by Glenna Schroeder, circa 1977-1981. All of these enterprises were triumphant successes. Clum and his wife, Mary, moved to Florence, where he studied law. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Corral and of one of its protagonists, Doc Holliday. John P. Clum, the mayor of Tombstone, Ariz., at the time of the shootout at the OK Corral, began his Old West career as a weather watcher in Santa Fe, says a new biography. The newspaper outlined the corruption charges of Johnny Behan the Cochise County sheriff. Charles Drake Tom Sweeny . He also founded the still-operating The Tombstone Epitaph on May 1, 1880. On May 1, 1882, two years to the day after he started The Tombstone Epitaph, he sold it and left Tombstone. The Dutch Reformed Church was given charge of the San Carlos Reservation. Tom Jeffords embarked on a series of ventures as sutler and postmaster at Fort Huachuca, head of the first Tucson water company trying to bring artesian water to that city, and as prospector and mine owner and developer. At the age of nineteen he graduated at the Hudson River Institute, and entered the freshman class of Rutger’s College, New Brunswick, New Jersey. Free Genealogy » Arizona » Biography of John P. Clum. Tombstone became the new county seat and the location of Behan's office. The firing of Jeffords and the abolition of the reservation in southeastern Arizona drove the Chiricahuas deeper into Mexico or over to the Ojo Caliente Reservation in the New Mexico Territory. For the next two years he published editorials criticizing "the Army of Arizona and the political double-crossers in Washington". During Clum's tenure at San Carlos, he treated the Apaches as friends, established the first Indian Tribal Police and a Tribal Court, forming a system of Indian self-rule. When Johnny Behan was the Cochise County sheriff one of his duties was collecting prostitution, gambling, liquor, and theater taxes. I kept going without him." Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Enter your email address to subscribe to AccessGenealogy and receive notifications of new posts by email. After waiting in vain for military reinforcements to help with the move, Clum began relocating the tribe in early June. Mary died shortly after giving birth to the couple's daugher, Elizabeth, a sickly child who died the following summer. Researching John and Mary Clum … The office was a canvas tent on Fremont, between 3rd & 4th. Courtesy photo In October 1872, Jeffords led General Oliver O. Howard to Cochise's Stronghold, believed to be China Meadow, in the Dragoon Mountains. Corral and the murder of Morgan Earp, Behan did nothing to find the killers of Morgan Earp.  The Apaches nicknamed him "Nantan Betunnikiyeh", "Nantan", meaning boss or leader, "Betunnykahyeh" meaning high-forehead, or "Boss With The High Forehead", referring to his baldness. Cochise's sons Taza and Naiche agreed to the move and killed several Chircahuas, including Eskinya, Cochise's trusted ally, when he insisted they go to war. The stage didn't carry any mail, cash, or silver, so robbery was an unlikely motive for the attack. In the story line, Clum recruits an elite team of Apaches to aid the U.S. Cavalry in the Southwest but faces opposition within the white community. He was also a partner in a Bisbee-area saloon with ex-Texas Ranger Pete Spence. During a month-long preliminary hearing, Judge Wells Spicer exonerated the men, concluding they had been performing their duty. Faced with superior officers who strongly disagreed with his methods, dogged by an uncaring Indian Bureau administration and under constant harassment by the Army, Clum was frustrated. United States Federal Census records, Ancestry.com. He continued in that relation until February 1880, when he sold it to R. C. Brown. After Artemus Fay departed the Weekly Nugget, which burned in the great fire of 1882 and didnot repoen, he worked at the Nugget Mine in Dos Cabezas and start a short-lived paper there, the Gold Note. He left his post as Indian Agent at noon on July 1, 1877, nearly three years after he had arrived. , President U.S Grant established the San Carlos Reservation on December 14, 1872. Anne Bancroft Tianay . Learn how your comment data is processed. Screw My Wife Please 32: And Make Her Sweat Like a Pig! John Clum with his first wife, Mary Ware. Other television series or films with reference to Clum include: The Gunfight at the O.K. Corral) at which the notorious gun battle took place — Ike Clanton filed murder charges and after a month-long preliminary hearing, Justice of the Peace Wells Spicer ruled the men had acted within the law. He first met Cochise when he rode alone into Cochise's camp in 1871 to request that the chief come to Canada Alamosa for peace talks. Ohio, County Marriages, 1774-1993, Ancestry.com. During that confrontation, Deputy U.S. Milt Joyce departed Tombstone in 1883. Clum later became the first mayor of Tombstone, Arizona Territory, after its incorporation in 1881. Then renegade Apaches killed Nicholas Rogers who had sold them whiskey and the cry went out to abolish the reservation and remove Jeffords as agent. Learn how and when to remove these template messages, Learn how and when to remove this template message, https://truewestmagazine.com/how-did-john-clums-first-wife-die/, "San Dimas Remembered – John P. Clum, Indian Agent", "Decision of Judge Wells Spicer after the Preliminary Hearing in the Earp-Holliday Case", "Ex-Mayor Finds Town He Fled In Hail of Lead Quiet Now", "John Philip Clum, Gold Rush Postal Inspector", Only government agent to peacefully capture. United States Federal Census Records, Ancestry.com. He also attended religious services at the Dutch Reformed Church. Camillus "Buck" Sydney Fly was an Old West photographer who is regarded by some as an early photojournalist and who captured the only known images of Native Americans while still at war with the United States. , After silver was discovered in Tombstone in 1877, Clum moved to Tombstone and began publication, on Saturday, May 1, 1880 of The Tombstone Epitaph . In 1928, he moved to Los Angeles, where he died in on May 2, 1932. . Some modern writers consider them to be one of the first and earliest forms of organized crime syndicates in American history. February 26, 1876, Mr. Clum resigned the agency, but finally, at the urgent request of the department, withdrew his resignation in October following. Mary died shortly after giving birth to the couple's daughter, Elizabeth, a sickly child who died the following summer. Chief Naiche was the final hereditary chief of the Chiricahua band of Apache Indians. Né au Nouveau-Mexique dans la tribu des Apaches Bedonkohe à Nodoyohn Canyon (anciennement au Mexique) près de la rivière Gila. In April he moved his wife & son Woodworth to Tombstone. When Wyatt resigned, Behan was appointed to fill his place, which included the mining boomtown Tombstone. Records of the Malone Methodist Episcopal Church at Madison MD, 1883-1893, 1885-1977 Baptism and Marriage Records, Bethlehem Methodist Episcopal Church, Dorchester County, Maryland. Ike, Wyatt said, drew back and motioned he was not in it. , While in Nome, Alaska in the summer of 1900, Clum met his old friends, Wyatt Earp and George W. Parsons. The lawmen killed Cowboys Tom and Frank McLaury and Billy Clanton. Boot Hill-Wikipedia Behan so focused on taxes, that he was very soft on crime. Joyce died in 1889 at the age of 42 in San Francisco, he was the owner of the Baldwin Billiard Parlor in 1883 and later the Cafe Royal in San Francisco. Some members of the tribe continued raiding into the Mexican states Sonora and Chihuahua.  After an investigation of political abuses within the Office of Indian Affairs, the government gave Protestant religious groups the responsibility for managing the Indian reservations. Wyatt Earp told me afterward he could have killed Ike Clanton. Clum was the only man ever to capture Geronimo—on April 21, 1877,at the Ojo Caliente Indian Reservation in New Mexico Territory. The 1st Weekly Tombstone Epitaph was issued May 1, 1880. All three Earp brothers had been the target of repeated death threats made by the Cowboys who were upset by the Earps' interference in their illegal activities. Required fields are marked *. Walk the Proud Land is the true story of Indian agent John Clum (Audie Murphy) as told by Clum's son in the 1936 biography Apache Agent.The film begins in 1874, as Clum, an Eastern government representative, arrives in San Carlos, Arizona.He is sent to try a new approach to peace with Apaches based on respect for autonomy rather than submission to Army. Milt Joyce (1847–1889), owner of the Oriental Saloon and chairman of Cochise County, Arizona supervisors, was also seen as a leader of the Ten Percent Ring. For this many saw Behan as the head of the Ten Percent Ring and a friend of the outlaw Cochise County Cowboys. Of the more than 1,000 Chiricahuas enumerated in Jeffords' infrequent censuses, only 42 men and 280 women and children accompanied Clum north. He was born in upstate New York in 1851 and attended a military academy before enrolling at Rutgers College where he began a classical education: Latin, Greek, Mathematics, Natural History and Rhetoric. Stilwell owned interests in several mines and various businesses, including a saloon, a wholesale liquor business, a stage line, and at his death livery stables in Charleston and Bisbee. District of Columbia, Compiled Marriage Index, 1830-1921, Ancestry.com. The Earp Vendetta Ride was a deadly search by a federal posse led by Deputy U.S. Marshal and Tombstone Town Marshal Virgil Earp, Assistant Town Marshal Morgan Earp, and temporary deputy marshals Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday shot and killed Billy Clanton, and Tom and Frank McLaury. Corral on October 26, 1881. William Harrison Clanton was an outlaw Cowboy in Cochise County, Arizona Territory. Clum's success gave the US Army a black eye; it was the only time Geronimo was captured at gunpoint without a shot fired on either side. Thomas D. Ware, of Cincinnati, a refined and cultured lady, whose untimely death occurred in Tombstone, Arizona, after four years of a joyous wedded life. In September 1872, Cochise negotiated a reservation for his people from the Dragoon Mountains on the west to the Peloncillo Mountains on the east. In February 1883, he was again married, his second wife being Miss Belle Atwood, daughter of the late Judge J. P. Atwood, of Madison, Wisconsin. Mary is buried in Boot Hill at Tombstone. After severing his connection with the Indian Agency, Mr. Clum returned to Florence and studied law. The two Earp brothers had been attacked in retaliation for the deaths of three Cowboys in the Gunfight at the O.K. Daughter of Thomas D Ware b. On October 10, 1880 Joyce and Doc Holliday had a shoot out at the Oriental. Complicating the situation was staunch resistance to white settlement from local Native American groups, most notably during the Apache Wars, as well as Cochise County's location on the border with Mexico, which not only threatened international conflict but also presented opportunities for criminal smugglers and cattle rustlers. 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