1880's Gold Silver Miner Prospector "ed Schieffelin" Tombstone Arizona Az Photo For Sale
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Edward L. Schieffelin
Prospector Edward L. Schieffelin ( Born, Oct 8, 1847), set out from Fort Huachuca , Arizona in 1877 to do some prospecting. Schieffelin was warned if he kept fooling around out there amongst the Apaches, the only rock he would come home with would be his tombstone. He went anyway and went on to discover Silver Ore. Remembering the warning he named the site "Tombstone". Ed Shieffelin, died May 12, 1897 but Tombstone became a mining boomtown with a population of more than 5,000 fortune seekers. 110 liquor licenses were issued in 1892 alone. Tombstone became known as the Town Too Tough To Die. The town's most famous event was the Gunfight at OK Corral where the Earp brothers, Wyatt, Virgil and Morgan, along with friend Doc Holliday shot it out with the Clanton and McLaury Gang.OVER 100 MINING PHOTO'S IN OUR store2500 PHOTO'S IN OUR store
This Rare Image is a NEW 5x7 PHOTOGRAPH Reprinted from an Old Photograph at a Professional Photo Lab. Quality of the Reprint depends on the quality of the Original. Photograph(s) will be mailed in a Clear Stiff Plastic Toploader and placed inside a Mailer.
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