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Casey Tibbs

Back in the mid-1900s, the rodeo was the ultimate sport of choice amongst the people of the wild west. Being a cowboy was the baddest and coolest thing one could possibly be in the 1900s. It was the ultimate American dream. Just like every sport has 1 or 2 players that define the sport, Casey… Continue reading Casey Tibbs

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Gem Theatre Deadwood

The Gem Theatre in Deadwood, South Dakota was a saloon that had a conflicting past and a lot of history attached to it. So much so, that HBO ended up making a successful series on it which ran for 2 years and is now about to release a movie about it too. This saloon was… Continue reading Gem Theatre Deadwood

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Seth Bullock

Seth Bullock, the famous business proprietor, sheriff, politician, U.S. Marshal and Canadian-American frontiersman was born in 1849 in Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada. His father was George Bullock who was a retired British Major. Seth Bullock was a popular citizen in Deadwood which is located in South Dakota. He lived there from 1876 until his death in… Continue reading Seth Bullock

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History of Deadwood, South Dakota

During the ‘Black Hill Gold Rush’ in South Dakota, which started in 1874 and ended in 1877, miner John B. Pearson discovered Deadwood. There was a canyon within the Northern Black Hills where he found gold, and it became known as Deadwood Gulch due to the army of dead trees found there. Everyone started calling… Continue reading History of Deadwood, South Dakota