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July 23, 1889
DEADWOOD DAILY PIONEER, Black Hills, (South Dakota) July 23, 1889 This city would arguably be--along with Tombstone & Dodge City--one of the more famous of all the towns from the rough & tumble days of the Old West, and only rarely do such issues come to light. It attracted larger-than-life Old West figures including Wyatt Earp, Calamity Jane, and Wild Bill Hickok (who was killed the... See More
June 20, 1882
BLACK HILLS DAILY PIONEER, Deadwood City, Black Hills, Nov. 24, 1878
* Very rare & desired publication
* Famous wild West town
* "Wild Bill" Hickok fame
This city would arguably be--along with Tombstone & Dodge City--one of the more famous of all the towns from the rough & tumble days of the Old West, and only rarely do such issues come to light.
This issue is ... See More
May 27, 1878
ST. LOUIS GLOBE-DEMOCRAT, May 27, 1878
* Sidney, Nebraska & Deadwood, South Dakota
The ftpg. has column heads: "HE NEW EL DORADO" "Sights & Incidents During a Trip to the Black Hills" "Sidney and Deadwood Described by an Observant Traveler". A very descriptive article on Deadwood and Sidney, the latter being in Nebraska. Sidney is described in part... See More
August 03, 1878
PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, Aug. 3, 1878 The front page has: "Murderous Robbers - A Virginia Storekeeper & his Mother-in-Law Shot by Negroes" "Kearney And Butler Talk" "Deadwood - A Milkman Encounters Five Road Agents" and more.
Eight pages, nice condition.
March 03, 1877
PUBLIC LEDGER, Memphis Tennessee, March 3, 1877
* Ulysses S. Grant arrives in Washington D.C.
A page 3 report has column heads; "The Inauguration" "President Grant Gives a Reception--His Delight at so Soon to be Relieved" and "The Capital Rapidly Filling up with Visitors" (see photos). The front page has an article: "Life In The Black Hills&quo... See More
October 28, 1876
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, October 28, 1876 Famous full front page Thomas Nast political cartoon: 'Willie, We Have Missed You!', and another great fullpg. Nast cartoon shows a large Republican elephant "The Elephant Walks Around - and the Still Hunt is Nearly Over". A famous Black-related Nast doublepage centerfold: "He Wants A Change Too" showing a Black with... See More
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