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Doc Holliday 1851 - 1887 http://western-mood.blogspot.fr/2014/12/doc-holliday-1851-1887.html#links

Doc Holliday 1851 - 1887 http://western-mood.blogspot.fr/2014/12/doc-holliday-1851-1887.html#links

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The Ghost of Seth Bullock - The Bullock Hotel in Deadwood, South Dakota Many believe that the town of Deadwood, South Dakota is one of the most haunted places in the mid-west.  This could be so because it is the place where legendary figures from U.S. history abounded.  Among them, Seth Bullock who had become the first Sheriff of Deadwood.  Some say that he has never left.

The Ghost of Seth Bullock - The Bullock Hotel in Deadwood, South Dakota Many believe that the town of Deadwood, South Dakota is one of the most haunted places in the mid-west. This could be so because it is the place where legendary figures from U.S. history abounded. Among them, Seth Bullock who had become the first Sheriff of Deadwood. Some say that he has never left.

Sol Star on left and Seth Bullock on the right on the Redwater Bridge, Belle Fourche, on the Star and Bullock ranch during a horse sale.  1880's.

Sol Star on left and Seth Bullock on the right on the Redwater Bridge, Belle Fourche, on the Star and Bullock ranch during a horse sale. 1880's.

Sol Star - Born into a Jewish family in Bavaria, Germany on December 20, 1840, Star migrated was sent to live with his uncle in Ohio when he was about ten years old. As he grew into a young man he moved to Helena, Montana where he soon began a hardware business with Seth Bullock . The pair followed the Deadwood gold rush in August, 1876. Star and Bullock expanded their business interests by purchasing a ranch, where they raised livestock, and partnered in the Deadwood Flouring Mill in 1880.

Sol Star - Born into a Jewish family in Bavaria, Germany on December 20, 1840, Star migrated was sent to live with his uncle in Ohio when he was about ten years old. As he grew into a young man he moved to Helena, Montana where he soon began a hardware business with Seth Bullock . The pair followed the Deadwood gold rush in August, 1876. Star and Bullock expanded their business interests by purchasing a ranch, where they raised livestock, and partnered in the Deadwood Flouring Mill in 1880.