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Wild West Discussion - December 2009

Originally published on Published Online: October 01, 2009 
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Famous brothers fought on both sides of the law in the Old West. Which of the following sets of brothers do you find most representative of the Wild West and/or are the ones you would most want to meet: Wyatt, Virgil, Morgan and Warren Earp; Bat, Jim and Ed Masterson; Cole, Jim, Bob and John Younger; Jesse and Frank James; Frank, Bob, Emmett, Grat and Bill Dalton; William and Charles Bent; Michael and John Meagher; Ike and Billy Clanton; Tom and Frank McLaury; George and Tom Custer; or John Wesley and Jeff Davis Hardin?

2 Responses to “Wild West Discussion - December 2009”

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    John Koster says:

    George and Tom Custer, without a doubt. So many questions haven't been answered.

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      james whited says:

      i just watched about frank on the history channel his story seems very true i mean what really got me is that he knew about the bad streams and found a good one which is true i was at the site this summer and it would be amazing to get away from any thing in that open area but i sure beleive he did

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