The more I delve into the history of Tucson and Southern Arizona, the more fascinated I become with this place I call home. The Old West really comes to life when I visit historic places, such as Fort Bowie, AND know the significance of what happened there back in the day.
Below you will find my factual accounts of the people, both Native Americans and Anglo-Americans, who struggled to make their way in a mostly harsh and lawless land. Here you will meet the Apache leaders who led their brave and resourceful people against the horde of Anglo invaders. You will meet Texas John Slaughter, the sheriff who cleaned up Cochise County after the Earps left Arizona. You will meet Larcena Pennington, a young woman who was kidnapped by Apaches, then repeatedly stabbed and left for dead.
Through my accounts, you will discover the many ghost towns of Southern Arizona, such as Ruby and Fairbank, that are worth a good walkabout. And you will discover towns, such as Tombstone, that should be ghosts, but survived to the present to relive those bygone days.
I hope you enjoy reading about them as much as I enjoyed researching and writing about them.
- The Train To Tombstone: Arizona Territory, 1903.
- Museum of the Horse Soldier
- Adventures In Apache Country: An (1864) Tour Through Arizona
- Who Killed Johnny Ringo?
- Mesilla New Mexico and the Historical Connection To Tucson Arizona
- Fort Bayard, New Mexico: A Splendid History!
- Steins: A Ghost Town With Stories To Tell
- Pinos Altos: A New Mexico Ghost Town
- Silver City, New Mexico: A Walk About Town!
- Silver City, New Mexico: Too Much Like Southern Arizona To Ignore!
- Apache May: An Indian Girl On The Slaughter Ranch
- Exploring the Millville Ruins with the FSPR
- The Ghost Town Tour You Should Not Have Missed!
- The Camp Grant Massacre: Part II, The Outcome
- The Camp Grant Massacre: Part I, Circumstances Leading up to the Slaughter