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Wyatt Earp and Mattie Blaylock: the Illinois Years

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November 13, 2021 by Pamela Nowak

Few people familiar with the legend of Wyatt Earp know about the years Wyatt spent in Illinois. It’s a part …
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Josephine Marcus Earp

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November 10, 2021 by Pamela Nowak

Wyatt’s third wife, Josephine, is the second of my protagonists in NECESSARY DECEPTIONS. Josie is fascinating in that she rarely, …
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Mattie Blaylock

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October 30, 2021 by Pamela Nowak

NECESSARY DECEPTIONS centers on the braided stories of Celia/Mattie Blaylock and Josephine/Sadie Marcus, the last two wives of Wyatt Earp. …
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Aurilla Sutherland, Wyatt’s first wife

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October 23, 2021 by Pamela Nowak

Little is known about Wyatt Earp’s first wife. Urilla (Aurilla) Sutherland was the daughter of William and Permelia Sutherland and …
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The Earp Family

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October 17, 2021 by Pamela Nowak

Wyatt Earp, husband of NECESSARY DECEPTIONS protagonists Mattie Blaylock and Josephine Marcus, was an extension of the entire Earp family. …
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Film and the Legend of Wyatt Earp

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October 9, 2021 by Pamela Nowak

The legend of Wyatt Earp emerged full force in 1939 with the release of FRONTIER MARSHAL. The heavily romanticized film …
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A Different View

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August 15, 2020 by Pamela Nowak

As I continued my study of the oral histories left by the members of the Fool Soldiers, I was struck …
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A Peak into the Publishing Process

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July 25, 2020 by Pamela Nowak

Since this week WAS to be release week for NEVER LET GO (until COVID-19 pushed things back by six months), …
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Using Depredation Claims as a Research Source

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July 18, 2020 by Pamela Nowak

The Depredation Claims filed by the survivors of the Lake Shetek settlement provided a host of clues to their lives, …
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Depredation Claims

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July 11, 2020 by Pamela Nowak

In the immediate months following the U.S.-Dakota War, Whites who had suffered material loss began filing claims for monetary compensation …
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