Earps

Some articles on earp, earps:

The Tombstone Epitaph - History - Clum and His Epitaph
... Democratic counterpoint), Clum was among the group of townspeople who supported the Earp brothers as they attempted to enforce law and order in Tombstone in the early 1880s ... Tensions between the factions—the Earps and the "cowboys" -- escalated to a violent showdown near the O.K ... In an explosion of gunfire, the Earps and their eclectic friend, Doc Holliday, killed three young cowboys—Frank and Tom McClaury and Billy Clanton ...
Wyatt Erp - Gunfight and Aftermath - Cowboys' Revenge
... Dake granted the request in late January and provided the Earps with some funds he borrowed from Wells, Fargo Co ... on behalf of the Earps, variously reported as $500 to $3,000 ... In mid-January, when Earp ally Rickabaugh sold the Oriental Saloon to Earp adversary Milt Joyce, Wyatt sold his gambling concessions at the hotel ...
Billy Clanton - Shoot Out in Tombstone
... Ike had repeated confrontations with the Earps and Doc Holliday ... they were seen in town "heeled" (armed), anxious citizens warned the Earps ... Doc Holliday and Virgil and Morgan Earp were wounded ...
Gunfight At The O.K. Corral - Earp Conflicts With Cowboys - March Stagecoach Robbery and Murder - Earps Pursue Suspects
... The Earps pursued the other two men for 17 days, riding for 60 hours without food and 36 hours without water, during which Bob Paul's horse died, and Wyatt and Morgan's horses became so weak, that the ... for $796.84 to the county for posse expenses, but he refused to reimburse the Earps for any of their costs ... law enforcement, and between Behan and the Earps ...
Frank Mc Laury - Death At The OK Corral
... At that time, the tension between the Earp and Cowboys reached a fever pitch ... Wyatt Earp and McLaury faced off in a heated exchange outside the courtroom ... Tom left his pistol at a nearby saloon at some point that afternoon, but the Earps had no way of knowing that ...