Wells Spicer

Wells Spicer

Wells W. Spicer (1831–1887?) was an American journalist, prospector, politician, lawyer and judge whose legal career immersed him in two significant events in frontier history: the Mountain Meadows massacre in the Utah Territory in 1857; and the 1881 shootout commonly known as the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona Territory.

Read more about Wells Spicer:  Early Life, Utah Territory, Tombstone, Arizona Territory, Disappearance, Portrayals in Film/television

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