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John Clum - Journalist
... Clum and his wife moved to Florence, Arizona Territory and bought a weekly newspaper, the Arizona Citizen then operating in Tucson but moving it to Florence ... Following the great silver strike in Tombstone, in 1877, Clum moved to Tombstone and began publication, on Saturday, May 1, 1880 of the The Tombstone Epitaph ... The stage in which Clum was riding was held up, and Clum managed to escape harm by heading out into the desert on foot ...
John Clum - In Film
... Marshal (1934) Russell Simpson played the part of “Editor Pickett” based on Clum in the first of two movies of the same name based on Stuart Lake’s book Wyatt Earp ... the Town Too Tough to Die (1942) Clum's role as mayor and newspaper editor was split, with Charles Halton playing “Mayor Dan Crane” and actor Emmett Vogan playing the part of “Edito ... the Proud Land (1956) Audie Murphy played Clum in the movie based on the 1936 biography Apache Agent written by Woodworth Clum ...
San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation - Information
... the reservation at Rutgers College and were connected with John Clum, who had attended the church while in school in Claverack, New York ... Clum knew that a number of Indian Agents sought the position only as a means to line their own pocket, selling government-supplied food and clothing and keeping the profits for themselves ... After turning the position down twice, Clum relented and on February 16, 1874, Clum accepted a commission as Indian Agent for the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation in the Arizona Territory ...
John Clum
... John Philip Clum was an Indian agent for the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation in the Arizona Territory ... Clum later became the first mayor of Tombstone, Arizona Territory, after its incorporation in 1881 ...
John Clum - Later Years and Death
... In 1898, Clum was appointed Postal Inspector for the Alaska Territory ... While in Nome, Alaska in the summer of 1900, Clum met his old friends, Wyatt Earp and George W ... Clum was later named postmaster for Fairbanks, Alaska, and served in that position until 1909 ...