WYATT EARP (1848-1929 - One of the icons of the American West. He was a gambler, Pima County Deputy Sheriff, and Deputy Town Marshal in Tombstone, Arizona. In Tombstone, Wyatt got into a feud with a local rancher that resulted in the gunfight at the O.K. Corral, perhaps the most famous gunfight in American history.
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In 1879 Wyatt Earp, who had built a reputation as a gunfighter in Dodge City, Kansas, settled in Tombstone, Arizona Territory. Earp tried to create some semblance of order in Arizona, working first as the deputy sheriff of Pima County and later as deputy U.S. marshal for the entire Arizona Territory. Reproduction Antiqued Brass Arizona Territory Deputy US Marshal Old West Style Law Badge Size 3" Six Point Star by Circle KB All Western Cowboy
Sheriff Charles Shibell, Charles A. Shibell was a teamster, miner, hotel owner, customs inspector, recorder, and Pima County, Arizona County Sheriff and a contemporary of Wyatt Earp and his brothers. He tracked down Brazen Bill Brazelton
Robert H. Paul (June 12, 1830 – March 26, 1901) was a law enforcement officer in the American Southwest for more than 30 years. He was sheriff of Pima County, Arizona Territory from April 1881 to 1886 and a friend of Deputy U.S. Marshall Virgil Earp and his brother Wyatt Earp. At 6 feet 6 inches and 240 pounds , he was described as "larger than life". Others described him as "powerful, fearless and very lucky".