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John Wesley, Night Titanic, 1984

John Wesley, Night Titanic, 1984

do good quote - do all the good you can in all the ways you can… I think I love this.. maybe because I'm a DG and a Methodist so this hits those both :D

do good quote - do all the good you can in all the ways you can… I think I love this.. maybe because I'm a DG and a Methodist so this hits those both :D

"What one generation tolerates... The next generation will embrace." ~ John Wesley true and sad.

"What one generation tolerates... The next generation will embrace." ~ John Wesley true and sad.

John Wesley Hardin (1853-1895)was a outlaw & gunfighter. He is believed to have killed a total of 44 men. He was shot to death in 1895 by John Selman Sr. in the Acme Saloon in El Paso, TX.

John Wesley Hardin (1853-1895)was a outlaw & gunfighter. He is believed to have killed a total of 44 men. He was shot to death in 1895 by John Selman Sr. in the Acme Saloon in El Paso, TX.

Let me do all the good I can, to all the people I can, as often as I can, for I shall not pass this way again. -John Wesley

Let me do all the good I can, to all the people I can, as often as I can, for I shall not pass this way again. -John Wesley

A half-century after the events in my novel "Daffodil Sunrise," the battle's far from over. If anything, the stakes are only higher. ...

A half-century after the events in my novel "Daffodil Sunrise," the battle's far from over. If anything, the stakes are only higher. ...

John Wesley Hardin (May 26, 1853—August 19, 1895) was an American outlaw, gunfighter, and controversial folk hero of the Old West.  Hardin is known to have had at least one encounter with the well-known lawman, "Wild Bill" Hickok. When he was finally captured and sent to prison in 1878, Hardin claimed to have already killed 42 men. In August 1895, Hardin was shot to death by John Selman, Sr. in the Acme Saloon, in El Paso, Texas.

John Wesley Hardin (May 26, 1853—August 19, 1895) was an American outlaw, gunfighter, and controversial folk hero of the Old West. Hardin is known to have had at least one encounter with the well-known lawman, "Wild Bill" Hickok. When he was finally captured and sent to prison in 1878, Hardin claimed to have already killed 42 men. In August 1895, Hardin was shot to death by John Selman, Sr. in the Acme Saloon, in El Paso, Texas.

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