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Historically Speaking: The Dodge City Trouble: the Saloon War of 1883 - Dodge City Daily Globe

Summary by Dodge City Daily Globe - Dodge City, KS
Keith Wondra Boot Hill Museum Curator In June 1883, eight men posed for a photograph titled “The Dodge City Peace Commission” in C. A. Conkling’s studio south of the railroad tracks. The eight men were Luke Short and William Harris, co-owners of the Long Branch Saloon; Bat Masterson; Wyatt Earp; Charlie Bassett; Frank McLain; Neil Brown; and W. F. Petillon, clerk of the district court. The photograph was taken to celebrate the group’s victory in…
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