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*OLD WEST BADGE-SHERIFF, TOMBSTONE~In 1881, Cochise County was formed from the eastern part of Pima County with Tombstone,Arizona as the county seat.Sheriff John Behan,was the first Sheriff of Tombstone+wore a badge matching this reproduction.

Robert Paul, an imposing figure in the Arizona Territory, served as sheriff of Pima County, but only after winning a legal battle against the previous lawman.An imposing man at six-feet-six, 240 pounds, Bob Paul worked for Wells Fargo as a shotgun messenger. The company sent him to Arizona to investigate a string of gold bullion robberies. Read all about a man LARGE AND IN CHARGE. http://tomrizzo.com/large-in-charge/

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A photo of Sheriff John or Johnny Behan of Cochise County. Cochise County was formed from the eastern part of Pima County with Tombstone as the county seat.

Morgan Earp (1851-1882) shot and killed playing pool at Campbell and Hatch's Saloon in Tombstone. Buried at Hermosa Cemetery in Colton, California.

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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".

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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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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