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The Girls of the Gulch Series

A rose by any other name....
(From the Fall Edition 2004 of Deadwood Magazine)

Queen of the Rimrock
(From the July/August 2004 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Baby Doe
(From the Spring 2004 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

The Wages of Sin
(From the Fall 2003 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Fannie Hill
(From the Summer 2003 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Close Encounter of the First Kind
(From the Spring 2003 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Madam of the Bulldog Ranches  
(From the winter 2002-2003 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

The Lady Liked Brand Names
(From the Fall 2002 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Madam Mollie and the News
(From the Jul/Aug 2002 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

The cat and mouse courtship
(From the May/June 2002 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Lizzie was no lady
(From the Winter 2001/2002 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Calamity Jane was part of the overhead
(From the Summer 2001 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Saga of Mother Featherlegs
(From the Spring 2001 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Cowboys liked Belle Brothels
(From the Winter 2000/2001 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Deadwood Dear Hunters
(From the Fall 2000 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Little Ella had a big heart
(From the Jul/Aug 00 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

They call me Poker Alice
(From the May/Jun00 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Two Cases of Mistaken Identity
(From the Jan/Feb00 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

A Badlands Christmas Party
(From the Nov/Dec99 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Fannie Has Her Day in Court
(From the Sept/Oct 98 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Entertaining the Boys in Blue
(From the May/Jun 98 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Big Lu's Girls Give a Party
(From Nov/Dec 1997 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Echos From The Past
(From Sep/Oct 1997 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

"I thought the name of the place was Lust."
(From Jul/Aug 1997 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Keystone's Bismarck Annie
(From May/Jun 1997 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

"Cathouses" Origin?
(From Jan/Feb 1997 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Unsolved l876 murder of Chinese prostitute
(From May/June 1996 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

RAID!
(From May/June 1995 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Looking Back

December 30, 1876
(From Sep/Oct 99 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

September 1876
(From Sep/Oct 99 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

General Articles

Deawood Always Had Games
(From the Fall Edition 2004 of Deadwood Magazine)

Mount Moriah
(From the July/August 2004 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Eighth-Grade Historians
(From the July/August 2004 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Deadwood Debuts on HBO
(From the Spring 2004 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Seth Bullock Series Star
(From the Spring 2004 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Buck was Fit to be Tied
(From the Fall 2003 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Betrothed for 56 Years
(From the Fall 2003 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

French nobleman founded Medora
(From the Spring 2003 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Termespheres
(From the Spring 2003 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Hearst generosity benefited Lead
(From the Spring 2003 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Outlaw Necktie Party
(From the Fall 2002 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

City of Sin and Ashes
(From the Fall 2002 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Perilous 1876 Summer
(From the Jul/Aug 2002 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Texas Jack Omohundro
(From the May/June 2002 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Cambria was a company town
(From the Spring 2002 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Tragedy in Red Canyon
(From the Spring 2002 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Dakota Pioneer Women
(From the Spring 2002 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Wyatt Earp spent a winter in Deadwood
(From the Winter 2001/2002 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Digging Deadwood History
(From the Winter 2001/2002 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Adventures of Rodney
A tale to quack you up
(From the Fall 2001 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Black Hills Built by Gold
The rush to the Northern Hills
(From the Fall 2001 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Here comes Calamity!
(From the Summer 2001 Edition of Deadwood Magazine) 

The First Meeting 
Wild Bill met Jack McCall the night before the killing  
(From the Summer 2001 Edition of Deadwood Magazine) 

The Rattler's Cage
(From the Summer 2001 Edition of Deadwood Magazine) 

125 Years Later
Little Big Horn Anniversary
(
From the Spring 2001 Edition of Deadwood Magazine) 

Rural Funerals
Finding humor in sad events
(From the Spring 2001 Edition of Deadwood Magazine) 

Lawman of Buffalo Gap
Town Marshal had tough job
(
From the Spring 2001 Edition of Deadwood Magazine) 

Salting a Mine
Origin of the term
(
From the Spring 2001 Edition of Deadwood Magazine) 

Tale of Two Towns
Minnesela-Belle Fourche feud
(From the Winter 2000/2001 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Wild Bill's Wedding
Jim and Julie exchange vows
(From the Fall 2000 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

If Mirrors Could Talk
Back bar mirrors reflect history
(From the Jul/Aug 00 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Little Big Horn survivor
Sgt. Windolph recorded memories
(From the Jul/Aug 00 edition of Deadwood Magazine) 

Gettin' Hitched - 1876
Weddings were different then
(From the Jul/Aug 00 edition of Deadwood Magazine) 

The Many Deadwood Dicks
More than one claimed the name
(From the Mar/Apr00 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Trial by Neighbor
A 1934 West River incident
(From the Mar/Apr00 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Rodeo Legend
Sturgis woman is a rodeo legend
(From the Jan/Feb 2000 edition of  Deadwood Magazine)

Deadwood Always Had Games
But legal gambling started in 1989
(From the Sep/Oct 99 edition of  Deadwood Magazine)

Gambling Preserved History
What's been done in the past 10 years
(From the Sep/Oct 99 edition of  Deadwood Magazine)

Wild Bill cashed in his last chip in Deadwood
Damn you, take that
(From the Jul/Aug 99 edition of  Deadwood Magazine)

Swift Justice in Deadwood
Just two months from murder to scaffold

(From the Mar/Apr 99 edition of  Deadwood Magazine)

Nemo is a Family Place
A 110-year-old Homestake company town
(From the Mar/Apr 99 edition of  Deadwood Magazine)

'Holy White Man'
Doctor was friend to Sioux
(From the Jan/Feb 99 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Remember Blizzard of '49
50th anniversary of "worst winter ever"
(From the Jan/Feb 99 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Bikers Hit the Trail
Mickelson Recreation Trail opens
(From Nov/Dec 1998 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Western Poet-Scout
J.W. "Captain Jack" Crawford

(From Sep/Oct 1998 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Live Man's Hand
Wild Bill's last game

(From Jul/Aug 1998 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Hill City Sue Has New Home In Windy City
(From Nov/Dec 1997 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

America's Holiday Tree
Black Hills Spruce Goes To Washington

(From Nov/Dec 1997 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Happy Tails Trails
Hiking in the Black Hills

(From Sep/Oct 1997 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Table Talk
(From Jul/Aug 1997 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Cowboy Lingo
(From Jul/Aug 1997 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

The Faces on the Lobby Floor
(From Jul/Aug 1997 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Who Was Charlie Utter?
(From May/Jun 1997 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Deadwood in Massachusetts
(From May/June 1997 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Cheyenne to Deadwood
(From Mar/Apr 1997 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Deadwood's Chinatown Flourished in l800s
(From Jan/Feb 1997 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

First Black Hills Tourists
General Custer's l874 expedition

(From Jul/Aug 1996 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

238 People are Victims of the '72 Flood
Rapid City remembers 1972 disaster

(From May/Jun 1996 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Little Schoolhouse on the Prairie
Rural South Dakota students educated in one-room school

Laura Ingalls Wilder
Pioneer days described in 'Little House' books

(From Mar/Apr 1996 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

What's in a Name?
1870s gold prospectors called 'em as they saw 'em.

Publisher's Letters

Grandparents Day
(From the Fall Edition 2004 of Deadwood Magazine)

Goodbye Mr. Chips
(From the Spring 2004 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Thou Shalt Not Misquote
(From the Fall 2003 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Deadwood Magazine begins 13th year
(From the Spring 2003 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Grizzly Gulch Fire
(From the Fall 2002 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Mother and Mary Mastrovich Adams from same town
(From the Jul/Aug 2002 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Put a name on my plate
(From the May/June 2002 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Health and fitness news from the publisher!
(From the Spring 2002 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Deadwood Victorian mansion furnishings are auctioned
(From the Winter 2001/2002 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Three grandchildren from Oregon get a taste of the "Old West"
(From the Fall 2001 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Little House story brought back happy childhood memories
(From the Spring 2001 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Voters approve raising Deadwood’s bet limits to $100
(From the Winter 2000/2001 Edition of Deadwood Magazine)

“Fair Play for Deadwood”
(From the Fall 2000 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Ghost Towns of the Black Hills
(From the Jul/Aug 00 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Crazy Horse Volksmarch
(From the May/Jun 00 edition of Deadwood Magazine) 

"History. . . a bunch of well-told lies?"
(From the Mar/Apr00 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Tomorrow may very well be too late
(From the Jan/Feb 2000 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

"You Bet"
(From the Sep/Oct 99 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Born to Be Riled
(From the Jul/Aug 99 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Sandy Bullock
(From the May/Jun 99 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

The Old Smith Corona
(From the Mar/Apr 99 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

The Night of the Curfew
(From the Jan/Feb 99 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Early to Rise
(From Sep/Oct 1998 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Queen of the Gypsies
(From Jul/Aug 1998 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Clinton's Capers
(From May/Jun 1998 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

I will honor Christmas in my heart...
(From Nov/Dec 1997 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Tattoos
(From Jul/Aug 1997 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Birthday
(From May/Jun 1997 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Anybody Out There?
(From Jan/Feb 1997 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

Psychology of the Work Area
(From Mar/Apr 1995 edition of Deadwood Magazine)

The Gambler

Farewell to a man who loved Deadwood 
(From the Winter Edition 2004-2005 of Deadwood Magazine)

Extraneous Characters
(From the Fall Edition 2004 of Deadwood Magazine)

Deadwood Characters
(From the Summer Edition 2004 of Deadwood Magazine)

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