Ike Clanton

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  • The Clanton Gang Essay

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    carried on by a group of men known as the Clanton Gang. Old Man Clanton was the leader and founder of gunfighting, his sons carried some of his fights and continued with their own fights, and his last surviving son parted with gunfighting and started his own successful business.       Gunfights were common and took place regularly. The earliest gunfighters, or

  • Tombstone Massacre Essay

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    Throughout much help from the gang, one of the head guys Ike Clanton turn on the Earps. Because of this turn against each other, started a huge family feud. With much violence between the two family throughout the years it turn to a shootout at the end of tombstone on October 26. Wyatt was informed that Ike, Billy Clanton and Tom, Frank Mclaury and Wes Fuller were causing a commotion at the end of town. Wyatt got together Virgil, Morgan

  • Doc Holliday: Wyat Earp's Ally

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    The night before the fight Ike Clanton was in a rage about the Earps and Doc. Ike gathered up his brothers and McLaury and walked through the streets asking for a fight. Virgil Earp invited Doc to be a part of the McLaury-Clanton arrest because of Doc’s shooting skills. At the fight Virgil took Doc’s cane and gave Doc a sawed-off shotgun to hide under his coat. After shooting

  • Quality Enhancement Program ( Qep ) Assignment

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    march of 1881. Crafting a deal to catch the outlaws, Earp promised $6,000 to a rancher named, Ike Clanton. As Clanton commonly dealt with the cowboys around Tombstone, he was worried Earp would say of his deeds. Drunk and out of his mind, Clanton was bragging to people that he was going to kill the Earp brothers. Things eventually escalated and on October 26,1881, the Earp brothers and Holliday, met Clanton, his brother Billy, Frank Mclaury and his brother, Tom, at the O.K Corral. What happened

  • The Legend Of The West

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    the trust of the community and effectively handle any disorder lawbreakers put out. The Clantons are portrayed as greedy cattle rustlers and hateful to the residents of Tombstone, often intimidating the saloon goers and bartenders. Doc Holliday said to be a Boston doctor, was apathetic and distrustful of the people around him. After gaining the trust of Holliday, the Earps finally square off against the Clantons and win the battle. Afterward, Wyatt and his brothers are viewed as heroes and found justice

  • Wyatt Earp : The Fourth Of The Civil War

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    Wyatt Earp was born march 19, 1848 in Monmouth Illinois. Wyatt was the fourth of nicholas and virginia ann earp. He had two older brother James and Virgil and older sister martha. He also had a older half brother Newton. Wyatt also had two younger brothers warren and morgan and two little sisters virginia ann and adelia. Both virginia ann and martha died at childhood. Wyatt spent most of his childhood in Illinois and iowa. Wyatts three older brothers join the civil war on the union side. Wyatt tried

  • Essay on The History of Wyatt Berry Stapp Earp

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    believed that Virgil Earp pulled out his revolver and shot Billy Clanton in the chest at point-blank range, while Doc Holliday killed Tom McLaury with a blast from his double-barreled shotgun. Wyatt Earp shot Frank McLaury in the stomach, and the wounded man staggered out into the street but managed to pull his gun and return fire. Meanwhile, Ike Clanton and Billy Claiborne ran for their lives. The wounded Frank McLaury and Billy Clanton both managed to get off several shots before collapsing, and Virgil

  • The Issue Of Violence Against Women

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    Violence against women includes many kinds of harmful physical, emotional, and sexual behaviors against women and girls that are most often displayed by a family member, or at times by strangers. Violence against women is a growing worldwide issue yet it’s still a hidden problem. Most of us have a hard time imagining the concept of violence against women. The freedom from threat of harassment, battering, and sexual assault is hard to grips. Violence is a deep part of our culture and our everyday

  • Discuss the Social and Economic Impact of Natural Disasters on the Caribbean.

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    Natural disasters may be defined as natural catastrophes which cause great damage by disrupting the functioning of a society thus rendering the country incapable of coping through using its own resources as there is a need for outsider assistance in order to effectively preserve lives and the environment. Conversely, Natural hazards are natural phenomena that are potential threats to people within a society, structures or economic assets and may cause disaster. Natural disasters are inevitable and

  • Detached from Hurricane Ike

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    focused on the devastating events of Hurricane Ike and the turmoil left in its wake. 300 miles north of the storm’s epicentre, a little girl of 7 years appeared fascinated by the commotion surrounding her. She pressed her face up against the window of her father’s car, gazing out with intensity. All the neighbourhood shops had transformed into amateur forts overnight with sandbags blocking the doors, windows boarded, and ugly signs saying “Closed for Ike”. The sky was purple, the dark clouds churned