Poets and Authors, The Bret Harte and Mark Twain Collaboration
Co-author play "Ah Sin" 1877, The Main Character and Namesake Comes to Deadwood


Twain, Mark at Pioneer office yesterday
In regard to: Pioneer Newspaper
In regard to: Twain, Mark
Jun 26 1877

In "Roughing It", found he was partner of Mark Twain
In regard to: Claggett, W.H. Judge
Mar 08 1878

Has seen more western life than Mark Twain ever
In regard to: Langrishe, Jack
Dec 26 1878

Issued a book of poems after style of Bret Harte
In regard to: Capt Jack Crawford
In regard to: Deadwood Poems and Poets Click
Nov 19 1879

Picture of Twain, Simmons, and Claggett very comical
In regard to: Clagett, W. H. Judge
In regard to: Simmons, Jack, Supt of Stand By Mine
In regard to: Clemmens, Samuel aka Twain, Mark
Oct 09 1880

New book to be called "Prince and the Pauper"
In regard to: Clemmens, Samuel
Oct 13 1881

Few newspaper men who know Twain like him
In regard to: Clemmens, Samuel aka Twain, Mark
Jan 18 1883


Made celebrated and immortal by Bret Harte, in Deadwood
Ah Sin beats the white man at his own game
May 16 1883

Period rendering of Bret Harte's Poem "Plain Language from Truthful James or The Heathen Chinee" 1870

Ah Sin, made immortal by Bret Harte, now a citizen of Deadwood
In regard to: Chinese
May 16 1883

Leaves Deadwood
In regard to: Ah Sin
Jul 21 1883

Deadwood boasts a "Damascus street car" as Twain calls
In regard to: Stagelines
In regard to: Deadwood
Jul 11 1883

Deadwood Men Celebrate the Arrival of Lurline Monte Verde

Female gambler, actress and twenty-one dealer extraordinaire makes her way to Deadwood. Vivacious and seductive, the ex-Confederate spy turns spy at the gambling tables for her road agent lover Archie McLaughlin. Treasure coach messenger D. Boone May seduces the lovely Lurline to extract information about the whereabouts of his wanted man. Lover Archie gets himself hung by vigilantes while under the custody of Messenger May and beautiful Lurline leaves Deadwood for a Cheyenne engagement.

In the Hills, standing on board, carried by 4 men
Jan 07 1878
In regard to: Monte Verde, Lurline, alias while in Deadwood
In regard to: Vestal, Madame, alias in towns Wichita, Ft Hays, Ellsworth, Cheyenne and Denver
In regard to: Belle Siddons born into a respectable Southern family spied for the Confederacy during the Civil War. Widowed twice, she learned dealing twenty-one would provide for a comfortable living, a skill she picked up from husband number two.

Those With Noted Associations

Castello, Dan well known circus manager
In regard to: Castello, Daniel
Jan 06 1877

Marr, Johnny known as "Belfast Chicken" to fight
In regard to: Marr, Johnny
Jan 13 1877

Studebaker, J.M. South Bend, Indiana, Famous wagon man
In regard to: Studebaker, J.M.
May 12 1877

Soule, W.L.G. agent for "Hand Book of Wyoming" guide to Black Hills
Soule, W.L.G.
Jun 06 1877

Pierce, Dick nephew of famous baseball player
In regard to: Pierce, Dick
Jun 29 1877

Soule, W.L.G. passenger on stage that was robbed
Subject Soule, W.L.G., agent for "Hand Book of Wyoming" guide to Black Hills
Jun 30 1877

Well known caterer from west making Chop House best
In regard to: Ash, Mrs
Jul 06 1877

Flinn, James celebrated champion wrestler in Deadwood
In regard to: Flinn, James
Jul 19 1877

Book, "The Coming Empire" due to go to press now
Maguire, H.N.
Jul 09 1878


Book of poems, 100 pages for $.50
Brennan, John, "Long John"
Sep 03 1878

John Brennan the young Irish orator and poet to speak
Brennan, John
Sep 19 1878

New book, "Black Hills Past, Present and Future"
Hamilton,
Jan 08 1879

Issued a book of poems after style of Bret Hart
Capt Jack Crawford
Nov 19 1879

Young, yoping, down east book l’arned rock sharp
Jenney, Walter P., Mining Expert, Newton-Jenney Party
Jan 23 1880

Longhaired fraud made notorious by Ned Buntline.
Cody, Buffalo Bill.
Jan 20 1883

Departure to Pierre.
Wilde, Oscar, poet and author
Hughes, Mrs.
February 17, 1884

Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher is spending the winter with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, amid the orange groves of Florida, while Henry is spending his winter evenings visiting the various shows.
Ward Beecher, Henry Mrs.
Beecher Stowe, Harriet, author Uncle Tom's Cabin
Beecher, Henry.
March 1, 1884

Pin racket great sport.
Mauss, John.
Wilde, Oscar, poet and author
July 4, 1884

Arrivals and departures.
Callahan, Daniel.
Smith, J. H.
Lane, G. E.
Carpenter, Charles.
Odell, S. T.
Katen, L. F.
Davis, L.
Wilde, Oscar, poet and author
Morse.
Champlin.
Padberg, J. B.
Baker.
Wilson.
Bolan.
Coyle, M. J.
Gridley, J. U.
Miller, James K. P.
Sept. 2, 1884


Newton-Jenney Party, Mining Experts

Newton, Prof. Henry died at age 30 geologist
In regard to: Newton, Henry
Aug 06 1877

Newton, Prof. Henry was Sir Isaac Newton's grandson
In regard to: Newton, Henry
Aug 06 1877

Times made him out to be grandson of Sir Issac
In regard to: Newton, Henry
Aug 13 1877

Newton, Prof. Henry's embalmed body makes trip home
In regard to: Newton, Henry
Aug 30 1877


Madame Hickok to Calamity Jane

Hickok, Madame Lake, Wild Bill's widow, arrives
In regard to: Hickok, Agnes Lake
In regard to: Hickok, Wild Bill
Sep 04 1877

Newson, Major T.M. "Dramitized Lecture, Life in Black Hills"
In regard to: Newson, T.M.
Nov 22 1877

The phonograph more wonderful than telephone
In regard to: Edison, Thomas Professor
Dec 02 1877

Calamity Jane received large size photo of Col. Lounsberry.
Calamity Jane has natural weakness for Bohemians.
In regard to: Calamity Jane
In regard to: Lounsberry, Clement A. Col. Photo and personal story
Arlington National Cemetery, American Memories Collection
Dec 02 1877

Red Cloud came in town today
In regard to: Red Cloud
Jan 19 1878

The Latest Invention
In regard to: Phonograph
In regard to: Edison, Thomas Professor
Jan 25 1878

Col. Loundsbury, more than his share of abuse
In regard to: Lounsbury, C.A.
Mar 07 1878

Record second to none in the world of Greco-Roman Wrestling
In regard to: Christol, Andre
Mar 27 1878

Why not use phonograph to send messages on Lincoln Territory
In regard to: Deadwood and the New Territory of Lincoln
Apr 04 1878

Professor Smith will deliver astronomical lecture
In regard to: Smith, J.S.
May 02 1878

Well known speaker on Phrenology and Physiology here
In regard to: Broadbent, C.R.
May 04 1878

Dr. Broadbent lecture on science, gentlemen only
In regard to: Broadbent, C.R.
May 09 1878

Yellowstone Kelley, famous Indian scout, in town
In regard to: Indians
May 09 1878

Well-known electrician and physician at Welch Hotel
In regard to: Broadbent, C.R.
May 14 1878

Wife is niece of Secretary Edward Stanton
In regard to: Adams, Gilbert A.
noted in Deadwood as a deadbeat
May 14 1878

Invented and built what is known as The Carter Pan
In regard to: Carter,
May 23 1878

Col Lounsbury, of Bismarck Tribune, in town
In regard to: Lounsbury, C.A.
May 24 1878

Agents for the Celebrated Studebaker Wagon, ad
In regard to: Ingram and Maclay
Jun 01 1878

Professor is a well known Colorado metallurgist
In regard to: Sanders,
Jun 29 1878

Samuel Sturgis of famous Seventh cavalry in Deadwood
In regard to: Sturgis, Samuel D.
Sep 03 1878

Boss bilk and pre-eminent dead beat, now in Texas
In regard to: Adams, Gilbert A
Sep 17 1878

Joe VolIns' famous tunnel
In regard to: Vollin,
Nov 12 1878

Apollo Allen, famous wrestler, now working at mine
In regard to: Homestake Mine
Jan 17 1879

Known the Hills over by the length and curl of hair
In regard to: Wood, Curley
May 24 1879

Is niece of James Bowie, inventor of Bowie knife
In regard to: Burns, Thomas, Mrs
Jun 18 1879

Irishman millionaire spent 30 days on chain gang
In regard to: Hussey, Tim
Aug 06 1879

Named after the famous Dr Kennedy of Boston
In regard to: Belle Kennedy Mine
Aug 19 1879

Col in town shaking hands with friends, has many
In regard to: Benteen, F.W.
Nov 08 1879

Pining, not long for this world in present situation
In regard to: Ford, Ned Buntline
Dec 24 1879

Talks to Prof Edison on his new sluicing process
In regard to: Rowland, John
In regard to: Edison, Thomas Professor
In regard to: Edison placer and pulp sluicing scheme
Jan 03 1880

Prof Edison's new sluicing process introduced here
In regard to: Mining
In regard to: Edison, Thomas Professor
Jan 03 1880

Working up the Edison placer and pulp sluicing scheme
In regard to: Rowland, John
In regard to: Edison, Thomas Professor
Jan 06 1880

Prof Edison's sluicing scheme
In regard to: Rowland, John
In regard to: Mining
In regard to: Edison, Thomas Professor
Mar 23 1880

Gravel from McGovern Hill sent to Prof Thomas Edison
In regard to: Mining
In regard to: Edison, Thomas Professor
Apr 15 1880

Edison's new and wonderful process
In regard to: Mining
In regard to: Edison, Thomas Professor
Apr 06 1880

Brother of Wild Bill to take remains to Illinois
In regard to: Hickok, Lorenzo
Apr 20 1880

Brother here to prevent theft of Wild Bills body
In regard to: Hickok, Wild Bill
Apr 27 1880

Brother of Wild Bill, staying at the Overland Hotel
In regard to: Hickok, J.M.
Apr 30 1880

Internal Revenue inspector in town, at Overland
In regard to: Clark, Loran
May 01 1880

Noted detective and cattle inspector, in town
In regard to: Lykens, William
Aug 03 1880

Capt Elliotts brother, well known scientist, here
In regard to: Elliott, R.S.
Sep 11 1880

Famous lecture upon sunshine and shadow of matrimony
In regard to: McDonald, D.
Oct 09 1880

Dr McDonald will lecture on the phonograph tomorrow evening
In regard to: McDonald, D.
Oct 12 1880

Dr has a phonograph in his room at Wentworth House
In regard to: McDonald, D.
In regard to: phonograph
In regard to: Edison, Thomas Professor
Oct 12 1880

Dr McDonald demonstrated phonograph and told of other inventions
In regard to: McDonald, D.
In regard to: phonograph
In regard to: Edison, Thomas Professor
Oct 14 1880

Sang into phonograph, but was not close enough
In regard to: Welch, Mrs
In regard to: phonograph
In regard to: Edison, Thomas Professor
Oct 14 1880

Prophecy of future events phonograph may enable
In regard to: Phonograph
Oct 16 1880

Detective is bad man with a gun and well known here
In regard to: Smith,
Jan 06 1881

Horse owned by Wild Bill's brother to give exhibit
In regard to: St. Julien, horse
In regard to: Hickok, Oliver A.
Apr 28 1881

Well known horsemen to take St Julien east
In regard to: Hickok, Oliver A.
Apr 28 1881

U.S. Scout William Johnson served under famous scout Kit Carson
In regard to: Carson, Kit
In regard to: Cody, Buffalo Bill
May 01 1881

Letter to Rowland from the great inventor
In regard to: Edison, Thomas A.
May 10 1881

Inventor Edison writes letter regarding electricity
In regard to: Rowland, John
In regard to: Edison, Thomas Professor
May 10 1881

Bonanza Chief mine fills 10 pound order for Edison
In regard to: Bonanza Chief Mine
In regard to: Edison, Thomas Professor
May 11 1881

Wild Bill's brother anxious to race prize horse
In regard to: Hickok, Oliver A.
Jun 12 1881

Has taken contract to carry scientist Jenny 1 year
In regard to: Gilmer, Jack
In regard to: Jenney, Walter P. Professor
Jul 15 1881

Famous poet arrested in New York for drunkenness
In regard to: Chambers, Augusta
Jul 01 1881

Son of famous frontier man on his way to the Hills
In regard to: Hickok, Wild Bill
Jul 06 1881

Dime novel prompts boys to run away to the Hills
In regard to: Hickok, Wild Bill
Jul 21 1881

15 yr old son, en route to Deadwood, is an imposter
In regard to: Hickok, Wild Bill
Jul 23 1881

Son of Wild Bill is an imposter
In regard to: Hickok, Joseph B.
Jul 23 1881

Doesn't want Wild Bill's "son" near grave
In regard to: Hickok, Lorenzo B.
Aug 04 1881

Letter to Wild Bill's brother of so-called son
In regard to: Shoenfeld, Louie
Aug 04 1881

Brother doesn't want young imposter near grave
In regard to: Hickok, Wild Bill
Aug 04 1881

In town claiming to be the son of Wild Bill
In regard to: Hickok, Joseph B.
Aug 27 1881

World beater is in training for fair
In regard to: Leather Lungs
In regard to: Thoroughbred horse
Aug 22 1881

Mail agent in town to investigate Sol Star
In regard to: Furay, John B.
Sep 06 1881

Dr. shows off Edison's new invention
In regard to: Pennell, George C.
In regard to: Edison, Thomas Professor
Nov 21 1881

New invention is 1st of it's kind in Deadwood
In regard to: Edison, Thomas A. Professor
Nov 21 1881

Famous spiritualistic medium of Lead in town
In regard to: Edwards, Daniyel
Jan 21 1882

Claims to have known Jesse James, saw him here
In regard to: Baker, George
Apr 06 1882

One of best known among frontiersmen, in town
In regard to: Hale, Frank
Apr 21 1882

Prof Jenneys "dishwasher" well-known mountain man
In regard to: Jones, Smokey
In regard to: Jenney, W. P. Professor
May 05 1882

Paid nice sum to appear on lecture stage
In regard to: James, Jesse, Mrs
Jun 01 1882

United States bank inspector looking at National Bank
In regard to: Lockey, J.
Oct 05 1882

Famous speech "Recollections of Ramble in Europe"
In regard to: Van Cise, Edwin
Nov 26 1882

Well known stage drivers, now in Idaho
In regard to: Welch, Billy
In regard to: Beadle, Al
Jan 18 1883

Death, from beating, known as Deacon all over west
In regard to: Clark, Henry L.
Feb 14 1883

Invented what is known as "link motion" in locomotive
In regard to: Clark, H.C.
Feb 21 1883

Champion sleeper of world, exhibiting belt in town
In regard to: Anchor, Jack
May 17 1883

Decides to join Buffalo Bills "The Wild West" Show
In regard to: Sitting Bull
Jun 02 1883

Well known in Hills, left San Francisco for China
In regard to: Hall, Harry
Jun 05 1883

Well known mining man, returns to San Francisco
In regard to: Hearst, George
Aug 09 1883

Famous McBrayer, Kentucky Pride, Whiskeys, ad
In regard to: Franklin, Harris
Sep 01 1883

Mother-in-law of Lt is millionaire widow Mrs. Fargo
In regard to: Squires,
Sep 05 1883

Death, well-known music publisher, Brights disease
In regard to: Bullock, Ransom D.
Sep 11 1883

Well-known photographer, at Sturgis to protect lot
In regard to: Bruse, M.A.
Sep 19 1883

Eminent metallurgist and scientist, enroute to Hills
In regard to: Forbes, Paul
Sep 22 1883

Noted scientist from buffalo range, in town
In regard to: Cashner,
Sep 26 1883

Famous McBrayer, Kentucky Pride, Cedar Run, M.V., Monarch and Kentucky club whiskeys at Harris Franklin's, Main Street, Deadwood
In regard to: Harris Franklin's
November 1, 1883

Possible new discovery regarding electricity whereas a mysterious compound is placed in several jars which are connected by wires and the wires connected to an Edison burner, which in turns create electricity.
In regard to: Electricity
In regard to: Edison, Thomas Professor
November 9, 1883

Judge Romans has gone east to bring back the Edison burner which is almost a portable light.
In regard to: Romans, S.P., Deadwood's Father of Electricity
In regard to: Edison, Thomas Professor
January 11, 1884

George Scott is building a tree that for size will rival the famous "twins" of California.
In regard to: Scott, George
February 27, 1884

George Scott has turned his attention to the manufactuer of mammoth trees, rustic fences, seats, fairy bowers, and other imitations of outdoor scenery, while Mr. Kirsting is successfully manufacturing the latest improvements in photography.
In regard to: Scott, George.
In regard to: Kirsting.
February 29, 1884

21st, Pierre Recorder, "Calamity Jane, who was once a famous character in Pierre, and who has lately been living quietly in the Black Hills, has got the Coeur d??Alene fever, and has started on the trail to that far away country." Poor old Calam has been the most unfortunate woman that ever struck this country. Born In Montana, and reared in the mountains, she grew up with the country, and came to the Hills with the General Custer expedition. Three years ago she married and settled down on a ranch near Miles City, and has remained there ever since, and is an honored member of the Miles City society."
In regard to: Calamity Jane.
March 28, 1884

Fred Higgins murderer of Pearl Leopold still hovers around Hills.
In regard to: Higgins, Fred
In regard to: Leopold, Pearl
July 18, 1884

Famous Pioneers.
In regard to: Russell, T. H.
In regard to: Williams, J. J.
In regard to: Witcher, Eph
In regard to: Tallant, D. G.
In regard to: Gordon, John
In regard to: Bishop, Russell
In regard to: Logan, B. B.
In regard to: Cordero, Carles
In regard to: McDonald, Angus
In regard to: McDonald, Dan
In regard to: Warren
In regard to: Thomas
In regard to: Collins and Russell expedition
Oct 4, 1884

Doc Middleton branches out in saloon business.
In regard to: Middleton, Doc
Dec. 3, 1884

Kidd Miller killed in Chicago.
In regard to: Miller, Kidd
June 16, 1885

Captain Jack on writers and publishers.
In regard to: Crawford, Jack.
In regard to: Poet
March 9, 1886

Well-known railroaders at the Wentworth.
In regard to: Loomis, Mason.
In regard to: Jones, Thomas D.
March 26, 1886

Ingram's son meets the President
In regard to: Ingram, George Felix
In regard to: Cleveland, Grover President
Oct. 25, 1887

Temperance lecturer writes book.
In regard to: Cleveland, Cynthia
Nov 5, 1887

Cleveland authors "His Honor"
In regard to: Cleveland, Cynthia
March 8, 1890

Higgins to marry poetess of passion.
In regard to: Watson, Ida L.
In regard to: Higgins, Francis W.
July 27, 1890

Hearst dies at California.
In regard to: Hearst, George
In regard to: Homestake Mining Company
In regard to: Highland Mining Company
In regard to: Father DeSmet Mining Company
In regard to: Deadwood-Terra Mining Company
In regard to: Railroads
In regard to: Brick Store
In regard to: Caledonia Mine
In regard to: Pierce Mine
In regard to: Hearst, William R.
March 3, 1891

Bullock is "Deadwood Dick"
In regard to: Deadwood Dick
In regard to: Bullock, Richard
March 8, 1894

Of a Theatrical Nature

Newson, Maj. dramatic lecture and musical entertainment
In regard to: Newson, T.M.
Nov 15 1877

Well known here, stage manager Bon Ton Theatre, Cheyenne
In regard to: Parks, Walter
Jan 30 1878

Well known violinist in Deadwood
In regard to: Ingraham, Russ
Feb 21 1878

In his famous role of Templeton Jitt, divorce lawyer
In regard to: Langrishe, Jack
Jul 09 1878

Premiere danseuse of the world will make appearance
In regard to: Cerito, M'lle
Jul 19 1878

Will appear In his famous character of Capt Burida
In regard to: Langrishe Theatre
In regard to: CollIns, E.R.
Jul 27 1878

Production of the famous, "Ticket-of-Leave Man"
In regard to: Langrishe Theatre
Aug 23 1878

Tonight the famous legendary drama, Rip Van Winkle
In regard to: Langrishe Theatre
In regard to: Price, Fanny
In regard to: Langrishe, Mrs
In regard to: McCutchen, Julia
In regard to: Denny, Maud
Aug 28 1878

Will appear In famous character of Shaun the Post
In regard to: Langrishe, Jack
Sep 05 1878

Appears In his famous role of Fergus Macarthy
In regard to: Langrishe, Jack
Sep 18 1878

Famous prima donna to perform at Langrishe
In regard to: Nault, Juliette
Sep 20 1878

Appearing in his famous character of Badger
In regard to: Langrishe, Jack
Sep 27 1878

In famous society comedy of "Self"
In regard to: Langrishe Theatre
In regard to: Langrishe, Mrs
In regard to: Radius, Mrs
In regard to: PerkIns, Frank
In regard to: Rogers, Miss
In regard to: Apes, Mrs
Oct 01 1878

World renowned play of "The Stranger" tonight
In regard to: Langrishe Theatre
Nov 09 1878

The child wonder, well known
In regard to: Little Pearly
Nov 15 1878

His merits as an actor are thoroughly known as No 1
In regard to: Melville, T.H.
Apr 08 1879

Merits as an actor are well known
In regard to: Perkins, Frank
May 13 1879

Will play her famous bone solo at the Gem Theatre
In regard to: LaRue, Ella, Miss
Jul 24 1879

The famous Chicago comedian arrived, at Overland
In regard to: Barrett, Edward
Aug 16 1879

Has taken the town by storm in unrivaled impersonator
In regard to: Barrett, Ed
Aug 23 1879

Well known all over west as successful manager
In regard to: Lord, James A.
In regard to: Lord Troupe
Nov 16 1880

Well known California actor headed for the Hills
In regard to: Maguire, John
Nov 30 1880

Well known tenor singer now at Miles City theatre
In regard to: Turner, W.E.
Jan 07 1883

Known in Hills and east as careful and painstaking character
In regard to: Vincent, Charles
Jan 31 1883

Denver citizens going wild over opera, Calamity Jane
In regard to: Calamity Jane
Sep 13 1883

John Kelly, the old Californian and champion fiddler of the world, is now at Cheyenne giving concerts.
In regard to: Kelly, John.
November 15, 1883

Event of the season!
In regard to: Deadwood Opera House
In regard to: Famous Georgia Minstrels
Aug 1, 1886

Famous dog Tiger.
In regard to: McFadden's Theatrical Company.
Oct 5, 1886

Famous Forepaugh's show advance publicity.
In regard to: Forepaugh show.
In regard to: Cooke, Louis E.
June 29, 1887

Louie Lord appearing Oct. 18.
In regard to: Lord, Louie.
Oct 13, 1888

Famous Bower family to give concert.
In regard to: Bower Family.
In regard to: Fishel, Adolph.
Oct 1, 1892

John H. Grabill Deadwood Photographer

Chinese obsequies Yung Lung Tom.
In regard to: Yung Lung Tom
In regard to: Chinese
In regard to: Mount Moriah
In regard to: Grabill, John H. C.
June 28, 1888

Wing Tsue and family sit for photos.
In regard to: Wing Tsue
In regard to: Grabill, John H. C.
July 13, 1888

Grabill photographs Chinese team.
In regard to: Chinese
In regard to: Grabill, John H. C.
July 17, 1888

Star portrait at fire parlor.
In regard to: Star, Solomon
In regard to: Fire department
In regard to: Grabill, John H. C.
Feb. 1, 1890

Grabill an artist in every sense of word.
In regard to:Wardman, Ben.
In regard to: Wardman, George.
In regard to: Grabill, John H. C.
March 9, 1890

Grabill appointed Homestake photographer.
In regard to:Homestake Mining Company.
In regard to: Grabill, John H. C.
Sept. 6, 1890

Grabill returns from agency.
In regard to:Young Man Afraid of His Horse.
In regard to: Two Strikes.
In regard to: Crow Dog.
In regard to: Indians.
In regard to: Grabill, John H. C.
Jan. 24, 1891

Grabill cuts prices.
In regard to: Grabill, John H. C.
Feb. 6, 1891

Author of New Far West, Robert Strahorn
To The Rockies and Beyond


Author on Sidney coach due here today
Strahorn, Robert E
May 04 1878

Author in town now
Strahorn, Robert E
May 06 1878

While in Hills wanted to visit opium dens
Strahorn, Robert
May 08 1878

Went with Bob Strahorn to visit opium dens
Early,
May 08 1878

Is in Deadwood not Cheyenne
Strahorn, Robert E
May 11 1878

Gone to Rockerville and southern portions of Hills
Strahorn, Robert
Jun 06 1878

In Deadwood
Strahorn, Robert
Jun 11 1878

Leaves Deadwood
Strahorn, Robert
Jun 17 1878

Believes Black Hills to be richest in resources
Strahorn, Robert E
Jun 21 1878

Accumulating facts and figures on western territory
Strahorn, Robert E
Jun 29 1878

Collecting information from Bear Butte Silver Mine
Strahorn, Robert E
Jul 01 1878

Extract from speech, "To the Rockies and Beyond"
Strahorn, Robert E
May 14 1878

Has returned to Omaha
Strahorn, Robert
Nov 28 1878

The editor of the "New Far West", who visited here
Strahorn, Robert E
Jan 15 1879

What Robert Strahorn reported on visit here
Black Hills
Jan 15 1879

No better place for inexperienced than Black Hills
Strahorn, Robert E
Jan 21 1879