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Great Lawmen of the West During the time of Manifest Destiny there were many law-breaking son of a guns so in order to get rid of those scalawags that thought they could rob people trains and stores in this paper I will talk about the four main lawmen of the west Wyatt Berry Stapp Earp Morgan Earp Virgil Earp and Doc Holliday Wyatt Berry Stapp Earp Wyatt Berry Stapp Earp was born in Monmouth Illinois on March 19 1848 born to Nicholas Earp and Virginia Ann Cooksey Wyatt was the second youngest of the four Earp boys In 1864 Wyatt moved with his parents to Colton California that is where he got a job as a teamster and a railroad worker In 1870 Wyatt returned home and married but after he suddenly lost his wife to Typhoid Fever he traveled to the Indian Territory working as a stagecoach driver and a buffalo hunter In 1875 he journeyed off to Wichita Kansas to join the police force From there in 1878 he went to Dodge City Kansas where he became a Faro dealer at the Famous Long Branch Saloon and the assistant sheriff there There he met Bat Masterson and Doc Holliday and there he befriended them He left Dodge City with a reputation as a notable lawman and a gambler Wyatt and Doc Holliday traveled to New Mexico and California and got a job as a Wells Fargo Agent but that didnt last long In1879 he joined with his brothers and traveled to the new silver mining town of Tombstone Arizona Wyatt planned to create a stagecoach line there but finding that there has already been one he acquired a job at the Gambling Concession at the Oriental Saloon And it was there where Wyatt met his new wife Josephine Marcus Earp On October 26 1881 a feud between the Earps and the Clanton gang led by Ike Clanton broke
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