The 1993 movie “Tombstone” directed by George Cosmatos is an American western film based on events which occurred in the City of Tombstone, Arizona during the late 19th century. The events include “Earp Vendetta Ride” and the “Gunfight at the O.K. Corral” (Agnew, 2012). In the movie, the Earp brothers, Wyatt, Morgan and Virgil decide to leave their history as gunslingers behind with the aim of settling down in Tombstone, Arizona as legitimate businessmen. However, their plans soon change when a ruthless gang of cowboys mark them as targets.
Both are considered hunters in a way. Will Kane is the marshal of Hadleyville, New Mexico and hunts criminals down. "I sent a man up five years ago for murder. He was supposed to hang, but up north they commuted it to life. Now he is free- I don't know how.
Several other rescue organizations arrived shortly after. In the first hour after the attack, “fifty people were rescued from the building” (Casey). FBI agents “initially believed the Oklahoma City bombing to be an outside terrorist attack” (Casey). However, they found a truck axle “with a vehicle number that was quickly traced to Junction City, Kansas” (Casey). After searching the area for more clues, “a nearby bank videotape showed the Ryder truck parked “outside the Murrah building” (Casey).
Realizing that her denial angered her husband, Carolyn finally confessed to Roy about what had taken place. Roy along with his half-brother, John W. Milam, planned to kidnap Till and teach him a lesson. Once Bryant and Milam had finally got ahold of Till, they took him to Milam’s barn, where they then murdered the fourteen-year-old boy. The two men then threw Till’s body into the Tallahatchie River with barbed wire and a fan tied to his neck. Three days later, a boy fishing had seen feet sticking out of the water.
In the fictional novel, Shane, written by Jack Schaefer, a mysterious cowboy rides into town and saves a group of settlers from a power hungry cattle rancher. He quickly finds comradery with a settler named Joe Starret, and decides to work for him on his farm. Not long after, he discovers the conflict between the settlers and Fletcher, who is trying to stomp Joe and the others out of the valley for his personal benefit. After several struggles with Fletcher and his men, Shane, out of love for the Starret family, comes to the conclusion that the only way to stop Fletcher is to kill him and his hired gun. Before leaving town, he confronts Fletcher and Wilson, outdrawing both of them thus ending the conflict with the settlers.
A wily, peasant-born leader, Villa joined with Emiliano Zapata to keep the spirit of rebellion alive in Mexico and harass the Carranza government. A year later, though, Wilson decided Carranza had made enough steps towards democratic reform to merit official American support, and the president abandoned Villa. Outraged, Villa turned against the United States. In January 1916, he kidnapped 18 Americans from a Mexican train and slaughtered them. A few weeks later, on this day in 1916, Villa led an army of about 1,500 guerillas across the border to stage a brutal raid against the small American town of Columbus, New Mexico.
After escaping my jail cell, I moved to Wichita, Kansas, because my brother, Virgil, opened a brothel that attracted cowboys coming off long cattle drives. I took a job there as part-time law enforcement, rounding up criminals. I knew that was my calling and became the marshal of Dodge City Kansas. The law was trouble in my younger years as a drunken gambler but I had then reinvented myself as a law man. I met my good friend Doc Holiday and with my brothers we laid out what was going to be the most known gunfight in American history.
People walked around with Stetson’s on their heads, revolvers in their belts, and said “partner” to everyone. All the pretty Horses starts us off in the year 1948, therefore, this “Cowboy” time in America’s history takes place about a century before John Grady was born. This observation houses the blunt fact that the real Cowboy is gone during John Grady’s time, and this is why he goes to Mexico: to find his Cowboy dream. John Grady could not follow his dream in the U.S., there is electricity powering everything, cars going everywhere, and the cowboys were now drunk gamblers like his father. Along with these things, his family ranch was being given away, so there was no solace for John Grady, no place for him to escape the modern world.
After the Lakota war they had problems at their home land with the U.S looking for the gold. So they agreed to move to pine hill reservation at South Dakota in 1878. During those years he married a girl named pretty owl. They were married for about 67 years. He had five children their names were Louise red cloud he was born on 1850.
The novel tells of John Grady Cole, a 16-year-old cowboy who grew up on his grandfather's ranch in San Angelo, Texas. The boy was raised for a significant part of his youth, perhaps 15 of his 16 years, by a family of Mexican origin who worked on the ranch; he is a native speaker of Spanish and English.  The story begins in 1949, soon after the death of John Grady's grandfather when Grady learns the ranch is to be sold. Faced with the prospect of moving into town, Grady instead chooses to leave and persuades his best friend, Lacey Rawlins, to accompany him. Traveling by horseback, the pair travels southward into Mexico, where they hope to find work as cowboys.
Ammon Bundy is the son of anti-government protestor Cliven D. Bundy, who is known for being the central figure in the Bundy Standoff with Federal Bureau of Land Management officials over unpaid grazing fees on federally owned public land in 2014. The Bundy Standoff origins go back twenty years earlier when Cliven Bundy had stopped paying his grazing fees in the early 1990s. His claim was that the federal government had no authority over the land that his ancestors settled in the 1880s (Blumm & Jamin, 2017). Cliven Bundy’s cattle grazing fees eventually reached 1.2 million dollars and the federal government began slowly seizing his cattle. The conflict escalated in 2014 when footage of a Bureau of Land Management agent struck Ammon Bundy 3 times with a stun gun went viral on the internet.
Pease first ran for governor in 1851 but dropped from the race two weeks before elections happened. He was elected on his next two elections in 1853 and in 1855. In 1854, he sent some rangers to deal with some problematic attacks on the Mexican Freight Carriers in South Texas, also known as the Cart War. A border war with Mexico in 1855 was narrowly averted across the Rio Grande after mounted participants chased a group of raiding Lipan Apaches. Also, he funded for establishing a hospital for the mentally disabled and proper schools for the blind and deaf.
He passed away in 1919. Knowledgeable of his failing health, Nicola sold his butcher shop and used half of the profits for the dowry of his daughter, Rose. He died on August 26, 1919, in Hammond, Louisiana, at the age of 64. Rose Macaluso was born in 1878 in Louisiana to Mariana Maiurana, age 16, and Nicola Cusimano, age 23.# She was married on April 27, 1901, in New Orleans, Louisiana to Bartholomew Macaluso. With whom, she had had five children.
In 1875, Mattie leaves her large estate in Yell County, Arkansas to travel to Fort Smith, Arkansas alone to capture the man who killed him, Tom Chaney. Mattie’s Father Frank Ross hired Chaney to lead back a chain of ponies to the family farm. Late one night after the two had a lot to drink, Tom thought that he was being cheated in a game of cards, and killed frank after he lost a lot of money. Unfortunately, this wasn’t very uncommon for the time. Tom stole his horse and ran off to Indian territory.