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Doc Holliday Crime Mixbook Max Linaberry

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BC: This is the grave of Doc Holliday. He died in bed at age 35 at the Hotel Glenwood. He was buried in the Linwood Cemetary.

FC: Doc Holliday: One of the most famous Rebels in the Wild West.

1: "He was always decently peaceable, though his powers when engaged in following his ostensible calling, furthering the ends of justice, made him a terror to the criminal classes of Arizona.” Bob Paul, Sheriff of Pima County, Arizona Rocky Mountain News - May 22, 1882 | Photo of Doc Holliday at around age 20

2: “I said to him one day: Doctor don’t your conscience ever trouble you? ‘No,’ he replied, with that peculiar cough of his, ‘I coughed that up with my lungs long ago’." Col. John T. Deweese - Doc’s Lawyer Denver, Colorado | A picture of the card game Faro, the game that Doc gambled at a lot

3: “There was something very peculiar about Doc. He was gentlemanly, a good dentist, a friendly man and yet, outside of us boys, I don’t think he had a friend in the Territory. Tales were told that he had murdered men in different parts of the country; that he had robbed and committed all manner of crimes, and yet, when persons were asked how they knew it, they could only admit it was hearsay, and that nothing of the kind could really be traced to Doc’s account. He was a slender, sickly, fellow, but whenever a stage was robbed or a row started, and help was needed, Doc was one of the first to saddle his horse and report for duty.” Virgil Earp Arizona Daily Star - May 30, 1882“ | This is a picture of The Gunfight at OK Corral which Doc Holliday was a major part of.

4: “When any of you fellows have been hunted from one end of the country to the other as I have been, you’ll understand what a bad man’s reputation is built on. I’ve had credit for more killings than I ever dreamt of.” -Doc Holliday | One of the many pictures of Doc Holliday. There is not one photo that looks the same as the others. | Boss

5: Right before he died in Hotel Glenwood, Doc said "I'll be damned. This is funny." | Modern Day sign of Hotel Glenwood, where Doc died in bed.

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  • Title: Doc Holliday Crime Mixbook Max Linaberry
  • Crime Mixbook on Doc Holliday by Max Linaberry for 8th Grade Tech Tools Q4 Core:8
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