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Lynn R. Bailey
Robert is right, but there is a little more to the story..
Sat Jun 17, 2017 12:07
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During the first week of July 1885 William and George Gordon Graham, together with other Carlisle ranger riders, shot up a Ute encampment in the Blue Mountains of southern Utah, killing six sleeping Indians. The Rocky Mountain News labeled the incident “an assassination.” Cowboys responsible for the killings were never apprehended. Within days of that event Samuel “Long Hair” Sprague, William Hanks Graham, and brother George, quit the Carlisle Company, packed their gear, and struck out for Apache County. They were in Springerville at end of July 1885.

  • Re:Graham brothers1885 trialRobert Buckley, Sat Jun 17 09:51
    John and Thomas Graham of Pleasant Valley. They were indicted for perjury .
    • Robert is right, but there is a little more to the story.. — Lynn R. Bailey, Sat Jun 17 12:07
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