Wyatt Earp is famous for his years as a fearless lawman who, during his stint in Tombstone, AZ from 1879-1882, faced down desperate outlaws at the O.K. Corral. Here the adventures of Wyatt Earp’s life post- Tombstone are explored. Four years after the killings in Arizona, Earp and his wife moved to San Diego, CA where Earp and his allies controlled the gambling operations through alliances with city officials.
Wyatt Earp In San Diego
Life After Tombstone
Author: Garner A. Palenske
About the Author
Garner A. Palenske
Garner A. Palenske and his family live in San Diego, California. A native Californian, he grew up exploring the mining camps of the Mojave Desert. Mr. Palenske earned bachelor degrees in both engineering and business from California State University, Fullerton. He works as a vice president of a consulting engineering firm and has worked on many historical building restorations. An accomplished researcher, Mr. Palenske has published several engineering research projects. Palenske is a member of the Wild West History Association and the San Diego History Center. He is also serves as historian for the First San Diego Court House Museum in Old Town San Diego.
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