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Johnny Montana: A Western Story (Five Star First Edition Western)
In the Redhawk Mining District, he is known as Johnny Montana. It is the name given to him by those who followed him to the Northwest gold fields in the spring of 1863. Now, with a harsh Montana winter about to descend upon them, all Johnny and his partners want to do is go home. And all that stands in their way is a highly organized gang of thieves and murderers.80% (12)
Others have tried to escape the Redhawk District with their summer's cache of gold, but none have succeeded. Now they are turning to one man, asking him to accomplish what heavily-armed parties have so far failed to achieve -- get their gold out of Montana, before the outlaws come for it. One man, one woman, $60,000 worth of gold -- against a horde of bloodthirsty killers. --michael-zimmer.com
June 5th, 1875.
On the back written in pencil, "Taken, June 5th, 1875. No other info. This tintype photo did come from the Hendersonville, Tennessee area. Here is a interesting list of things that happened in the year "1875". The year this photo was taken. Jan 5th - Charles Garnier's new Opera opens in Paris Jan 5th - President Grant sends federal troops to Vicksburg, Miss Jan 12th - Kwang-su becomes emperor of China. Jan 24th - Camille Saint-Saens' "Danse Macabre," premieres Jan 25th - Anti-slavery society forms (NY) Jan 26th - Electric dental drill is patented by George F Green Feb 4th - Princess Louise marries Prince Philip von Saksen-Coburg-Gotha in Belg Feb 24th - The SS Gothenburg hits the Great Barrier Reef and sinks off the Australian east coast, killing approximately 100, including a number of high profile civil servants and dignitaries. Feb 25th - Kiowa Indians under Lone Wolf (Guipago) surrender at Ft Sill Mar 1st - Congress passes Civil Rights Act; invalidated by Supreme Ct, 1883 Mar 3rd - 1st recorded hockey game (Montreal) Mar 3rd - Congress authorizes 20 cent coin, lasts only 3 years Mar 3rd - Georges Bizet's opera "Carmen" premieres (Paris) Mar 14th - Smetana's "Vysehrad," premieres Mar 15th - 1st US cardinal (John McCloskey) invested Apr 17th - "Snooker" (variation of pool) invented by Sir Neville Chamberlain Apr 25th - Latest date for measurable snow in NYC (3") May 1st - 238 members of "Whiskey Ring" accused of anti-US activities May 1st - Alexandra Palace reopens after the 1873 fire burnt it down. May 7th - German SS Schiller sinks near Scilly Islands, 312 killed May 11th - George "Charmer" Zettlein pitches the 1st 9 inning shutout May 12th - 1st recorded shutout in pro baseball, Chicago 1, St Louis 0 May 16th - Quake in Venezuela & Colombia kills 16,000 May 17th - 1st Kentucky Derby: Oliver Lewis aboard Aristides wins in 2:37.75 May 20th - Intl Bureau of Weights & Measures forms by treaty May 28th - 3rd Preakness: L Hughes aboard Tom Ochiltree wins in 2:43.5 Jun 2nd - James Augustine Healey became 1st Black Catholic Bishop in US Jun 3rd - Alexander Graham Bell makes 1st voice transmission Jun 4th - Pacific Stock Exchange opens Jun 5th - Pacific Stock Exchange formally opens Jun 6th - Netherlands goes on the gold standard Jun 12th - 9th Belmont: Bobby Swim aboard Calvin wins in 2:42.25 Jun 19th - Formal opening of US Marine Hospital at Presidio Jun 19th - The Herzegovinian rebellion against the Ottoman Empire begins. Jun 22nd - Garonne Flood: great damage in Verdun & Toulouse, kills about 1,000 Jul 1st - Universal Postal Union established Jul 4th - White Democrats kill several blacks in terrorist attacks in Vicksburg Jul 7th - Jesse James robs train in Otterville Missouri Jul 19th - Emma Abbott, a floating hospital for sick kids, makes trial trip, NYC Aug 2nd - 1st roller skating rink opens (London) Aug 14th - Society of Regte Afrikaanders establishes in Paarl Aug 22nd - The Treaty of Saint Petersburg between Japan and Russia is ratified, providing for the exchange of Sakhalin for the Kuril Islands. Aug 25th - Matthew Webb becomes 1st to swim English Channel (21h 45m) Sep 1st - A murder conviction effectively forces the violent Irish anti-owner coal miners, the "Molly Maguires", to disband. Sep 9th - Lotta's Fountain (Kearny & Market) dedicated Sep 11th - 1st newspaper cartoon strip Sep 29th - US-Spanish relations decline in wake of Cuban rebellion Oct 5th - Palace Hotel on Market Street, SF opens Oct 16th - 1st Quebec vs Ontario football game, Ontario wins Oct 16th - Brigham Young University is founded in Provo, Utah. Oct 22nd - Sons of American Revolution organizes Oct 22nd - First telegraphic connection in Argentina. Oct 25th - Peter Tsjaikofsky's "1st Pianoconcert up. 23" premieres in Boston Oct 25th - The first performance of the Piano Concerto No. 1 by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky is given in Boston, Massachusetts with Hans von Bulow as soloist. Nov 2nd - Verney Cameroon reaches Benguela Angola, from Africa's east coast Nov 4th - "Pacific" collides with "Orpheus" off Cape Flattery Wash, 236 dies Nov 4th - Tonga adopts constitution Nov 7th - Verney Cameron is 1st European to cross equitorial Africa Nov 13th - Harvard-Yale game is 1st college football contest with uniforms Nov 13th - National Bowling Association organized in NYC Nov 16th - Battle at Gundet: Ethiopian emperor Yohannes beats Egyptians Nov 16th - William Bonwill, patents dental mallet to impact gold into cavities Nov 17th - Amer Theosophical Society founded by Mme Blavatsky & Col Olcott Nov 28th - Verney Cameroon reaches East Africa Dec 4th - William Marcy "Boss" Tweed (NYC-Tammany Hall) escapes from jail Dec 6th - 44th Congress (1875-77) convenes Dec 7th - Natives Sons of the West organized Dec 8th - Aleksandr Ostrovsky's "Volki i Ovsty," premieres in St Petersburg Dec 9thChinese Miners Village
About 8,000 Chinese came to Otago not as settlers but to make money and return home. Around 1870's, the Chinese provided 17% of the Otago-Southland goldfield's population, 40% of its miners, and for many years produced 30% of its gold. In Feb 2002, the government apologised formally to the Chinese community for legal discrimination against New Zealand's early Chinese settlers. In 2003, the Arrowtown Chinese Settlement was upgraded by the Department of Conservation as part of a national reconciliation process that confirmed the unique identity, history and strength of the original Chinese New Zealanders - Helen Clark, former prime minister. Chinese Miners Village, Arrowtown, South Island, New Zealand (Thursday 5 May 2011 @ 9:58am). ISO160 | f/8 | 1/160 sec | 17-40mm @ 17mm | AWB | raw Please scroll down for one more image
When Alan Craig's father was shot years ago, there had been no doctor in Coffin Gap to help him. Now Alan has returned with his medical degree to what has become a thriving town. But Jada MacQueen's hydraulic mining has polluted all the lowland waterways and killed parts of the range. Alan's efforts to help are hampered by the two most powerful players in the town, Jada MacQueen and Bowie French. French, once Alan's best friend, is now the biggest rancher in the area -- and abusive husband of Alan's former love, Nola. Alan has many challenges to overcome in his hometown, but when he attempts to intervene on Nola's behalf -- he takes his life in his hands.See also:
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