The Good Guy 

A new book looks at the life of a local sheriff during the gun-fighting late 19th century

During the last 20 years or so of the 19th century, the Arizona Territory was rotten with scoundrels, rogues, killers, thieves and confidence artists. Among this mob, Pima County Sheriff Bob Paul stood tall, brave and mostly incorruptible, an essential civilizing force…

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