Historic People of Arizona

 

Geronimo, 1903, by J.W. Collins

Geronimo, 1903, by J.W. Collins

Burton Alvord – Lawman Turned Outlaw

Apache – The Fiercest Warriors in the Southwest

Geronimo – The Last Apache Holdout

The Apache Kid – Outlaw Legend of the Southwest

Arizona Rangers

The Aztec Cattle Company & the Hashknife Outfit

Johnny Harris Behan – 1st Sheriff of Cochise County

Big Nose Kate – Holliday’s Sidekick

George Bravin – Tombstone’s British Marshal

William “Billy” Breakenridge – Lawman, Surveyor, Author

Curly Bill Brocius

Curly Bill Brocius

William B. “Curly Bill” Brocius – Outlaw Leader of the Clanton Gang …

Nellie Cashman – Pioneering the Mining Camps of the Old West

Billy Claibourne – Member of the Clanton Gang

Camillus Sidney Fly – Photographer & Lawman

The Clanton Gang of Tombstone

John Peter Gabriel – Lawman & Gunfighter

Henry Garfias – 1st Marshal of Phoenix

Pearl Hart – Lady Bandit of Arizona

Harry Head – Arizona Outlaw

Pearl Hart, Lady Outlaw

Pearl Hart, Lady Outlaw

John Heath and the Bisbee Massacre

Doc Holliday – Deadly Doc of the Old West

The Hopi – Peaceful Ones of the Southwest

James D. Houck – Pioneer & Lawman

J.L. Hubbell & the Hubbell Trading Post

Buckskin Frank Leslie – Another Tombstone Rowdy

McLaury Brothers of Tombstone

Sherman McMasters – Outlaw or Lawman?

Mining and Miners in Arizona

Burton C. Mossman – Captain of the Arizona Rangers

The Navajo Nation – Largest in the U.S.

Navajo War Leader Manuelito

Navajo War Leader Manuelito

Navajo Long Walk to the Bosque Redondo

Nah-deiz-az, aka: “Carlisle Kid” – Apache Outlaw

Commodore Perry Owens – Gunfighting Lawman

Pima Tribe of Arizona

Johnny Ringo – Tombstone Rowdy

The Journal of Sedona Schnebly

Texas John Slaughter – Taming Arizona

Pete Spence – Escaping the Wrath of the Earps

Frank C. Stillwell – Outlaw Cowboy Killer

Billy Stiles – Gunfighter, Lawman, & Outlaw

Train Robbers of Arizona

William “Russian Bill” Tattenbaum, the Noble Outlaw

Wyatt Earp

Wyatt Earp

The Valenzuela Gang

Vigilantes and Bad Men of Arizona

Fred White – Tombstone’s First Marshal

Wyatt Earp – Frontier Lawman

By Kathy Weiser-Alexander, updated May 2019

Also See:

Arizona Main Page

Arizona Photo Galleries

Native Americans – The First Owners of America

Old West Destinations

Who’s Who in American History