L to R standing: Earp took part in the Gunfight at the O. Corral, during which lawmen killed three outlaws.
The Lewis family was Jewishand came from the Posen region in Prussiacurrent-day Poland, around Nathan born August 12,Josephine, and Henrietta born July 10, They arrived while the city was recovering from the disastrous earthquake of October 21, On the inside were the German Jews and on the outside were the Polish Jews.
The German Jews were usually more affluent, better educated, and spoke German while the Polish Jews, who spoke Yiddishwere typically peddlers and much more religious.
Apartment buildings were crowded and large homes were converted into rooming houses. Lots of money flowed from Nevada through San Francisco, and for a while the Marcus family prospered.
When the Comstock Lode production began to fade, San Francisco suffered.
It was a working-class, ethnically mixed neighborhood, where smoke from factory chimneys filled the air. They lived four blocks south of Market at Perry Street between 3rd and 2nd at Harrison. While Blaylock was living with Earp, she suffered from severe headaches and became addicted to laudanuman opiate-based pain reliever widely available at the time.
After Earp left Tombstone and Blaylock, she waited in Colton, California to hear from him, but he never contacted her. She met a gambler from Arizona who asked her to marry him. She ran away with the gambler anyway, who later abandoned her in Arizona. Her confusing recollection of events show how easily Josephine mixed fact and fiction.
The cousins recorded events in her later life, but they found Josephine evasive about the timing and nature of events during her time in the Arizona Territory and Tombstone. She said that she had believed Behan was planning to marry her, but he kept putting it off, and she grew disillusioned.
Cason says she and her sister "finally abandoned work on the manuscript because she [Josie] would not clear up the Tombstone sequence where it pertained to her and Wyatt.
In the book I Married Wyatt Earpbased on a manuscript which she purportedly wrote, author Glenn Boyer quotes her as saying, "I liked the traveling sort of man My blood demanded excitement, variety and change. Many madams and prostitutes had more control of their lives and greater independence than "respectable" women, who often ostracized them.
A few women of the era chose to remain single as a means to maintain their independence from men, and Josephine was among them. Some women in Tombstone operated restaurants, boarding-houses, and apparel and millinery shops, and a few ran some of the dry goods stores.
She likely enjoyed the social life and independence that accompanied her role. As an unmarried woman in frontier Tombstone, vastly outnumbered by men, she was likely regarded by some as a prostitute, regardless of her true status. Infive prostitutes lived there.
Josephine had to walk past the brothel everyday on her way to school. To her the women appeared not as "soiled doves" but nicely dressed women living a life of leisure.Watch video · Wyatt Earp was a frontiersman, marshal and gambler.
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