From California To Coffeyville

Chris Brewer contributed to a video on the Daltons. The video, produced by the California Auctioneers and Appraisers, interviewed California historian Chris Brewer and others about the history of the Dalton Brothers and the Wild Bunch gang and describes in detail the capture of the 1876 Winchester rifle used by Bill Dalton in California’s first […]

Read More

Bear State Books Watermark

Chris Brewer contributed to a video on the Daltons. The video, produced by the California Auctioneers and Appraisers, interviewed California historian Chris Brewer and others about the history of the Dalton Brothers and the Wild Bunch gang and describes in detail the capture of the 1876 Winchester rifle used by Bill Dalton in California’s first train robbery 1891 and seized by Sheriff E.W. Kay, Tulare County, California. The incident was described in Frank Latta’s book, “Dalton Gang Days,” and the rifle ended up in Latta’s archives until it was sold after his death. The rifle was auctioned off May 5, 2013.

This video has been removed from youtube and is no longer available.

Related Posts

Bakersfield Arch

Bakersfield Arch

The Bakersfield Arch, at the old Bakersfield Inn has endured for nearly seventy years, as a landmark of Bakersfield. It was built at a cost of...

read more

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.