Life of Tom Horn
Larry Ball talked the life and legacy of westerner Tom Horn, who lived from 1860 to 1903. Mr. Ball described Horn’s work as a… read more
Larry Ball talked the life and legacy of westerner Tom Horn, who lived from 1860 to 1903. Mr. Ball described Horn’s work as a gunman for the Pinkerton Detective Agency and Wyoming Cattlemen’s Association, as well as his murder conviction and execution in 1903. Mr. Ball spoke at the New Mexico History Museum. close
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