DL Staley
Thank you, Sir... (nm)
Sat Jun 25, 21:35


  • ...like me. https://www.historynet.com/earp-fellow-sophisticates-these-men-knew-them-when/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=fb_wildwestmagazine&fbclid=IwAR3bBz0dlUUZWQ3Au9njdvuhzZVz... more
    • So much to wade through...Joyce A. Aros, Mon Jun 27 8:19
      ...and so many interesting people tp learn about! But then, when you stop and think a little, isn't it intriguing, in a way, that each and every one of these men were destined to accomplish great things?... more
    • Earp, but also STEAMBOATS!Sharon Cunningham, Sun Jun 26 12:28
      BOB, thanks for posting HistoryNet's stories about Earps. Messin' about on it's site, I found the coverage of the excavation of the Str. BERTRAND from the Missouri River! Good stuff, my Friend. Sh... more
      • Bertrand Recommended ReadingMike Mihaljevich, Sun Jun 26 21:09
        Sharon, if the Bertrand is of interest to you, check out the book “ The Steamboat Bertrand and Missouri River Commerce” by Ronald Switzer.
        • Str. BERTRANDSharon Cunningham, Sun Jun 26 23:07
          Mike, there's another, the Str. ARABIA: "The Steamboat Arabia sank to the bottom of the Missouri River in 1856 [near Kansas City]. Its artifacts were unearthed 32 years ago...." This one's cargo was unearthed... more
    • An invaluable resource!Sarah Stegall, Sun Jun 26 1:17
      Thank you for posting this! A lovely list of names to become characters in my Wyatt stories. :D All in one handy roundup.
    • Thank you, Sir... (nm) — DL Staley, Sat Jun 25 21:35
      • Re: Thank you, Sir... (nm)Bob Cash, Mon Jun 27 21:26
        Actually, the thanks should go to David de Hass, who posted it on the WHHA Facebook page, where I saw it.