Mysterious Will Lockhart delivers supplies to storekeeper Barbara Waggoman at Coronado, an isolated town in Apache country. Before long, he's tangled with Dave Waggoman, vicious son of autocratic rancher Alec and cousin of sweet Barbara. But he sticks around town, his presence a catalyst for changes in people's lives, searching for someone he doesn't know...who's been selling rifles to the Apaches.
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THE MAN You'll Never Forget!
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Lockhart tells Barbara than when she goes east she'll go through Laramie. It was typical to refer to New England as "East", in other words as a location not a direction. So when she decided to go to the east coast she could stop off in Laramie. Up until 1870 the easiest way for her to go east would have been by rail and the nearest place to catch the train would have been Cheyenne, 55 miles east of Laramie. But after August of 1870 the Kansas Pacific railroad provided service from the East to Denver making it the logical connection point and only half way to Laramie. See more
Whoa! Whoa! Whoa. We'll camp here for the night.
We can go a coupla more miles 'fore sundown.
We'll camp here!
You're the boss.
Referenced in Beyond the Grave
The Man From Laramie
By Lester Lee
- Ned Washington
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