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Buffalo Bill Cody Beyond the Legend

Buffalo Bill Cody DVD "Beyond the Legend" Featuring Flint Carter, 1 of 5 historians telling of Cody's time in Arizona.


Cody Stone is mined and designed as jewelry grade gold and silver in quartz from the Old West. Cody stone specimens are on display at the Oracle Inn Steakhouse & Saloon in Oracle, Arizona. Get a tour of the area, see artifacts in the Iron Door Mine Museum and mine for gold with Flint Carter, call 520-289-4566

Buffalo Bill "Beyond the Legend" DVD

See Flint Carter in "Buffalo Bill Cody Beyond the Legend" DVD. Presents the human side of Buffalo Bill. Preview video is  of a low quality Web browser.

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"Search for the Iron Door" CD

Listen to seven songs and ballads on CD about the Iron Door Mine, the Santa Catalina Mountains, the Old West and Flint Carter. $9.95. Call 520-289-4566 for more information and to purchase directly. Mention the Iron Door web site.

Legend of the Iron Door Mine article in The Explorer. November 25, 2009 special edition. Read about Flint Carter and the history and legend surrounding the Iron Door Mine.
Tours of the Iron Door Mine Museum by Flint Carter, displays of artifacts and specimens from the surround area. Call 520-289-4566.

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"MacKenna's Gold" DVD

starring Gregory Peck

Attempting to do for Westerns what his Guns of Navarone had done for World War II action epics, director J. Lee Thompson crafted Mackenna's Gold as a lavish, absurdly ambitious variation on Erich Von Stroheim's Greed, resulting in a last-gasp Western so eager to encompass the genre's traditions that it turns into a big, silly, wildly entertaining mess. --Jeff Shannon,

The Mine with the Iron Door:
A Romance

(The Collected Works of Harold Bell Wright - 18 Volumes) (Library Binding) Library Binding: 338 pages. Publisher: Classic Publishers, Language: English. ISBN: 158201891X

Climbers guide to Sabino Canyon and Mount Lemmon Highway Tucson, Arizona

by John Steiger