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He is now at Yankton, D. At the [second] trial it was suggested that [McCall] was hired to do his work by gamblers who feared the time when better citizens should appoint Bill the champion of law and order — a post which he formerly sustained in Kansas border life, with credit to his manhood and his courage.

The cemetery was moved in , and when McCall's body was exhumed, the noose was found still around his neck. Hickok was playing five-card stud when he was shot. He was holding two pairs: The identity of the fifth card his " hole card " is the subject of debate. Charlie Utter , Hickok's friend and companion, claimed Hickok's body and placed a notice in the local newspaper, the Black Hills Pioneer , which read:. Hickock [ sic ] Wild Bill formerly of Cheyenne , Wyoming. All are respectfully invited to attend.

Almost the entire town attended the funeral, and Utter had Hickok buried with a wooden grave marker reading:. Pard, we will meet again in the happy hunting ground to part no more. Good bye, Colorado Charlie, C.

Hickok is known to have fatally shot six men and is suspected of having killed a seventh McCanles. Despite his reputation, [67] Hickok was buried in the Ingelside Cemetery, Deadwood's original graveyard. This cemetery filled quickly, and in , on the third anniversary of his original burial, Utter paid to move Hickok's remains to the new Mount Moriah Cemetery. As a result, calcium carbonate from the surrounding soil had replaced the flesh, leading to petrifaction.

One of the workers, Joseph McLintock, wrote a detailed description of the re-interment. McLintock used a cane to tap the body, face, and head, finding no soft tissue anywhere.

The original wooden grave marker was moved to the new site, but by it had been destroyed by souvenir hunters whittling pieces from it, and it was replaced with a statue. This, in turn, was destroyed by souvenir hunters and replaced in by a life-sized sandstone sculpture of Hickok.

This, too, was badly defaced, and was then enclosed in a cage for protection. The enclosure was cut open by souvenir hunters in the s, and the statue was removed. Hickok is currently interred in a ten-foot 3 m square plot at the Mount Moriah Cemetery, surrounded by a cast-iron fence, with a U.

It has been reported that Calamity Jane was buried next to him, according to her dying wish. Four of the men on the self-appointed committee who planned Calamity's funeral Albert Malter, Frank Ankeney, Jim Carson, and Anson Higby later stated that, since Hickok had "absolutely no use" for Jane in this life, they decided to play a posthumous joke on him by laying her to rest by his side.

Hickok's favorite guns were a pair of Colt Navy Model. They had ivory grips and nickel plating and were ornately engraved with "J. Hickok—" on the backstrap. Hickok has remained one of the most popular and iconic figures of the American Old West and is still frequently depicted in popular culture, including literature, film, and television.

It is a loose adaptation of J. Hickok's life ending with his infamous aces and eights card hand. The film received mixed reviews, and currently holds a 5. In the story line, Calamity and Hickock argue over her masculine wardrobe and manners.

In episodes of the HBO dramatic television series Deadwood , which aired from to , Hickok is shown arriving in Deadwood with Charlie Utter and Calamity Jane, with the Deadwood camp inhabitants aware of Hickok's celebrity status as a gunfighter and lawman. The series shows Hickok as a self-destructive, compulsive gambler who is eventually murdered while playing poker and subsequently laid to rest in Deadwood's cemetery.

Hickok's birthplace is now the Wild Bill Hickok Memorial and is a listed historic site under the supervision of the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency. In , Hickok was inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame. At the time of this affair I was at a station farther west and reached this station just as Wild Bill was getting ready to go to Beatrice for his trial.

He wanted me to go with him and as we started on our way, imagine my surprise and uncomfortable feeling when he announced his intention of stopping at the McCanles home. I would have rather been somewhere else, but Bill stopped. The trial did not last more than fifteen minutes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the American football player and industrialist, see Bill Hickok American football.

For other uses of "Wild Bill", see Wild Bill disambiguation. Wild Bill Hickok — Davis Tutt shootout. List of cultural depictions of Wild Bill Hickok. To be entitled to acquittal on the ground of self-defense, he must have been anxious to avoid a conflict, and must have used all reasonable means to avoid it. If the deceased and defendant engaged in a fight or conflict willingly on the part of each, and the defendant killed the deceased, he is guilty of the offense charged, although the deceased may have fired the first shot.

It also reports the death of one and the wounding of a second railroad man by Indians near Fort Harker the two casualties are confirmed. The report of the larger number of deaths may confuse this incident with another fight with Indians, at Fort Wallace , Kansas, in which a number of soldiers were killed and wounded.

Brady, like Varnes, had disappeared from Deadwood and could not be found. In , ten years after Hickok's death, the dead man's hand was described as "three Jacks and a pair of Tens" in a North Dakota newspaper, which attributed the term to a specific game held in Illinois 40 years earlier, indicating Hickok's hand had yet to gain widespread popularity. Eventually, Hickok's aces and eights became widely known as the dead man's hand.

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