Seth Bullock - 1849-1919

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Seth Bullock came to the Black Hills in 1876 with thousands of other settlers seeking gold and fortune. He was a lawman, a businessman, and a politician, who came to epitomize a certain type of American man of the West.

This video clip summarizes Bullock's life and accomplishments. It's extracted from the 1999 documentary, "Deadwood - The Myth, Legend, and Reality."

Images of the Past Seth Bullock - 1849-1919 Seth Bullock

Learn more about Seth Bullock's role in the history of Belle Fourche and Butte County in the SDPB documentary, "Temples of Justice."

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