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PROSPECTOR ED SCHIEFFELIN.
In his will, he asked that he be buried "in the garb of a prospector, my old pick and canteen with me, on top of the granite hills about
three miles westerly from the city of Tombstone.
source: getty images

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PROSPECTOR ED SCHIEFFELIN.
Schieffelin's body was moved to Arizona and now rests under a 25-foot-tall monument
of rocks stacked in the form of a prospector's claim marker, not far from his original silver strike.
source: getty images

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RARE photo of Ed's SISTER.
source: getty images

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