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Chris Madsen

Remembered among the “3 Guardsmen” from the American Aged Western, he was in charge of apprehending such infamous outlaws as George “Red Buck” Waightman and Dan “Dynamite Dick” Clifton. Before learning to be a popular criminal offense fighter, he pursued a existence of criminal offense himself, eventually abandoning his methods of forgery and scams to serve in america Army’s Fifth Cavalry. Ahead of his visit as USA Marshall for the Oklahoma area, Madsen fought within the Spanish-American Battle. Given birth to Christen Madsen Rormose in Funen, Denmark, he relocated to america in his twenties. In the first 1800s, Madsen offered as U.S. Chief executive Chester A. Arthur’s Yellowstone Country wide Park guide.

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