Doc Holliday had a reputation as a bad man, but one with good manners instilled in him by his mama during his childhood in Griffin, Georgia.
A dentist who moved to Dallas, he became enamored with card playing and fighting. After being accused of murder, he moved to Kansas where he met Wyatt Earp. They made their way to the booming mining town of Tombstone, Arizona where they were involved in the shootout at O.K. Corral, perhaps the most infamous gunfight of the American West, which left three men dead.
Doc died of tuberculosis in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, in 1887.
– Jan Schroder, The Georgia 100