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Doug Hocking

Bisbee Live is back with an interview of local historian and writer Doug Hocking. You can find out more about Doug by visiting www.doughocking.com. His books include Tom Jeffords: Friend of Cochise; Massacre at Point of Rocks; Mystery of Chaco Canyon; Wildest West; Devil on the Loose and Terror on the Santa Fe Trail: Kit Carson and the Jicarilla Apache. His recent book, Black Legend: George Bascom, Cochise, and the Start of the Apache Wars has been chosen as a finalist for the Will Rogers Medallion Award.

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