Richard Clarke saw some action against the Sioux in the 1870s
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|Caption||The Bandit Who Never Was. The most famous claimant to Deadwood Dick's name was a harmless fraud called Richard Clarke. Clarke had seen some action against the Sioux in the 1870s. Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 504 (11 September 1971).|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|Deadwood Dick Richard Clarke Sioux Indians Native Americans guns wagon gunfight saw action|
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