: Joseph G. Rosa
University of Oklahoma Press
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Dust and white-grey smoke from the black powder ammunition drifted slowly in
the breeze, From his house came Camillus Fly, brandishing a Henry rifle
no one made any moves, he lowered the gun
and knelt beside the still breathing
Billy Clan- ton. Gently he removed the six-shooter from the boy's hand. Billy's last
mumbled words were: 'Give me some more cartridges.' The 'Gunfight
at the O.K.
Corral' lasted about thirty seconds, and an estimated seventeen shots were fired.