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Published: Thursday, Feb. 28 2013 5:00 a.m. MST

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Zorro
Bakersfield, CA

Good subject, poor writing.

State the facts,leave out the PC.

Be fair, all sides committed atrocities.

But you did spark my interest to visit the site :)

Adina
Gig Harbor, Pierce, WA

I enjoyed reading about Pipe Springs and loved seeing the photos. The article and photos make me wish I could visit in person, especially as I am a direct descendent of Anson Perry and Emmaline (Great great grandparents)I love it that the house is still called Winsor Castle, I thought that had gone out of use long ago! Just as a side note, our direct line goes back to the original keeper of the actual Windsor castle at the time of William the Conquerer, so the use of the term has some family history significance. My grandfather, Luther Murkins Winsor also built a home (with crenelations on the roof!)that was dubbed Winsor Castle in Logan beside the campus. It later was made into a fraternity house and still later modified to be the Catholic Church there (re-designed with a regular roof line and with additions such as a chapel to one side)Thanks again for a well written and informative article and for the excellent photo gallery.

markmorse
American Fork, UT

Enjoyed the article and photos. Our family has visited Pipe Springs many times. My wife's great-great grandfather James M. Whitmore was killed at Pipe Springs in 1866.

markmorse
American Fork, UT

Oops ! In my prior comment wongly spelled Pipe Spring with an "s"at the end.

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