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On October 26, 1881 Wyatt Earp took part in the famous shoot-out at the OK Corral in the city of Tombstone, in the Arizona Territory. Wyatt Earp and his two brothers, Morgan and Virgil, along with Wyatt's close friend "Doc Holliday" (Dr. John Henry Holliday), acting in the name of the law, met in a gun battle with five men, members and associates of the Clantons family, whom the Earp's had labeled as outlaws. Wyatt was remembered for not only facing down outlaws, but for being well dressed and wearing a handsom full brimmed western hat.
Reenactment, that famous gunfight with this full brimmed wool felt black westen style, Wyatt Earp Hat.
The Wild West refers to a time and place in American history surrounding the settlement of the western states in the second half of the nineteenth century.
Wash your hands. If you handle your hat with unwashed hands, the oils from your hands can make the hat "felt up" and look matted. In addition, instead of cleaning your hat, you will be getting it grimier. Place the hat on top of the oatmeal can. This will help it keep its shape while you are cleaning it. If you have a Styrofoam storage head, that is even better, but it is not necessary. Brush the hat with a dry, clean cloth. If the stain is crusted dirt or mud, it may flake off with the dry cloth. Wetting this type of stain will just make it worse. Brush the stained area gently with a cloth dampened with fabric stain remover, then "rinse" the area with a cloth dampened with water. Do not saturate the area, or you will encounter difficulties when the hat dries, because that portion of the hat may shrink or become otherwise disfigured. Allow the hat to dry in a warm, dry place. Some people place their hats on a flat surface, while others leave them on the oatmeal can or storage head. If your hat is stained in an area that the can will potentially push against and distort during the drying process, then you should place the hat on a flat surface instead.