Tombstone is a notable city Arizona, United States, built up in 1879 by mineworker Ed Schieffelin was then Pima County, Arizona Territory. It wound up one of the last boomtowns in the American wild. Corral and eventually draws most of its salary from tourism. The town was developed on a level over the Goodenough Mine.
Inside two years of its setting up, yet distant from some other metropolitan zone, Tombstone had a thumping down a few pins raise way, four sanctuaries, an ice house, a school, two banks, three day by day papers, and a pastry parlor, adjacent 110 saloons, 14 wagering entryways, and different move passageways and rub parlors. These associations were masterminded among and over a broad number of silver mines in this city.