American Wild West- Lawmen and Outlaws
While watching the movie Tombstone I realized that America's Wild West had so many people and events that influenced the period which was around 1850 through 1899. This first challenge will focus on Wild West Lawmen and Outlaws during these years.
Include picture(s) of the real people you choose, no fictional characters.
Depending on interest future challenges will focus on Wild West Indian Chiefs, events, colorful characters, etc. from this period of time in American history.
Only 1 winning page per member, winners' pages with lesser scores will be removed at the end of the challenge. Challenge Owners Choice will be selected from non-winners. In the event that fewer than 4 pages are entered, multiple awards will be given to individual challenge members. Voting will end 1 day before challenge ends to give me time to pick the Challenge Owners Choice
PLEASE DO NOT JOIN THE CHALLENGE UNLESS YOU POST A PAGE!
Adherence to the requirements is a must!!! I will message anyone whose scrap doesn't meet ALL requirements as soon as I see it so that it can be corrected and reposted. Pages that are not corrected will be omited prior to end of challenge. I know this is tough, but it isn't fair to those who follow the rules.
Pages must include 1 or more pictures of the individual (real people, not fictional characters). Each page must focus on only 1 person, not multiple people. Only lawmen and outlaws who lived during the years 1850-1899 in America (what is now the United States of America). Include at least a few lines of journaling (more than just a page title). Include their birth and death dates, if dates are unknown say so.
New pages only posted after start of challenge!
Challenge Starts: Tuesday, June 09, 2009 12:00 AM EST
Challenge Ends: Saturday, June 20, 2009 12:00 AM EST
Maximum Scrapbooks per Member: 3
Only challenge members can vote.
(Vote totals will be viewable after voting ends.)
Vote Starts: Tuesday, June 09, 2009 12:00 AM EST
Vote Ends: Friday, June 19, 2009 12:00 AM EST
This challenge is completed.