Nineteenth-century cowboy, teacher, and miner who belonged to the famous Rough Riders volunteer military unit. He spent his last years teaching school in the Philippines.
After attending DePauw University, he became a schoolteacher in Arizona.
He was a close friend of famous Arizona sheriff, politician, and newspaper man Buckey O'Neill.
He and his sister grew up in Indiana as the children of Louise Walden Nash and George W. Nash.
In the late nineteenth century, United States President Theodore Roosevelt organized the western Rough Riders unit to which Nash belonged.