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General William Tecumseh Sherman reported in 1869: The efficiency of the frontier army which averaged about 20,000 men in the […]
Here’s a quick summary. Billy was a likable young man. He was very popular with the Latino population in […]
History is not always kind to people. Take Billy Breakenridge, a Cochise County deputy under John Behan during Tombstone’s troubled […]
Plan now to discover the heart and heritage of the Old West on four road trips to take when the travel restrictions are lifted.
How a Kansas country physician’s report on a deadly fl u in 1918 went unnoticed and 50 to 100 million people died in its wake.
Pint-Sized Percussion with a Punch
The press declared Curly a hero until Gall called him out at the Battle of Little Bighorn’s 10th reunion.
Lakota warrior Rain-in-the-Face fought proudly for his people’s freedom and escaped death many times on and off the battlefield, but he couldn’t outrun being branded a Custer killer.
Premier collector is remembered for his generous spirit and love of the Old West.
The Black Hills boomtown celebrates the Old West every day of the year.
A miner, a cook and a housewife all walked into a store to get groceries and supplies.
The heritage traveler can discover the history and natural wonder of the
great buffalo herds from Texas to Montana.
James Butler Hickok vs Jack McCall
In Dakota Territory, those were building words.
Butch Cassidy’s first bank job set the standard for future holdups.