True West January 2021

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The Sioux Leader's Last Flight for Freedom

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Features

Departments

What History Has Taught Me: Johnny D. Boggs

January 2021 Western Roundup

Trapped! 31 Mexican Vaqueros VS Geronimo

Frontier Hygiene and Pancho Villa’s Missing Head

A Tall Tale of Two Bills

Did lawman Bill Tilghman really arrest outlaw Bill Doolin?

Shooting Back

Our readers remind us of the variables and vagaries of HISTORICAL truths, “well-established” facts, headlines and historical photographs.

More In This Issue

The Best of the West: Art and Collectibles

The Best of the West: Western Movies

The Best of the West: Western Books

The Best of the West: Heritage Travel

The Best of the West: Western Preservation

Truth Be Known

The Best of the West: Western Fare

The Best of the West: Firearms

The Best of the West: True Westerner of the Year

The Best of the West: Western Wear

California Joe: Great Scout and Plainsman

Opening Shot – The Dead of Winter

Indian Infantry Company in winter uniforms pause from their training—possibly as Indian police—to have their photo taken in the winter of 1890.