To The Point
How the Cowboys Ruled Tombstone before Wyatt Earp.
Our 18th Annual Celebration of the Absolute Best of the West!
Before Wichita, Dodge City and Tombstone, the Earp Brothers were more notorious than heroic.
Brothers Wyatt and Morgan’s “bum” year pimping in Peoria, Illinois, primed them for their future as frontier boomtown opportunists on both sides of the law.
Glorified, fictionalized and hotly debated, the enigmatic lawman’s life from antebellum Illinois to urban Los Angeles remains iconically fascinating 90 years after his death.
The Man, The Myth And The Search for Order.
On the anniversary of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, we celebrated in Cave Creek.
Will Bagley has written or edited 25 books on overland emigration, frontier violence, railroads, mining and the Mormons. He rafted down the Mississippi River in 1969, performed country music from Wyoming to Nevada, and has forgotten everything he learned as journeyman carpenter. Between 2000 and 2004, the Salt Lake Tribune published about 225 of his columns and articles. Bagley has won too many prizes to list here, but his favorite is Western Writers of America’s Owen Wister Award.
Ask The Marshall.
Art Shows, Auctions, Heritage Festivals, Poetry Gatherings, Rodeos, and more!
Wyatt’s Posse vs Florentino Sais.
Volunteers dedicated to the Old West have kept a beloved historic site alive near Bishop, California.
From fighting in the Great Sioux War to daring exploits in Alaska, the Oregon cavalryman had the right stuff.
What happened to Wyatt Earp’s 1900 written recollections of his adventures?
More In This Issue
Famed New York steakhouse of yore set the standard for fine restaurants on the Western frontier.
Four replica firearms companies stand out for keeping the spirit of the Old West alive and well.
Western art dealers and buyers will remember 2019 as a watershed year in Old West collecting.
Presenting the West from a whole new perspective, Michael J. Fox.