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From 1949 to the late 1960s there were over 100 western series that aired on the networks. Although Gunsmoke was […]
John Sontag had a particular reason for becoming an outlaw: revenge. He was working on the Southern Pacific in 1888 […]
Roy Gardner was long on guts and short on memory. He took $187,000 during a May 1921 robbery of a […]
How the real outlaws who rode and robbed from Montana to Bolivia became cinema heroes.
Discover the Old West while relaxing in 10 of our favorite cool, mountain getaways.
Ethel "Etta" Place and The Sundance Kid's outlaw love affair.
How a Pennsylvania kid went west, became The Sundance Kid and joined Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch.
How two films from the summer of '69 changed westerns forever.
Was the Civil War Vintage LeMat Revolver Ever Modified to take Brass Cartridges?
Traditional chuck wagon cooking can be enjoyed at a local festival or right at home.
Used in the West of early 1990s, the classic auto pistol looks right at home in frontier-style gunleather.
How Did Frontier Explorers and Residents Deal with Ticks and Chiggers?
Discover the wild woman of the West in a circuitous tour of Wyoming, South Dakota and Montana.
Western art is alive and well at the annual Arizona auction.
Who was in Charge of Keeping Western Streets Clean?
Did Jim Bowie have his Famous Knife at the Alamo?
She fought outlaws, gunmen and rustlers...and won.
Discover the historic gold rush community and its glittering history.
Phoenix's archaeological gem protects the area's first city.
Missourians weren't exactly welcoming to an influx of Mormons.
Two "Americanos" vs a Uyuni Posse.
How Far Apart Were Water Holes and Stations?
Western Books & Movies
W.K. Stratton's The Wild Bunch sets a new standard for film-biography, and new biographies of an Army scout and Estaban, the diary of pioneer John Benton Hart and a novelized memoir of outlaw Cole Younger.