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As General Stephen Watts Kearny and his Army of the West headed down the Rio Grande on their way to […]
The Wigwam Saloon in Winslow, Arizona proved to be good and bad for a local lawman. In April 1905, Navajo […]
The Plains Indians called him the “Horse-chief of the Long Knives,” and the whites have called him, the “Father of […]
The best Western towns welcome visitors with a great mix of hometown hospitality, annual historic re-enactments and heritage events.
A historian remembers an extraordinary afternoon with Trooper Charlie Windolph and its influence on an extraordinary career.
Remarkable photographs by German immigrant-turned-soldier Christian Barthelmess offer a window into a soldier’s life in the West.
The valiant Southern Cheyenne chief never stopped believing that peace and freedom WERE possible for his tribe.
Chief Joseph’s leadership of the Nez Perces from Yellowstone to Bear Paw remains a defining moment in American Indian history.
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Learn the truth about one of the great Indian leaders while touring historic sites of the 1877 Nez Perce War.
The whole story of the Alamo is of men willing to die but not obey.
The Incredible First-Person Account of The Last Surviving Trooper at Little Bighorn. Based on the research of Robert M. Utley, Michael Donahue, George Kush, Bob Reece and Jim Hatzell.
It took nearly a lifetime for this veteran collector to realize he’d been holding a frontier bonanza since he was a teenager.
The murder of the New Mexico governor failed to sustain the Taos Revolt.
Western Books & Movies
Hollywood has been making Westerns about American Indians for well over a century, but the question is, have they ever gotten it right?
H.W. Brands’ ambitious new history of the 19th-century West, plus a new biography of Spotted Tail, a first-person account of the Mexican War and Sandra Dallas and C.K. Crigger’s latest Western novels.