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The Life and Times of a Border Bandit.
How 150 Years ago baseball’s Cincinnati Red Stockings invaded the West by rail and seeded the national pastime across the Western frontier.
Discover our collective past, curated and interpreted in the best history museums of the Western United States.
Jedidiah Smith's Last Trail.
The Burrow Gang’s first holdup wasn’t exactly a success.
The Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum is the biggest museum in Texas.
The Coeur d’Alene Art Auction in Reno, Nevada, realized over $17 million.
Back in the 1940s through the 1960s, we kids played outdoors a lot, and we lived our make-believe adventures with the coolest toys ever—cap pistols.
Jesse Jefferson “Bear” Howard’s legendary life bridged two centuries.
The early outlaw years of Missouri’s legendary outlaw trail can be discovered on a road trip across the Show-Me state.
Experience the finest in hospitality and gourmet dining at Colorado Springs’ grande dame.
Kit Carson vs The “Great Bully of the Mountains.”
West Texas history is celebrated along the banks of the Concho River.
For December 2019.
Ask The Marshall.
Rock ‘n’ roll bassist-singer Jack Blades has been a touring professional rock musician since he joined the San Francisco funk band Rubicon in 1976. In 1982, he co-founded the rock band Night Ranger, which he is currently touring with. He is also well known for his on-again, off-again membership in the rock groups Damn Yankees, Shaw Blades, Tak Matsumoto Group and Revolution Saints. All told, he and his bands have sold more than 25 million albums. Blades and his wife, Mollie, have been married since 1977. They have two sons, Colin and James.
Western Books & Movies
Review of Lane R. Warenski’s Grizzly Killer: White Snake.
Review of Prentiss Ingraham's Buffalo Bill Cody, A Man of the West.
Review of Eli Paul's The Frontier Army: Episodes from Dakota and the West.
John Wayne’s Oscar-winning performance as Rooster Cogburn in the Paramount film culminated the greatest year in Western film history.
A new Apache history of Nana’s War, plus a collection of essays on the frontier Army, a new Spillane-Collins Western, an enlightening biography of Buffalo Bill and a mountain man adventure in the 1830s West.