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Like many rodeos around the country, The Pendleton Round-Up canceled its annual celebration, scheduled to take place in its hometown […]
For 20 years, True West magazine has been published from behind the walls of its Cave Creek, Arizona, headquarters. Countless […]
The Working Ranch Cowboys Association and the WRCA Foundation is proud to announce the 25th WRCA World Championship Ranch Rodeo […]
Oklahoma historian reveals the real story of the ownership of the famous Charleston, Arizona, watering hole.
For 20 years at True West, Bob Boze Bell’s art and illustrations have inspired and challenged our understanding of Western American history.
Museum curators, gallery owners, and artists remain optimistic about the future.
Suspicion Points to Ike Clanton, Johnny Ringo, Curly Bill Brocius, Hank Swilling and Frank Stilwell. Take Your Pick!
Photographer William Henry Jackson and artist Thomas Moran joined the 1871 Hayden Survey to Yellowstone and changed the world with their artwork.
The former lawman’s eight years in Yavapai County may have been the best of his life.
Civil War veteran Virgil Earp was just settling down in Prescott when he joined a posse. his life was never the same.
The historic mining town trades on natural beauty, outdoor adventures.
Art Shows, Fall Festivals, Heritage Festivals, Historic Railroads and Music coming up in October 2020.
Ask The Marshall.
Dennis Gallagher: Engineer, Artist and Western Heritage Promoter
Once a necessity to sustain life in the West, wild game became a gourmet menu item in the late 19th century.
Discover the beauty and history of the plains from Kansas City, Missouri, to Denver, Colorado.
Superior in design, function and quality to any other concealable pistol of the mid-19th century, Colt’s little “revolving pistol” was an immediate success.
The annual sale attracted a who’s who worthy of a fine museum collection.
The West’s original emigrants will never be forgotten.
Western Books & Movies
Peter Brand’s long-awaited biography of Johnny Tyler, a new Pleasant Valley Western, biographies of a Texas Ranger and Calamity Jane
and the latest interpretation of Tombstone.
The family classic Old Yeller is poignantly and lovingly recalled by its youngest cast members.