Our readers remind us of the variables and vagaries of historic truths, “well-established” facts, headlines and historical photographs.
Silas Hite, Composer, Musician, Artist
Oklahoma historian reveals the real story of the ownership of the famous Charleston, Arizona, watering hole.
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.
Dennis Gallagher: Engineer, Artist and Western Heritage Promoter
The Apache Kid is as elusive in death as he was in life.
Lakota warrior Rain-in-the-Face fought proudly for his people’s freedom and escaped death many times on and off the battlefield, but he couldn’t outrun being branded a Custer killer.
Premier collector is remembered for his generous spirit and love of the Old West.
“One of the most brutal things in the world is your average 19-year-old American boy.” —T.J. Stiles, from Jesse James
Billy the Kid experts from around the globe weigh in on why these new Billy Bonney documents are significant.
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.