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The Extra Mile
A Potawatomie farmer gave his life for law and order.
The Law Goes Beyond The Law
A Montana lawman worked closely with the vigilantes.
That Cow Business?
Did Merritt Horrell rustle cattle or a woman?
The steam engine was invented in England in 1825 and a year later it arrived in America...
Johnson Canyon was blessed or cursed with a stretch of extreme hard basalt rock that required blasting a way through and building the tunnel.
Bounty hunters were a varied assortment of mankind...
Bob Boze Bell’s Art Show & True Westerner Award Presentation
Michael J. Fox and BBB were honored at Scottsdale's Museum of the West this past week.
Gamblers And Guns
Frank Loving and John Allen were determined to shoot it out.
The Day The Rails Reached Phoenix
The two transcontinental railroad lines across Arizona along the 32nd and 35th Parallels were completed by 1883 but there was still no line running through Phoenix...
Don’t Mess With The In-laws
Cullen Baker angered the wrong folks.
Opium Dens in the West
During the heyday of the Old West drugs were pretty common and legal.
Feudist Henry Brooks went down fighting.