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The Civil War Custer
Neil C. Mangum
What happened to Abe Thompson, the Mohave County Outlaw and one-time partner of Fleming Parker? Some say he was hanged—if so when and where?
I’ve been to Death Valley a couple of times, and both times inquired at the ranger station about any remnants or trail ruts made from the old 20-mule team borax trains. I was told that there may be some ruts and trails, but no one was sure. I find it hard
Did most saloons have spittoons in them?
Custer and Me
Robert M. Utley
Sole Survivor Liars
Brian W. Dippie
The Boy’s of ’76
Seventh Cavalry Letters and Recollections
John A. Doerner
Begging Billy’s Pardon
The New Mexico Legislature has been debating Senate Joint Memorial 43 which requests that “the governor pardon Henry McCarty, also known as ‘Billy the Kid’, in recognition of his descendants living and working in New Mexico.” Public opinion has been mixed, as you can imagine.
Bob Boze Bell & Leon Metz
Strange Hats and Buckskin Coats
What Did Custer and His Men Look Like On The Day They Died?
The other woman in Wyatt's life.
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