Homesteaders, Heroines and Hell-Raisers

It was a century ago that American women were granted suffrage, but they had been proving their equality in the settlement of the West long before.

The West Awaits!

Plan now to discover the heart and heritage of the Old West on four road trips to take when the travel restrictions are lifted.

One Man Knew

How a Kansas country physician’s report on a deadly fl u in 1918 went unnoticed and 50 to 100 million people died in its wake.

Hero or Goat?

The press declared Curly a hero until Gall called him out at the Battle of Little Bighorn’s 10th reunion.


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.

La Frontiera

From the settlement of Texas to the Mexican Revolution, The Texas Rangers were the most respected—and feared—law enforcers in Lone Star State history.

Roundup True West Magazine

The Real Lonesome Dove

Thirty-five years after Larry McMurtry’s visionary novel was published, it still inspires our love of Old West History.

Dawson's Brigade True West Magazine

Too Brave To Die

The heroic tale of the Dawson Brigade and Henry Gonzalvo Woods’s remarkable survival at the September 1842 Dawson Massacre.

Bullock Hotel True West Magazine

Eat! Drink! Sleep!

Western historic hotels and saloons offer guests a chance to experience the Old West with all the conveniences of the modern day.