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Tombstone’s Forgotten Man
John Vosburg was a quiet mover in the town’s development.
Oceanfront Property in Arizona
Borders, boundaries, and the Sea of Cortez.
Elmer McCurdy, The Embalmed Bandit
He wanted to be an outlaw in the worst way...
Discover the historic gold rush community and its glittering history.
Leo W. Banks
Camels vs. Mules
Which are better for traveling great distances?
Lane by a Foot
“Clubfoot” George gained lasting fame in Montana.
San Francisco's 601 took the law into their own hands.
Cowboy up in a dozen of our favorite Old West towns.
Crimes on Emigrant Wagon Trains
Getting to your destination safely wasn't a guarantee.
The Best of Intentions
was supposed to help Native Americans, but…
A Great Idea that Didn’t Quite Work…
One of the first stage robbers, Tom Bell, found the downside to the trade.
Who Was The Real George Hearst?
The mining magnate might be a modern-day Western film villain, but in reality he was an audacious, self-made entrepreneur of the American West.