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Camels vs. Mules
Which are better for traveling great distances?
Posse Catches Horseback Train Robbers in a Touring Car
What kind of traffic signals and traffic laws were in place in towns the early years of the horseless carriage?
Martha Summerhayes on the Crook Military Road
One of the most important military roads during the Apache Wars in Arizona was the General Crook Trail.
Why Were Only the Front Hooves of Mules Shod?
Del Potter’s Mule-Powered Railroad
The C & N RR had only one engine and it was pulled by a mule, but Del considered himself a full-fledged president of a railroad with rights to all privileges and courtesies.
A Hell-Bent Ride on a Snortin’ Prince of a Mule
A mule became the men’s best hope in the terrifying Hayfield fight that took place 150 years ago.
True Westerner: Lee Anderson, Equine Historian
Father of the American JACKASS
The History of Mules
A long overdue look at these real heroes of the American West.
Welcome to Mule Nation
Finally, the mighty American mule gets some long, overdue credit.
Bob Boze Bell