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Were Archery Contests Held Out West?
Review of Mike J. Sparrow's
Lucia St. Clair Robson
Spirit of the West
Review of Dr. Larry Len Peterson's
American Trinity: Jefferson, Custer, and the Spirit of the West.
Another Trail of Tears
The effort to relocate the Seminoles was costly and deadly for both sides.
Review of Doug Hocking's story
Tom Jeffords: Friend of Cochise
Beating a Retreat
An Alfred Jacob Miller watercolor gets the top bid at Brian Lebel’s Old West Auction.
Crazy Horse Never Died
A symbol of Indian resistance may be gone, but his legacy provides a pride that goes beyond the Sioux.
The Steadfast Seminole
Never Wasted a Bullet
Yanosha was one of Geronimo’s bravest Chiricahua Apache Warriors.
Ronald Terry Brown
She’s So Money
Sacagawea and her sculptor on coin bring riches to the auction block.
Chief Dan George