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William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone
Where it’s Never Quiet on the Western Front
Ask the Marshall
What did cowboys read for pleasure?
What are “long-tailed heroes”?
In the book Roughing It, Mark Twain refers to gunfighters as “long-tailed heroes.” What does that mean?
The Best of Intentions
was supposed to help Native Americans, but…
Edgar Rice Burroughs Hunted the Apache Kid
Two years soldiering in the Arizona Territory at Fort Grant provided decades of creative inspiration for Tarzan’s creator.
Frank W. Puncer
What are the Origins of the Code of the West?
How Accurate was the Language in the 2010 Version of
Review of James D. Crownover's
If These Walls Could Talk
Building your Western Library: Peter Corbett
Peter has a 35-year career in Arizona journalism and recently was a “roads scholar,” writing blog posts for the state highway department.
Review of Thomas C. Bicknell and Chuck Parsons' book
Ben Thompson: Portrait of a Gunfighter
We highly recommend starting the New Year off with these three books.
Riding Shotgun Across the West
John Boessenecker’s new book uncovering the heroes of Wells Fargo.