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The Sedalia Trail
Heavy Duty Wagons on the Santa Fe Trail
The Adventures of Calamity Jane
Discover the wild woman of the West in a circuitous tour of Wyoming, South Dakota and Montana.
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?
The Lone Star Line
Following the Butterfield Overland Company’s trail across Texas is a history-filled adventure.
Lewis and Clark’s Big Sky Country
Explore an adventurous Montana on the trail of the Corps of Discovery.
How Often were Wagon Trains Attacked by Indians?
Pointin’ ‘Em North
One of the West’s earliest cattle drives occurred in 1854 when a cattleman named Tom Ponting drove a herd all the way from Texas to New York City.
Review of Jean Johnson's
Grit and Gold: The Death Valley Jayhawkers of 1849
Erik J. Wright
What Bacon Did Trail Cowboys Eat?