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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.
How Often were Wagon Trains Attacked by Indians?
Mormon Handcarts Track Across Wyoming
Travel the length of the Cowboy State and discover the history behind one of the nation’s great religious migrations.
The Central Pacific’s Chinese Trail
From Sacramento, California, to Promontory, Utah, the tale of China’s immigrant railroad workers still resonates 150 years later.
Ultimate Historic Travel Guide: Great Basin and Rocky Mountains
Ultimate Historic Travel Guide covers the best places to visit in Colorado, Montana, Utah, and Wyoming.
Lords of the West
The great Western trails of the Hudson’s Bay Company still lead to great adventures.
One Way to Save the Ranch
Friendship no longer mattered to the Mormon enforcer during a deadly shoot-out at Faust’s Station.
Hayden’s Hallowed Expedition
The 150th anniversary of the birth of the American West’s four major surveys.
Thomas P. Huber
A Pioneer Paradise
Spectacular beauty and Old West heritage makes Kanab, Utah, a perfect Western getaway.
Leo W. Banks
The Civil War in Utah
University of Oklahoma Press, $29.95