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The Last Days Of The Geronimo Campaign
The last holdouts of a long war...
Rifling: Shooting Farther and Straighter
The rifle's improvements from its invention to today.
Was General Nathan Bedford Forrest Brilliant or Insane?
The sanity of one of the most brilliant Civil War generals.
A Change of Heart
Outlaw Henry Brown tried to turn a new leaf…
Merits of the film and the facts behind it.
How Many People Died During the Indian Wars?
Opening Shots in Arizona’s Pleasant Valley War
Jim Stinson had enough of the “troubles” in Pleasant Valley.
Arizona’s Battle of Bull Run
"The men loaded their muskets and prepared to defend themselves as the animals, described as meaner than grizzly bears, became more menacing..."
Tracking Down the Killers
Tom Tobin almost singlehandedly ended a crime wave.
Did Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday’s Fathers Meet While Serving in the Mexican-American War?
The Leg I Left Behind Me Part 2
Santa Anna's ability to recover from political missteps is almost mind-blowing.
The Leg I Left Behind Me Part I
Santa Anna lost his leg during a dramatic moment on the beach in his night shirt.