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Archive of: The Old West

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Pistol Pete

Pistol Pete

Frank Eaton, AKA Pistol Pete, shot his way into the legends of Oklahoma and the lore of the West.

July 2015
Jim Bridger

Jim Bridger

The legendary mountain man, trader, and scout was instrumental in opening the American West.

June 2015
Policing The Rails

Policing The Rails

Dispatching train robbers and freeloading hobos with equal brutality, railroad “bulls” didn’t take any.

April 2015
Detecting The Details

Detecting The Details

A new syndicated television series about the famed Pinkerton detective family strives for historical accuracy — even if that means no gun-spinning.

April 2015
Open Range: Old West Draw

Open Range: Old West Draw

Bringing together Old West icon, a new work by painter Jon McNaughton shows historical figures united.

March 2015
The Fort’s Treasured History

The Fort’s Treasured History

March 2015
Western Wire: Lawmen, The Colorado River, And Justin Townes Earle

Western Wire: Lawmen, The Colorado River, And Justin Townes Earle

We round up the latest in books, DVDs, and CDs about and from across the American West.

January 2015
The Buffalo King

The Buffalo King

Cattleman James “Scotty” Philip went down in history as The Buffalo King for his efforts to preserve one of the great animals of The Plains.

January 2015
The Buffalo King: The Documentary

The Buffalo King: The Documentary

More than a century after James "Scotty" Philip passed away, he gets the biopic treatment.

January 2015
Sand Creek Massacre

Sand Creek Massacre

This quiet tributary in eastern Colorado was meant to be a place of peace. Instead, it marks one of our nation’s greatest tragedies.

November 2014
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