• James Butler “Wild Bill” Hickok

    From simple beginnings in Illinois, the legendary gunfighter, Army scout, lawman, and gambler would become a legend and folk hero synonymous with the Wild West.

  • The Last Battle of the American Indian Wars

    The final battle between Native American fighters and U.S. Army forces occurred 100 years ago in Bear Valley near the Arizona border with Mexico.

  • Top Seat

    After 40 years, former bronc rider Dave Dahl still excels in the rodeo world as one of the best saddlemakers anywhere.

  • Camp John Marc

    With horseback riding, archery, fishing, zip-lining, ropes courses, and more, this summer camp in the Texas Hill Country offers camaraderie and outdoors fun to kids living with physical challenges and chronic illness.

  • Native Americans in the Civil War

    In the midst of a war fought on land that once was theirs, over a nation that denied them citizenship, Native Americans found themselves faced with a dubious decision: Whose side should they be fighting for?

Collecting Ledger Art

Early ledger art portrays resistance and resilience on the frontier, while its contemporary pieces tell more modern stories with similar themes.


Ledger Art: Two of the Most Collectible

If you’re a fan of authentic early ledger art and have a big budget, but don’t know where to start, here are two names to remember and research: Joseph No Two Horns and Frank Henderson.


Ledger Art: A Case of Collecting

A ledger drawing done by Lakota warrior Crow Dog while imprisoned in Deadwood, Dakota Territory, is a case study in the many aspects of early ledger art that experts and collectors must consider.


Jackson Hole Arts Festival Celebrates 33 Years

This year, Jackson Hole Arts Festival celebrates its 33rd year with featured artist Mark Keathley and an array of events celebrating art, music, food, and wine in the West.