History

The Visual Language of Beadwork

Beads tell a story of Native North American culture and resilience.

Apache Wars

In historian Paul Andrew Hutton’s latest book, this mostly forgotten drama of the American Southwest gets a comprehensive new examination.

Hemingway’s Idaho

The author had a special connection to Sun Valley, where he hunted, fished, found his “Family,” and was laid to rest.

AMC Takes on “The American West”

A new docudrama series from TV network that brought us Hell on Wheels is as expansive as the West itself.

Oklahomans, OK!

“Okla” is Choctaw for people. As much as it’s red earth and blue skies, mountains and lakes, tornadoes and earthquakes, and oil and gas, it’s Reba and Blake and hundreds of other Oklahomans who’ve shaped not just the state but the country.

Guns of History

Some special vintage firearms with singular Western credentials are on the market — including a war-trophy rifle once belonging to Chief Black Kettle that became part of Custer’s personal collection.

The General Custer Trevilian Collection and Libbie’s Love Letters

A Union soldier risked his life to return the spoils of war — the intimate correspondence from Gen. Custer’s wife.

The Truth About George Armstrong Custer

In his new book, Pulitzer-winning author and historian T.J. Stiles looks deeply into the complex life of one of the country’s most controversial figures.