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Dispatching train robbers and freeloading hobos with equal brutality, railroad “bulls” didn’t take any.
When William “Buffalo Bill” Cody took his Wild West show overseas, he left a little-known but lasting impression on Scotland.
It is easy to imagine the excitement of 17-year-old James Willard Schultz as the steamboat pulled away from the docks in St. Louis on a warm April morning in 1877.
Naked and barefoot, the intrepid Spanish explorer crossed the continent, performed miracles, and managed to compile one of the most …
Gravity-defying riders from the Caucasus Mountains put the “wild” in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show. In the winter of 1891, …
Jim Bridger might rest in peace in Independence, Missouri, but you can still experience the wild and woolly mountain man era at the Fort Bridger Rendezvous.
Blood, bullets, and buckskin — the story of the Old West is revealed in some of its most infamous showdowns. It needs …
In the midst of an Arctic plain in Alaska, two lone monuments commemorate the place where Will Rogers and Wiley Post died in a fateful plane crash.
These good old-fashioned Dutch oven recipes are excellent served at a mountain man rendezvous or at the homestead.