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Letter from Wild West – August 2010

Cheyenne Indians are often overlooked in the chronicles of the 19th century Indian wars, despite having engaged in almost as many fights as the heralded Sioux warriors.
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Wild West – June 2010 – Table of Contents

The June 2010 issue of Wild West features stories about Little Bighorn scapegoat Captain Frederick Benteen, Chinese workers on the Central Pacific Railroad, William Crush's publicity-seeking train wreck, an 1861 shootout in Fort Worth and the Belknap Scandal.
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Wild West – June 2010 – Letters from Readers

‘Such informed disagreements among sincere students of the subject are what keeps history such a lively field of inquiry for scholars and laymen alike’ Captain Benteen Quote In the October 2009...
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Letter from Wild West – June 2010

One-hundred thirty-four years after the Battle of the Little Bighorn, historians continue to debate just who was to blame for the massacre of the 7th Cavalry. Custer? Reno? Benteen? How about the Sioux and Northern Cheyenne?
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Wild West – April 2010 – Table of Contents

The April 2010 issue of Wild West features stories about the Pony Express sesquicentennial, an all-town gunfight in Ballarat (Calif.), a battle between Texas Rangers and a Comanche raiding party, Western Jekyll/Hyde Jack Slade and Laramie outlaw Jack Watkins.
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Wild West – April 2010 – Letters from Readers

‘I was rather shocked to read the interview with Boyer and not see a single mention of the fact that the University of Arizona Press dropped I Married Wyatt Earp from publication’ Walker...
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Letter from Wild West – April 2010

This year marks the 150th anniversary of the Pony Express - a short-lived, failed enterprise that nevertheless continues to spark Americans' imagination.
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Wild West – February 2010 – Table of Contents

The February 2010 issue of Wild West features stories about horse trading in the early West, bear-tamer extraordinaire Grizzly Adams, a Valentine's Day shootout at the Montana Territory hamlet of Stoneville, the lawyer who stood up to Jesse James, and a case of soldier justice at Fort Walla Walla, Washington.
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Wild West – December 2009 – Table of Contents

The December 2009 issue of Wild West features stories about Tombstone lawman Virgil Earp, the 1841 fight between Texas Rangers and Comanches at Pinta Trail Crossing, the tragic killing of Dodge City doyenne Dora Hand, Cornelia Adair's rise to ranch baroness and a gruesome 1891 lynching in Bridgeport, Calif.
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Wild West – October 2009 – Table of Contents

The October 2009 issue of Wild West features stories about Teddy Roosevelt's Dakota days and the cowboys that rode in his inaugural parade three decades later, as well as classic Western quotes, poet bandit Red McNeil, Wyatt Earp biographer Glenn Boyer and massive Lewis freight wagons.