Prolific Western writer Chris Enss has delved into the lives of ordinary Westerners, though the extraordinary Custers have also drawn her interest.
Wes Cowan blended his fascination with history and love for antiques to create the internationally recognized Cowan's Auctions.
Retired law officer R. Michael Wilson has a nose for detailing Western robberies, murders and executions.
In his new book After Custer, Paul Hedren draws on his extensive knowledge of the Great Sioux War to paint a picture of changing life on the Prairie in the wake of the Little Bighorn.
Prolific writer Johnny D. Boggs excels at stories of Jesse James, Billy the Kid, the Civil War, baseball and Western films.
California-based author Lee Silva has earned his reputation as a Western historian, Old West firearms expert and Wyatt Earp authority.
In his new Encyclopedia of Westward Expansion, Jim Crutchfield ably covers the frontier, from long hunters to the Army of the West.
In an early Christmas present for Earp enthusiasts, Santa Claus author Jeff Guinn tackles the O.K. Corral.
In his latest book the attorney tracks bandido Tiburcio Vásquez.
No survivors with George Armstrong Custer at the Little Bighorn in June 1876? John Koster, author of Custer Survivor, says otherwise.
Pawnee Scouts in the U.S. Army get their due, thanks to Van de Logt, a Kansan researcher born in the Netherlands.
Author S.C. Gwynne addresses Quanah Parker's role in the history of the Comanche Nation is his New York Times best seller "Empire of the Summer Moon."