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  • MHQ Magazine


    He was the terror of two nations: Mexicans regarded him as the devil sent to punish them for their sins; Americans, as the personification of the merciless brutality of Apache warfare...

  • Wild West Magazine

    Sharlot Hall Helped Preserve Arizona History with Her Eponymous Museum

    The collection includes ranching gear and basketry. Sharlot Hall Museum in Prescott, Arizona, has a remarkable, ambitious woman to thank for its success. Sharlot Mabridth Hall (1870–1943) was, among other things, a historian, journalist,...

  • Wild West Magazine

    Massacre at Dawn in Arizona Territory

    Tohono O’odham Indians spearheaded an attack against sleeping Apaches in 1871, but Mexican and white residents of Tucson were behind the notorious Camp Grant Massacre. By 1871 citizens in Tucson, then capital of Arizona Territory, had...


    Review: Diamond in the Rough

    You won’t find Wilmington, Calif., high on most lists of must-see Civil War locales. A visit to Wilmington’s Drum Barracks Civil War museum—about 20 miles south of Los Angeles, on the Pacific coast—might change a lot of minds,...