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  • He Who Has No Ears

    Bear Ribs, whom whites appointed first chief of all the Sioux, did not listen to his own people’s warnings...

  • Wolf West

    Western ecology revolved around wolves—that is, until people shot, roped, trapped, gassed, stomped and strangled them...

  • Cowboy Life in the Cards

    The celebration of the Western frontier myth was in full swing when these tobacco cards made their way into the hands of an eager public...

  • One Little Indian Boy

    Captured in 1860 when Texans raided a Comanche camp, Pease Ross became a ‘ward’ of Ranger Captain Sul Ross and later a mystery...


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Wild West magazine presents the great American frontier from its beginnings to today. America’s western frontier has been a vital part of the country’s myths and reality, from the earliest exploration beyond the territory of the first colonies, to the wide expanses of the western prairies and deserts. Experience the Old West and cowboys and Indians from top historical writers. Wild West brings to life the fascinating history, lore and culture of the great American frontier.