Bill Yenne explores the constellation of familial connections that centered on Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer
Wild West contributors Bill Markley and Kellen Cutsforth square off to debate contentious tidbits of Western history
Darren Ivey tracks the Rangers' exploits and contributions while separating them from the Texas-sized myths
John Sedgwick relates the drama and figures behind the intertribal clash dubbed the “Cherokee Holocaust"
Joe Dobrow sheds light on the marketing geniuses behind such Western legends as Buffalo Bill Cody
Texas state historian Bill O’Neal looks at the bloodiest of the Lone Star State's 19th-century blood feuds
Angus Konstam recounts the history of maritime outlawry as far back as the second millennium BC
Jerry Bryant and Barbara Fifer confirm Deadwood's Al Swearingen was bad—but was he as bad as all that?
Jack DeMattos and Chuck Parsons profile that "other" colorful Tombstone figure and notable Old West Arizonan
This multiplatform prequel to the 2010 Spaghetti Western lives up to the violence and drama of its big-screen cousin
The Coen brothers explore mythic absurdity and mortality on the Western frontier in this six-part anthology
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