Even in death legendary Westerners were dogged by a sordid collection of grave robbers, relic hunters, politicians and lawyers
Wyatt and brothers had Western connections galore in California and elsewhere after their Tombstone days
Itinerant reverend and Western author Cyrus Townsend Brady related Christmas tales not necessarily for children.
Eager to attack their traditional foes, a powerful Oglala/Brulé force thundered down on a hapless Pawnee hunting party in southwest Nebraska
The families of the Texians who died defending the Alamo wove their own stories of courage and survival
Long before he fought at the Alamo, Davy Crockett served as a Tennessee Volunteer in the 1813–14 war against Red Stick Creek Indians
Connecting the dots between established facts and a previously untapped interview, the author fingers ‘Killin’ Jim’ Miller for the notorious unsolved murder