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Early military service helped the future president bolster his political career.
By Dale L. Walker
By Jill J. Dunkel
Don’t be fooled by the East Coast college diploma—Watt Matthews was a true Westerner.
From the words of Fay Ward's The Cowboy at Work(1958), how to safely and successfully swim cattle.
By Bob Welch
Though neither a rancher nor much of a cowboy, Jesse Chisholm established the most well-known and trafficked cattle trail in American history.
by Autumn Jones
Women have been part of rodeo since its early days. Here are five of the greatest female competitors in the sport!
Before cowboys and cattle trails, frontiersman blazed the path to the West. Here are five of the greatest frontier explorers.
by Lauren Feldman
From George Washington's beloved sorrel to a little mare who braved the front lines of the Korean War, here are five unsung equine heroes.
Step back in time with a stay at a historic Old West hotel.
Will James was a cowboy, cattle thief, author, and artist.
By Elizabeth Morgan
Dedicated to the cowboy life, cowboy Tom Blasingame spent more than 80 years in the saddle.
by Kendra Santos
Lane Frost would have turned 50 this year, but despite being gone for almost 25 years, he continues to influence the sport of bull riding and rodeo.
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