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Early military service helped the future president bolster his political career.
By Dale L. Walker
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.
by Michael Lohn
Bob Wills pioneered a new, toe-tapping sound.
by Bob Welch
The Spade Ranch embraces innovation and respects tradition.
by Nicholas Stollings
Get served history alongside your steak!
This entrepreneur started the cattle boom and put Abilene on the map.
by Charley Engel
From the Oregon Trail to Toy Story, Western and cowboy music has helped shape the collective consciousness of our nation.
by Amy Arden
At the Chincoteague Pony Drive, saltwater cowboys round up wild island ponies, and drive them across the water to the mainland.
by G. R. Schiavino
Buffalo Soldiers made the frontier a safer place.
by Elizabeth Morgan
Though he was born a slave, George Monroe became one of the West’s most famous stagecoach drivers.
After a life on the lam, Western outlaw Emmett Dalton of the Dalton gang took on Hollywood.
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