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What We've Left Behind | Examining Rural Depopulation
Examining rural flight.
The Rancher's Wife
The life of Evelyn Mantle was much like other frontier women’s—hard and lonely, yet rewarding—except...
Standing Strong | How Rancher John Prather Fought To Keep His Land
John Prather worked hard for his land, and fought even harder to keep it.
How to tie a Mud Knot
A vaquero tradition.
Military veteran Ron Blevins sits astride his paint horse with a cattle herd in the background.
American Cowboy Lives On
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Rodeo Rider
Cowboy Up: Tie a Honda Knot
Learn how to tie a Honda Knot.
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Ride Like a Girl: The Original Rodeo Cowgirls
A group of pioneering cowgirl athletes rode roughstock events in the early 20th century before participation...
Great Ranches of Texas
The largest, most historic ranches of the Lone Star State.
Kathy McCraine Southwest Ranches
Great Ranches of the Southwest
Following the Coronado Expedition of 1540, cattle ranching took hold in the Southwest in the 1600s, providing...
Black and white film shot of the Lone Ranger, Tonto, and their movie horses.
5 Favorite Silver Screen Horses
Five of the greatest horses in Western cinema!
History of the Texas Ranger Badge
The iconic Texas Ranger badge was, and is, one of the most respected symbols in the West.
From Old World to Mainstream Sports: Bull Riding's Evolution
From Old Mexico to modern-day rodeo, bull riding has become the fastest growing sport in the United States.
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