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Yuma, Arizona.In 1901, Yuma, Arizona Constable H. H. Alexander killed Mrs. J.J. Burns while trying to serve legal papers.  Alexander was ..read more
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True West Magazine by Marshall Trimble - 3h ago
  Wagon train.The wagon trains first began heading west in the early 1820s with the opening of the Santa Fe Trail from St. Louis. However ..read more
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Colonel Philip St. George Cooke.Cavalry officer Phillip St. George Cooke, best remembered as the man who wrote the Army Cavalry Manual and ..read more
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True West Magazine by Mark Boardman - 1d ago
Nathaniel Kinney.Nathaniel Kinney was angered by rampant crime when he moved to southwest Arkansas in 1883.  So he formed the Bald ..read more
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Over 25 years in the making, Bob Boze Bell’s latest book, The Illustrated Life and Times of Geronimo, combines hundreds of never- ..read more
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True West Magazine by Mark Boardman - 2d ago
Cole Younger.In January 1874, the James-Younger Gang robbed a train at Gads Hill, Missouri.  They took money and valuables from the ..read more
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Larcena Pennington.The next morning Larcena awoke to the sounds of people talking. She crawled in that direction and made her way to the ..read more
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Larcena Pennington.A day after the kidnapping of Larcena Pennington Page, Captain Richard Ewell and a detachment of Company G, First U.S. ..read more
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True West Magazine by Mark Boardman - 1w ago
Soapy Smith.William “Cap” Light was an Old West lawman—and a good one. But he married into the wrong family. Light’s wife was the ..read more
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Larcena Pennington Page.The Pennington family, from east Texas were the first American family to settle along Sonoita Creek in southern ..read more

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