Society of the Old West

From early westward expansion through the early 20th Century.

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Interesting video on Doc Holliday

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3O-bQnJDJU

Started by Raymond Bentley in Mountain Men and Early Pioneers

0 Aug 9

MIlt

Well, folks, I don't know whether this is the right place to post this or not. If not, feel free to copy it and paste it anywhere that you…

Started by Daniel Baker in Today in Western History

5 Jul 15
Reply by Carbine

Best Cavalry Movie

What's the best Cavalry movie? I can name several just for starters-not necessarily in order; She Wore a Yellow Ribbon; Directed by John Fo…

Started by Carbine in Western Saga

3 May 6
Reply by dirtrider

Bose Ickard, cowboy supreme

Bose Ikard was born a slave in July 1843, in Mississippi.  Later, he became one of the most famous black frontiersmen and trail drivers in…

Started by dirtrider in Western Saga

0 Apr 21

CLAY ALLISON, a shootist

CLAY ALLISON, a shootist Robert Clay Allison, known as "Clay", was born September 2, 1840, with a clubfoot.  He was  the fourth of nine chi…

Started by dirtrider in Western Saga

0 Apr 20

Picnic Season in The Old West

Spring is in the air alas. Now some of us can shake off the affects of cabin fever and head for the great outdoors and have a splendid picn…

Started by Carbine in Mountain Men and Early Pioneers

1 Apr 9
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Black Jack Ketchum

Thomas Edward Ketchum was born on October 31,1863 in San Saba County, Texas, son of Green Berry Sr.Ketchum and Temperance Katherine Wydick…

Started by dirtrider in Outlaws and villians

0 Apr 7

The Cutthroat Gap Kiowa Massacre

Scattered bands of Kiowa, about 2,000 people gathered in a large camp at the mouth of Rainey Mountain Creek near present day Mountain View…

Started by dirtrider in American Indian

0 Apr 6

YANKEE LANCERS

At the beginning stages of the war, men were volunteering and being conscripted into the Federal ranks faster than muskets could be…

Started by dirtrider in Civil War Tales

0 Apr 6

CUSTER: UNSUNG HERO AT GETTYSBURG

The third day of the battle at Gettysburg is famous for Pickett’s Charge up to the “high water mark” of the war for the Confederacy.  Pic…

Started by dirtrider in Civil War Tales

0 Apr 6

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