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The Fetterman Massacre

In December 1866, during Red Cloud’s War, a group of Lakota, Cheyenne, and Arapaho tribes joined forces and clashed with a detachment of the United

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The Shot that Changed the West

The Second Battle of Adobe Walls   The Battle of Adobe Walls was a battle fought on June 27, 1874, between Comanche and Kiowa warriors

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Comanche Chief Iron Jacket

Comanche Chief Iron Jacket   Iron Jacket, also known as Puhihwikwasu’u, was a Comanche chief and medicine man who lived in the late 18th and

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XIT, the Real Largest Ranch

Taylor Sheridan is one busy guy, promoting the history of settling the Yellowstone Ranch in “1883” and a modern version of trying to preserve the

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Luckenbach Texas

Nestled deep within the very heart of Hill Country, Texas, is the tiny town of Luckenbach (Loo-kin- bahk). There are just 13 residents living inside the town’s

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Medina Lake

Called “The Cowboy Capital of the World” by the Texas Legislature, Bandera County is rich with the spirit of the frontier, but not rich with

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The Tombstone Epitaph

Dragon of the West Today’s common complaint is that our media fill their pages with primarily fake news. Here’s a story from the wild west

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Kerr County and The Texas Hill Country

Lonely Planet writes that “New York has the Hamptons, San Francisco has the wine country, and Texas has the Hill Country. Just an hour or