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Throwback Thursday (In His Own Words): James Smith's Indian Captivity

It was rare for settlers to write down their experiences in captivity, but Smith did.

Throwback Thursday: John Colter, the West’s First Mountain Man

Trapper, explorer, frontiersman—he's long been considered the American West’s first mountain man.

Throwback Thursday: Wyatt Earp

How much of this famous lawman's life is fact, and how much is legend?

Throwback Thursday: Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier

And now you have that song going through your head. You're welcome.

Throwback Thursday: St. Clair's Big Defeat

Custer's defeat at Little Bighorn looks like a birthday party in comparison.

Throwback Thursday: A Frontier Flintlock Named Jacob

Of all the frontiersman's possessions, the most prized was his flintlock.

Fun Friday: 4 Fave Frontier Flicks

Wondering what to watch this weekend?

Throwback Thursday: Who Were the "Long Hunters"?

For starters, they're the reason we call a dollar a "buck."

Throwback Thursday: Betty Zane, Heroine of Ft. Henry

“I’ll go!” she said. “A man wouldn’t get 10 yards, but I don’t think they’ll...

Throwback Thursday: Go West, Young Man!

The real-life adventures of Horace Greeley and Mark Twain.

8 Survival Secrets of America's "Mountain Men"

Some ninteenth-century wilderness lessons should never be forgotten.

10 Awesome Firearms Museums Your Family Will Love

Looking for a fun, family-friendly way to while away a rainy day? Why not check...

Throwback Thursday: Wyatt Earp

How much of this famous lawman's life is fact, and how much is legend?

Throwback Thursday: Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier

And now you have that song going through your head. You're welcome.

8 Awesome Summertime Family Trips

Planning a summertime trip for your family? Look no further!

Throwback Thursday: Great Hinckley Hunt of 1818

Two hundred years later, it's still a legend.

Throwback Thursday: Guns of 1861

One hundred fifty years ago, the United States was a country rapidly splitting in two,...

Throwback Thursday: Mary Jemison, "White Indian"

An authentic, first-hand account of life on the American frontier from more than 250 years...

Throwback Thursday: St. Clair's Big Defeat

Custer's defeat at Little Bighorn looks like a birthday party in comparison.
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