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Throwback Thursday: America's Navajo Code Talkers

America's best "secret weapon" of World War II wasn't an arm at all...it was our...

Throwback Thursday: Could You Cut It as an 18th-Century Indian Brave?

The Eastern Woodlands Native American tribes weren't supermen, but they might as well have been.

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: Cherokee Memories

A tale of an 18th-century American who introduced the Cherokee to King George III.

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: Buffalo Hunting EAST of the Mississippi

You've heard a lot about Western bison hunting in the past. But there's more to...

Throwback Thursday: Go West, Young Man!

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

Wildlife Artist: Indian Art of Robert Griffing

Where others see modern-day cities, he sees ancient Indian villages.

8 Survival Secrets of America's "Mountain Men"

Some ninteenth-century wilderness lessons should never be forgotten.

Throwback Thursday: The River Wild

John Wesley Powell and the 1869 Colorado River Exploring Expedition

Throwback Thursday: When the Seminole Attacked

The tale of the Cape Florida Lighthouse Attack.

Throwback Thursday: Battle of Fallen Timbers

A tornado hit the woods...and then things got really messy.

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: Davy Crockett

“Be always sure you’re right—then go ahead.”

Throwback Thursday: Anne Trotter Bailey, Scout & Patriot

"Mad Anne" was an unsung hero of the American Revolution.
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