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Throwback Thursday: A Frontier Flintlock Named Jacob

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

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: 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: The River Wild

John Wesley Powell and the 1869 Colorado River Exploring Expedition

Throwback Thursday: The Mystery of Cahokia

They were an entire native culture, one that flourished in North America’s heartland a thousand...

Throwback Thursday: Battle of Fallen Timbers

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

Why You Should Care About Chronic Wasting Disease

What it is, what to do...and can it be stopped?

Throwback Thursday: Jack Hinson's One-Man War

The story of how this Civil War-era neutral wound up waging a one-man war.

Throwback Thursday: Crazy Horse, Lakota War Leader

The story of the man who defeated Custer at the battle of Little Big Horn.

Throwback Thursday: Primitive Weapons

Now imagine you are gearing up for a hunt 12,000 years ago. Now what? Guns...

An Ultimate "Do-All" Rifle: My Case For the Steyr Scout

If you could have just one rifle, what would it be?

Throwback Thursday: Red Cloud, Sioux Warrior

Meet the man who held the Great Plains in thrall.

Throwback Thursday: Guns of 1861

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

Throwback Thursday: St. Clair's Big Defeat

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

Throwback Thursday: The River Wild

John Wesley Powell and the 1869 Colorado River Exploring Expedition
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