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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: Slingers, History's First Snipers

Make no mistake, the ancient sling was no slingshot...and it was definitely not a toy.

Sharpshooter Showdown: A Friendly Contest Among History’s Finest Snipers

Lyudmila Pavlichenko, Chris Kyle, Simo Hayha and Carlos Hathcock: Who would win?

Throwback Thursday: Simo Hayha, Winter Warrior

The true story of how one man became the scourge of the Soviet army.

Throwback Thursday: Cherokee Memories

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

Throwback Thursday: Samuel Brady's Leap for Life

Head back to the 18th century for this chilling tale of America's past.

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: Crazy Horse, Lakota War Leader

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

Throwback Thursday: Red Cloud, Sioux Warrior

Meet the man who held the Great Plains in thrall.

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: Slingers, History's First Snipers

Make no mistake, the ancient sling was no slingshot...and it was definitely not a toy.

Throwback Thursday: Mary Jemison, "White Indian"

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

Throwback Thursday: Simo Hayha, Winter Warrior

The true story of how one man became the scourge of the Soviet army.

Throwback Thursday: Samuel Brady's Leap for Life

Head back to the 18th century for this chilling tale of America's past.

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.