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April 7-13, 2014
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Dakota and Sharon Cunningham talk about buffalo hunters and skinners. 
R. W. Hampton also sings about these guys.

Click HERE to listen to Sharon and Dakota talk about the hunters and skinners.

buffalo hunters and skinners

R.W. Hampton
R.W. Hampton


Jim Dunham and Michael Blake talk about Old West outfits,
and Hollywood’s version of those outfits.

Old West Outfits


We also feature a song by Sons of the San Joaquin.

Sons of the San Joaquin
Sons of the San Joaquin


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March 31-April 6, 2014
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Dakota talks to Pete Paulson about traveling by stagecoaches
in the Old West. Pete makes a living driving a stagecoach today.

Click HERE to listen to the conversation about stagecoaches.

Stagecoach


Jim MacGregor tells us about the Wagon Box Fight,
a battle that saw the beginning of the defeat of the Plains Indians.

Wagon Box Fight


Michael Martin Murphey sings "Quarter Horse Ride."

Michael Martin Murphey


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March 24-30, 2014
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Dakota talks to Bill O'Neal about women's suffrage.
Incidentally, it was Wyoming and the West that led the way.

Women's Suffrage

Women's Suffrage


Although Calamity Jane claimed to be married to Wild Bill Hickok,
it was actually Agnes Lake. 
Dakota talks to Carrie Bowers about Agnes.

Click HERE to listen to Dakota and Carrie talk about Agnes Lake.

Agnes Lake
Agnes Lake


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the ENTIRE March 24-30, 2014 SHOW click HERE!

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March 17-23, 2014
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Dakota and David Wolf talk about an Old West character
many people have never heard about…Seth Bullock.

Click HERE to listen to the conversation about Seth.

Seth Bullock
Seth Bullock


There were a number of men in the Old West
who mustered out of the military and became gunmen. 
Bill O’Neal and Dakota talk about these men.

Dallas Stoudenmire
Dallas Stoudenmire


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the ENTIRE March 17-23, 2014 SHOW click HERE!

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March 10-16, 2014
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Dakota talks to Donna Ernst
about one of her relatives, the Sundance Kid.

Sundance Kid
Sundance Kid


B. J. Alderman and Dakota talk about one of the early methods
of delivering mail… The Pony Express.

Click HERE to listen to B. J. and Dakota have a conversation about the Pony Express.

The Pony Express
Pony Express


This week we feature the song "Through The Gap" by Bill Barwick.

Bill Barwick
Bill Barwick


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the ENTIRE March 10-16, 2014 SHOW click HERE!

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March 3-9, 2014
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Chuckwagons are still used today in competition. 
Dakota talks to Mark Wilkins about his participation in the events.

Click HERE to listen to the conversation about chuckwagon competitions.

Chuckwagon


Dakota has a conversation with
Bob Alexander about Lawmen, Outlaws & SOBs..

Bob Alexander
Bob Alexander


Dakota and Lee Anderson talk about the origins of the cowboy.


Lee Anderson


We have music this week by Earl Gleason & Bar D Wranglers
and also by The Sons Of The San Joaquin.

Earl Gleason
Earl Gleason

The Sons Of The San Joaquin
The Sons Of The San Joaquin


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February 24-March 2, 2014
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Dakota talks to Jim MacGregor about the Five Day War
which was the last big conflict in the Lincoln County War.

Click HERE to listen to Dakota talk with Jim about the Five Day War.

Billy the Kid
Billy the Kid


Dakota and Sunny talk to Beverly Hawk
about the life of the 1800’s Indian woman.

Lakota dress
Lakota Dress


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the ENTIRE February 24-March 2, 2014 SHOW click HERE!

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February 16-22, 2014
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Bill O’Neal tells us about Indian combat techniques
and how the military dealt with them.

Click HERE to listen to the conversation about Indian combat techniques.

Indian combat
Indian Combat


One of the lesser known Old West strong men was John Slaughter. 
Dakota talks to Bill Elliot about this “big, little man.”

John Slaughter
John Slaughter


Dave Stamey sings "Mr. Shorty."

Dave Stamey


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the ENTIRE February 16-22, 2014 SHOW click HERE!

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February 9-15, 2014
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Dakota and Roy Young talk about one of the many people
who are known because of their name.
That unique name is Johnny Behind The Deuce.

Click HERE to listen to Dakota and Roy talk about Johnny Behind the Deuce.

Johnny Behind The Deuce
Johnny Behind The Deuce


Wyatt Earp probably spent more time in California
than any other state.  Dakota and Jim MacGregor
talk about his time in California.

Wyatt Earp in San Diego
Wyatt Earp


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February 2-8, 2014
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Dakota and Jim MacGregor talk about
the end of the James Gang with the surrender of Frank James.

Click HERE to listen to the conversation about the end of the James Gang.

Frank James
Frank James


Of all the feuds of the 1800’s, Texas’ Regulator-Moderator War
took more lives than any other. 
Dakota and Bill O’Neal talk about this event.

Texas Regulator War memorial


We also feature "Arizona Ranger Billy Old" by Don Collier,
and the songs"Frank James’ Farewell" by Michael Martin Murphey,
and "Hanging Tree" by Marty Robbins.

Don Collier
Don Collier


Michael Martin Murphey
Michael Martin Murphey

Marty Robins
Marty Robbins


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the ENTIRE February 2-8, 2014 SHOW click HERE!

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January 27-February 1, 2014
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Jim Miller probably assassinated more people than any
Old West character.  Dakota and Bill O’Neal talk about this killer.

Click HERE to listen to the conversation about Jim Miller.

Jim Miller
Jim Miller


Jim MacGregor and Dakota talk about two friends,
Ben Thompson and King Fisher,
and the problem they had when they went out for an evening of drinks.

Ben Thompson
Ben Thompson

King Fisher
King Fisher


We also feature the song “There Ain’t No Quit” by Bill Barwick.

Bill Barwick
Bill Barwick


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the ENTIRE January 27-February 1, 2014 SHOW click HERE!

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January 20-26, 2014
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Nancy Samuelson and Dakota talk about that rebel gorilla Quantrill. 
Nancy doesn’t feel he was as bad as he’s often portrayed.

Quantrill
Quantrill


Few people today using planes and automobiles travel
as much as Yellowstone Kelly. 
Dakota and Jerry Kennan talk about this traveling man.

Click HERE to listen to Jerry Kennan and Dakota talk about Yellowstone Kelly.

Yellowstone Kelly
Yellowstone Kelly


Our music this week is by Sons & Brothers.

Sons & Brothers
Sons & Brothers


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the ENTIRE January 20-26, 2014 SHOW click HERE!

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January 13-19, 2014
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Dakota talks to Jeff Broome about Lyman Kidder,
a military man who’s famous for getting his men massacred by Indians.

Click HERE to listen to the conversation about Lyman Kidder.

Lyman Kidder



Old West lawmen sometimes walked on both sides of the law. 
Bill O’Neal and Dakota talk about one such man… Henry Brown.

Henry Brown
Henry Brown


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the ENTIRE January 13-19, 2014 SHOW click HERE!

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January 6-12, 2014
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One of our listeners asks how people in the Old West told distances. 
So Dakota gives Jim MacGregor a call and they discuss the subject.

Click HERE to listen to Jim and Dakota talk about this subject.

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Lee Anderson and Dakota talk about the original cowboys, the vaqueros.

Vacquero


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the ENTIRE January 6-12, 2014 SHOW click HERE!

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December 30, 2013-January 5, 2014
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Barry Ward was one of the performers who was a part of
the White Mountain Cowboy Christmas. 
Dakota talks to Barry during a break in the rehearsal.

Click HERE to listen to Barry and Dakota's conversation.

Barry Ward


Dakota and Ben Traywick talk about Wyatt Earp’s vendetta ride
following the OK Corral Shootout.

Wyatt Earp


Our music this week is by Barry Ward.


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the ENTIRE December 30-January 5, 2014 SHOW click HERE!

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December 23-29, 2013
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Dakota talks to Bill Neal about the progress of law on the frontier,
and the three stages of that progress.

legal scale


Bob Alexander and Dakota discuss the Texas Rangers,
and in particular Company B.

Click HERE to listen to the discussion about the Texas Rangers.

Company B-Texas Rangers


We have music this week by
Marty Robbins and Michael Martin Murphey.

Marty Robbins
Marty Robbins

Michael Martin Murphey
Michael Martin Murphey


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the ENTIRE December 23-29, 2013 SHOW click HERE!

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December 16-22, 2013
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This is our annual Christmas show.  The show is packed
with songs and poems that reflect the cowboy’s celebration of Christmas.

Santa Cowboy


Dakota talks to Bill O’Neal about how Christmas
was celebrated by cowboys back in the Old West.

Cowboy Christmas


We feature a commentary & song
"Cowboy Christmas" by Keith & Rusty McNeal.

Click HERE to listen to this Cowboy Christmas!

Keith & Rusty McNeal


We have Christmas music this week by
Brenn Hill, Michael Martin Murphey, and Cowboy Celtic.

Brenn Hill
Brenn Hill

Michael Martin Murphey
Michael Martin Murphey

Cowboy Celtic
Cowboy Celtic


We also have Christmas poetry by Mike Moutoux and by Waddie Mitchell.


Mike Moutoux

Waddie Mitchell
Waddie Mitchell


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the ENTIRE December 16-22, 2013 SHOW click HERE!

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December 9-15, 2013
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Dakota talks to Paul Cool about the Salt War that took place in Texas
and wasn’t a highlight of the Texas Ranger’s history.

Click HERE to listen to Paul talk with Dakota about the Salt War.

Salt War depiction

Paul Cool
Paul Cool


We always hear about battles involving Indians and Whites. 
Jim MacGregor and Dakota talk about Indian vs. Indian battles.

Indian vs. Indian battles

Jim MacGregor
Jim MacGregor


Our music this week features the song "El Paso" by Marty Robins.

Marty Robins


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the ENTIRE December 9-15, 2013 SHOW click HERE!

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December 2-8, 2013
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Dakota and Jim Dunham talk about the code of behavior
for Old West gunfighters.  And it wasn’t much.

Click HERE to listen to the conversation about the gunfighter's code of behavior.

Jim Dunham
Jim Dunham


Show regular, Bill O’Neal has written over 40 books while holding down
a full time job.  Bill and Dakota talk about how he does it.

Bill O’Neal


Our music this week features the song "Me & My Uncle" by Rod Taylor.

Rod Taylor


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the ENTIRE December 2-8, 2013 SHOW click HERE!

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November 25-December 1, 2013
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One of the greatest land swindlers of the Old West was James Addison Reevis.
Dakota talks to Jan Cleere about this unique character.

James Addison Reevis
James Addison Reevis

Jan Cleere
Jan Cleere


During Dakota’s visit to the Chandler Chuckwagon Cook-off he talked to
chuckwagon competition winner Barb Kennedy.

Click HERE to listen to Barb Kennedy talk about chuckwagon competitions.

Chandler Chuckwagon Cook-off


To give chuckwagon cooking an Old West flavor, Dakota and Bill O’Neal
talk about chuckwagons and camp cooks from the Old West.

chuckwagon


Our music this week features the song “The Chuckwagon” by Earl Gleason.

Earl Gleason
Earl Gleason


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the ENTIRE November 25-December 1, 2013 SHOW click HERE!

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November 18-24, 2013
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Dakota talks to film maker James Rosin
about making and financing a western movie.

James Rosin
James Rosin


Galaxy Press has some intriguing western CD's. Dakota and John Goodwin
talk about the stories and the uniqueness of their CD's.

Click HERE to listen to the conversation about western CD's.

John Goodwin
John Goodwin


Dakota talks to Bill O’Neal about another of the great Old West ranches. 
This time it’s the Empire Ranch located in southern Arizona.

Empire Ranch
Empire Ranch


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the ENTIRE November 18-24, 2013 SHOW click HERE!

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November 11-17, 2013
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Andy Watzek has written a historic novel about a daughter avenging
their father’s killing.  Dakota talks to Andy about his book.

Click HERE to listen to the conversation between Andy and Dakota.

The Hunt

Andy Watzek
Andy Watzek


It’s amazing how little changed in gambling from the Old West to today.
  Dakota and Lafitte talk about the similarities and changes.

gambling
Gambling in 1895

Lafitte
Lafitte


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the ENTIRE November 11-17, 2013 SHOW click HERE!

$8.45 - includes shipping and handling

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