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January 30 - February 5, 2006
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  • Dakota and Bill O’Neal talk about the war with Mexico that ended with the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo this week back in 1848.

Treaty of Gudalupe Hidalgo
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo

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January 23 - 29, 2006
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  • Dakota interviews Jack Stewart about silent movie cowboy star William S. Hart’s homestead and personal history.

William S. Hart
William S. Hart

  • Our Old West expert, Bill O’Neal answers a listener’s question as to why John Wayne never wore short-sleeved shirts in his cowboy movies.

    John Wayne

  • R. W. Hampton and the Sons of the Pioneers provide us with cowboy music.

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January 16-22, 2006
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  • Dakota and neighbor cowboy poet, Chris Isaacs talk about the history of cowboy poetry. Chris also recites one of his favorite poems.

    Chris Isaacs
    Chris Isaacs

  • Bill O’Neal tells us about the history of vigilantism. Interestingly, he says that vigilantes were a part of the 1800’s legal system.

Vigilantes
Vigilantes

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January 9 - 15, 2006
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  • Dakota talks to nationally known cowboy poet, Waddie Mitchell, about cowboy poetry and how he became a poet.

Waddie Mitchell
Waddie Mitchell

The Western

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January 2 - 8
, 2006
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  • Dakota talks to Montana cowboy and old friend, Jim Brooks about a cowboy’s life and the Code of the West.

  • Jim MacGregor tells the story of frontier woman, Emma Lee. Emma shows the kind of courage needed for survival in the frontier.
  • Jack Stewart tells us about L. A. County’s newest park, the homestead of Harry Carry Sr. and Jr.

Harry Carey Jr.
Harry Carey Jr.

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December 26 - January 1, 2006
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  • This week’s show is highlighted with a visit by songwriter and singer, Dave Stamey.

Dave Stamey
Dave Stamey

  • Jim MacGreggor and Dakota Livesay discuss the shooting of Virgil Earp that took place this week in 1881.

Virgil Earp
Virgil Earp

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