Then we’ll be visiting Ft. Smith, Arkansas. Again, although Arkansas is considered in the Southeast, Ft. Smith was the judicial headquarters for the Indian Territory, and the courtroom of Hanging Judge Isaac Parker.
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June 18 - 24, 2007
As we will see this week, Wild West Shows are still in existence.Dakota has a conversation with Al Huffman about his years of portraying Buffalo Bill Cody, and with Cathy Wagner who portrays Annie Oakley.
"Buffalo Bill" Cody
Dakota also gives a phone call to Bill O'Neal to talk to him about the influence our American frontier still has on us.
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June 11 - 17, 2007
We spent a weekend in Winterset, Iowa attending John Wayne's 100th birthday celebration. This week we're going to be sharing with you some of the conversations, the atmosphere, and the fun that we had during this time.
We'll be starting the show with a conversation with Melinda Wayne Munoz, John Wayne's daughter. As you will see, Melinda is a take-charge person. From the moment she picked up the microphone, things were out of Dakota's control.
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June 4 - 10, 2007
This week’s show contains one of the more interesting conversations we ever had with Bill O’Neal. Bill talks about the development of the frontier. Which, incidentally, took place during 200 years of United States' existence.
During the second half of the show, Dakota talks to Dick Baxter. For thirty years, Dick was a personal manager for entertainers, including Dale Evans. Dick talks about Dale, who he looked upon as a big sister.
Our music this week is by Dale Evans and Roy Rogers.