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June 25 - July 1, 2007
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  • This week we’re visiting two places with a lot of Western history that aren’t normally considered a part of the Old West.

Pony Express
Pony Express

  • 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.

The courtroom of Judge Isaac Parker in Ft. Smith, AR
The courtroom of Judge Isaac Parker

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June 18 - 24, 2007
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  • 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
"Buffalo Bill" Cody

Annie Oakley
Annie Oakley

  • Dakota also gives a phone call to Bill O'Neal to talk to him about the influence our American frontier still has on us.

Bill O'Neal

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June 11 - 17, 2007
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  • 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.

John Wayne

  • 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.

Melinda Wayne Munoz

  • Then the next conversation will be with Frank Candito who is an avid John Wayne fan. Frank came all the way from New Jersey.
  • A big part of the celebration was the Buffalo Bill Cody style Wild West Show. We were able to talk to one of the founders of the show who knew John Wayne.

Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show - Cover of the Program 1890

  • All of this will be interspersed with some of the great patriotic presentations by John Wayne.

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June 4 - 10, 2007
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  • 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.

Bill O'Neal
Bill O'Neal

  • 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.

Dale Evans
Dale Evans

  • Our music this week is by Dale Evans and Roy Rogers.

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May 28 - June 3, 2007
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  • We talk with some of the dedicated volunteers that put on the event, as well as a couple of the competitors.

  • Each evening we had entertainment. Prior to their going on stage, Dakota got a chance to talk to cowboy poet, Waddie Mitchell and the founder of the musical group, Cowboy Celtic, David Wilkie.

Waddie Mitchell
Waddie Mitchell

David Wilkie with Cowboy Celtic
David Wilkie with Cowboy Celtic

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