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Last Week (for the Month of October 2007)
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October 29 - November 4
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  • Prolific author Chris Enss has a new book, and we had to talk to her about it. It’s the stories of the death and burials of the Old West’s most nefarious outlaws, notorious women and celebrated lawmen.

Chris Enss
Chris Enss

Tales Behind the Tombstones by Chris Enss

  • Pam Potter and Dakota talk about a subject never covered before on Chronicle of the Old West, Old West divorces.

  • And, Arizona’s official historian, Marshall Trimble tells us about a dam that broke, resulting, not only in the loss of life, but also gold coins.

Marshall Trimble
Marshall Trimble

Marshall Trimble and Dakota Livesay
Dakota Livesay interviewing Marshall Trimble

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October 22 - 28
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  • This week’s show starts off with a conversation with Dutch oven cooks Mark Wilkins and Jan Smith. During the conversation Mark shares his recipe for triple chocolate cake.

Dakota interviewing Mark Wilkins and Jan Smith
Dakota interviewing
Mark Wilkins & Jan Smith

  • After a hardy piece of cake Jim Lockwood tells us a story about a man who was put in a position to legally hang his friend.

  • During the second half of the show author Art Burton talks to us about lawman Bass Reeves. Bass was one outstanding man.

Bass Reeves
Bass Reeves

Art Burton

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October 15 - 21
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  • Cowboy poets can recite each other’s poetry and do a great job. However, a story teller’s stories are so unique that it seems they can only tell their own. Dennis Gaines is one such story teller. We start the show with a conversation with Dennis about his experiences and stories.

Dennis Gaines
Dennis Gaines

  • Our Old West expert Bill O’Neal answers a listener’s question about fat cowboys. Were there any?

Bill O'Neal

  • The second half of the show is an absolutely intriguing conversation with our other regular, Jim MacGregor about a couple of Arizona Indians…Geronimo and Alchesay.

Geronimo
Geronimo

Alchesay
Alchesay

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October 8 - 14
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  • This week is highlighted by a conversation that took place at the Big Bear Cowboy Festival in Big Bear, California with cowboy poet Gary Robertson.

Gary Robertson
Gary Robertson

  • We have just celebrated the 100th anniversary of the birth of cowboy star Gene Autry. The second half of the show is a conversation with Michael Duchemin, the Autry curator at the Autry National Center. After listening to this conversation you will have a new appreciation for Gene Autry.

Gene Autry
Gene Autry

Michael Duchemin
Michael Duchemin

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October 1 - 7
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  • Dakota gives Phyllis de la Garza, author and book reviewer for Chronicle of the Old West, a call to talk about her new book “The Earp Gamble.” The book is about the Earp women. And the Earps had a lot of them.

The Earp Gamble by Phyllis de la Garza


Big Nose Kate - Doc Holiday's Woman
Doc Holiday's Woman - Big Nose Kate

Wyatt Earp's Woman - Josie Earp
Wyatt Earp's Woman - Josie Earp

  • During the last half of the show, Dakota and regular, Jim MacGregor talk about the Battle of Beecher’s Island. Although this wasn’t one of the major battles between whites and Indians, it did show what experience, cool heads and superior firepower could accomplish.

Monument - Battle of Beecher's Island
Monument of the Battle at Beecher’s Island

Jim McGregor
Jim MacGregor

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