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The May 2014 line-up:

Wind Wagon
The Wind Wagon

SITTING BULL GOES TO CANADA – After the Little Big Horn, Sitting Bull found the military determined to destroy him.  So he went to Canada.  But that didn’t last long.

THE GREAT REPUBLIC – A story that illustrates the Biblical principal of casting your bread upon the water.

PYRAMID LAKE WAR – In the battle between the cowboys and Indians, sometimes the Indians not only won, they won big.  This is a perfect illustration.

WIND WAGON – Samuel Peppard didn’t let his not having horses or oxen hamper him from traveling out west in his wagon.  He used a resource in abundance in the Kansas Territory.

POKER FOR CATTLE – No penny-ante poker here.  In place of chips, cattle was placed on the table with winner take all.

TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILROAD COMPLETED – The story of the celebration that took when the two railroads met at Promontory, Utah.  But was the railroad really completed?

MORSE-SOTO SHOOTOUT – Was there a Superman in the 1800s?  When you’re done with this story, you may think his name was Harry Morse.

DAVE MATHER – Known as Mysterious Dave Mather, he was hired as a lawman more for his skill with a gun, than his skill at obeying the law.

JESSE TYLER – Jesse was a lawman in Utah who, unfortunately, got caught up in political correctness, and it caught him his life.

STAGECOACH TREASURE – Another story of lost treasure found.  But the finder died before he could tell anyone where it is.

WILLIAM SUBLETTE – Most mountain men wanted to stay away from people.  Sublette was different.  He was an organizer and a businessperson.

SAN QUENTIN JAILBREAK – Because of extenuating circumstances, this “jailbreak” was more of a “let-out.”

GOOD BROTHER/BAD BROTHER – It’s always interesting how brothers take different paths in life, and how one influences the other to take his path…even if it isn’t the straight and narrow.

JOHN THOMPSON – Here is the amazing story of a mailman who, for twenty years, endured unbelievable obstacles to make sure the mail was delivered.

DICK FELLOWS – We think of Old West outlaws as good horsemen.  But that sure wasn’t true of Dick Fellows.

WALLACE’S HORSE – Jim Wallace had a white faced horse that seemed to get him in a lot of trouble.

SODBUSTERS – With the signing of the Homestead Act, pioneers went out west only to find areas with no lumber to build homes.  But they adapted.

CURLY – Curly was a Crow Indian scout attached to George Custer’s command.  Circumstances were such that he watched Custer’s defeat from a nearby hill.

CODY’S MEDAL OF HONOR – Most people don’t know that Buffalo Bill Cody won a Congressional Medal of Honor.  Well, he won it; got it taken away; and then got it again.

JOHN WESLEY HARDEN I & II – Although he was a preacher’s son, and named after the founder of the Methodist Church, this John Wesley was a murderer and all around bad guy.

ASHLEY AND THE ARIKARAS – The early explorers and mountain men had to fight the elements, wildlife and Indians.  And Ashley’s group was no different.

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