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The September 2014 line-up:

Lew Wallace

FELIPE ESPINOSA I & II – After having six relatives killed in the Mexican War, Felipe went to Colorado with the objective of killing 600 Coloradoans.

IRA ATEN – Ira was so affected with the experience of observing the death of Sam Bass that he determined to become a champion of law and order.

TOMBSTONE, ARIZONA TERRITORY – The Old West’s last boomtown survived killings and fires, but not a flood.

GRATTAN MASSACRE REVENGE – Over 100 Sioux were killed as revenge for the death of an abandoned ox.

RAWHIDE, NEVADA BURNS – Like many frontier boom towns, nature holds its destiny.

WRONG MEN HANGED – After hearing this story, partakers of alcoholic beverages may go on the wagon.

JAMES-YOUNGER COMPANY I & II – The James-Younger gang raised outlawry to the level of a successful business. But they ran into trouble when they tried to expand to
Minnesota.

JAMES WHITE – History books say that John Wesley Powell was the first person to travel the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon. But, according to James White,
they’re wrong.

CALIFORNIA BECOMES A STATE – Money talks, or in this case, it’s gold. California becomes a state without first having to meet the requirements.

MOUNTAIN MEADOWS MASSACRE – Mormons and Paiute Indians attack and kill a wagon train of Gentiles, resulting in government troops coming to Utah.

BERT ALVROD – Bert walked both sides of the fence, as a lawman and an outlaw.

ENOCH DAVIS – Facing death bravely was greatly admired in the Old West. Unfortunately, Enoch Davis was not one of the brave ones.

THE OXBOW ROUTE – “Pork” in legislation passed by Congress isn’t new. It even happened back in 1858.

FIRST TRANSCONTINENTAL MAIL SERVICE – Anytime you think traveling in a car or airplane is difficult, just think about this story of traveling in a stagecoach.

OLIVER PERRY – A most interesting story of a single man’s attempt to rob a train, and his trying to escape.

LEW WALLACE – Lew Wallace was the governor of New Mexico at the time of the Lincoln County War. Could it be that he wasn’t a good governor because he was busy writing
Ben Hur?

CHIEF JOSEPH DIES – Chief Joseph always tried to maintain peace. But he is known for his ability to be victorious against the army.

SEITH BULLOCK – Seith Bullock was a man who seemed to be everywhere and do everything.

OLIVER LOVING – As you hear about Loving’s death, you’ll be reminded of the death of Gus in Lonesome Dove.

BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS TREED – Mexican Juan Cortina, seeing his family’s land holdings shrink took action against the Gringos.

FRANK M. CANTON – Many men of the Old West changed their name to gain a reputation or to evade one. Canton, not his real name, did it to evade one.

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