Sarah Winnemucca

March 20, 2018

Born the daughter of Chief Winnemucca, Sarah was a guide and interpreter for the army. She spent her life trying to get sufficient food and clothing for her people living on reservations with dishonest Indian agents.

Tom Fitzgerald

March 13, 2018

Nearly eaten by a bear, chased by Indians, he hid in a cave, nearly drowned, treed by wolves and near starvation, he was rescued by two trappers. Mountain man and trapper, Tom, finally made it to the annual rendezvous in Pierre's Hole.

Range Wars

March 6, 2018

Over 10,000 sheep and one man were killed during Oregon's sheep and cattle wars. The sheep shooters took an oath of secrecy to join the brotherhood of sheep haters hoping to drive sheep out of the country.

Cowboy Poetry

February 27, 2018

The Dude Wrangler, Jack Potter's Courtin', How Many Cows?, Young Fellers, Reincarnation.

Richard Kirkland

February 20, 2018

The Civil War Battle of Fredericksburg saw thousands killed or wounded. Kirkland, became known as "the angel of Marye's Heights," as he bravely carried water into no-man's land to give relief to wounded soldiers from both sides.

Africa - Part 2

February 13, 2018

Majete Wildlife Reserve, Mount Mulanji, Monkey Bay and Lake Malawi, and amazing wildlife. The Dzaleka Refugee Camp with 7,000 people just trying to survive.

Malawi Africa - Part 1

February 6, 2018

A beautiful green country, thousands of acres of maize, tea, tobacco, macadamia nuts. 24 hour stay in a village eating, sleeping and dancing with these great people. This is the first time the village has done this.

Soldiers on the March

January 30, 2018

After a long trek and hearty meal of hardtack and salt pork they slept in a tent with twelve other soldiers. Water was sometimes strained through their sock causing various forms of intestinal distress (originally recorded 3/12/13).

The Cavalry

January 23, 2018

Life was rough for the cavalry, they faced Indians, bad weather, heat and lack of proper food. They took good care of their horses, carried their own gear and many hours in the saddle could cause "serious" discomfort (originally recorded 3/5/13).

Tahlequah Canyon Battle

January 16, 2018

Ned Christie, son of a Cherokee Chief, had money and education. He decided robbing banks, trains and stealing horses was a better vocation, until he met Heck Bruner.