Chronicle Of The Old West

Newspaper Subscriptions
United States
Outside the U.S.
Web E-Subscriptions
Cowboy Fast Draw Special
Radio Listeners Special
Single Action Shooters Special
This Week in the Old West Subscriber Special

E-Subscriptions
Newspaper

Old West Books
Ben Traywick Books

Old West CD's
Gunfights of the Old West
Women of the Old West
Tombstone, Arizona Territory

Western Coffee
Arbuckles' Ariosa

Monthly Radio Shows-CD
2016 Daily Radio Shows on CD
2017 Daily Radio Shows on CD

Back to our Website

The February 2016 line-up:

Elizabeth Custer
Elizabeth Custer

GODDARD STATION KILLING – After killing two people in Phoenix, Arizona, two Mexicans escape to Mexico. It will intrigue you how they were captured.

TREATY OF GUADALUPE – Following the war with Mexico the United States paid Mexico 15 million dollars, and in return they got California, New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, Arizona and Colorado.

GORDON W. LILLIE – Although not as well known, Lillie was a more successful showman than Buffalo Bill Cody.

DALTON’S FIRST TRAIN ROBBERY – The first train robbery committed by the Dalton Brothers was such a fiasco that they should have known not to continue as outlaws.

CONSTABLE ALEXANDER – In the Old West a man was not to hurt a woman. But what’s a lawman to do when a woman confronts him with a rifle while carrying out his job?

JOHN S. FORD – Texas Ranger, Ford, was involved in the first incident where we used a landing craft to deliver men into a foreign country.

ELIZABETH CUSTER – Quite possibly the wisest move George Armstrong Custer ever made was to marry Elizabeth Bacon.

LEE HALL – Hall was a Texas Ranger who seemed not to be afraid of anything. Could it have been the result of training he received from his previous occupation…a school teacher?

NAT LOVE – Born a slave, Nat Love became one of the most famous cowboys and rodeo performers of his time.

DONRAVEN – Donraven is just one more man whose life was changed by his visit to Yellowstone.

KANSAS COUNTIES – Following the Civil War the government wanted to settle Kansas, so they set up a system for establishing new counties. Con artists loved it.

THE SOLID MULDOON – Even the 1800’s had their rock stars. And like many rock stars this one lasted only about a year before he faded into obscurity.

ARIZONA RANGERS – Although they aren’t as well known as the Texas Rangers, the Arizona Rangers were even more important to the future of their state.

SEQUOHAH – Although not formally educated, Sequohah was able to create a written language for the Cherokee people.

HASSAYAMPA TREASURE – Following the failure of a dam in which over 100 people were killed, it was discovered that thousands of dollars worth of gold coins were deposited in the Hassayampa River.

CYNTHIA ANN PARKER – Kidnapped as a child by the Comanche, she was later re-kidnapped by Texas Rangers. Neither kidnapping was to her liking.

EDWARD HARRIMAN – Taking over bankrupt and railroads in disrepair, Harriman created such a large empire that the government broke it up under antitrust regulations.

LUKE SHORT – Were it not for a self-defense killing in early 1881, Luke Short would probably have been at the O.K. Corral shootout next to Wyatt Earp.

THE MYSTERIOUS KID – Although he was acquitted for killing a Deputy Sheriff, The Mysterious Kid mysteriously continued his outlaw life until it was ended with a lynching.

LAST INDIAN BATTLE – In 1911 a small group of Shoshone Indians went on a rampage. Their escapades led to the last Indian battle.

PAT GARRETT – After killing Billy the Kid, Garret’s life turned for the worse, even to the point of its end.

$8.95 - includes shipping and handling

Remarks/Special Instructions