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Hour-long Radio Show on CD - April 23-29, 2012

Billy the Kid
Billy the Kid

Dakota gives Jim MacGregor a phone call
to talk to him about the Five Days War. 
This is the last big battle in the Lincoln County War involving Billy the Kid.

This week we feature the cowboy song: 
“Charming Billy” by Frank Fara.

Frank Fara
Frank Fara

There were a lot of wild Old West towns,
many of whom didn’t get the notoriety
of Dodge City and Tombstone. 
One of those towns was Tascosa, Texas. 
Dakota and Bill O’Neal talk about this wild town.

Tascosa, Texas. 1908. Some LS cowhands line up at the bar in old Tascosa
Tascosa, Texas. 1908.
Some LS cowhands line up at the bar in old Tascosa.

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