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May 23-29, 2016
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Chris Enss talks to Dakota about women who came out west
to marry men they have never met.

Object Matrimony
Object Matrimony


In the second half of the show Justin Lenhart
tells us about the settling of the Oklahoma Territory.

Oklahoma Land Rush
Oklahoma Land Rush


Our music this week is "I Can't Complain" by Juni Fisher.

Juni Fisher
Juni Fisher

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May 16-22, 2016
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Western Writer’s Association member Bill Markley talks to us
about the Old West and some of the books he’s written.

Bill Markley
Bill Markley


In the second half of the show Bill O’Neal makes the case
for Texas being the Old West gunfight capital.

Bill O’Neal
Bill O’Neal

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May 9-15, 2016
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Lee Anderson and Dakota talk about the Old West
and how things have changed over the years.

Lee Anderson
Lee Anderson


In the second half of the show Jim MacGregor tells us about the death
of Albert Fountain and his son, and who he thinks killed them.

Albert Fountain
Albert Fountain


We feature the song "Red Velvet Slippers" by Juni Fisher.

Juni Fisher
Juni Fisher

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May 2-8, 2016
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Dakota and Don Mays, the proprietor of the Possible Shop,
talk about black powder firearms.

muzzleloader


In the second half of the show Jim MacGregor
tells us about one of the most vicious families of the Old West…The Benders.

The Benders


We feature the song "El Paso" by Marty Robbins.

Marty Robbins
Marty Robbins

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April 25-May 1, 2016
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Dakota talks to David Grasse about lawman Perry Owens
and one of the most dramatic shootouts of the Old West.

Perry Owens
Perry Owens


In the second half of the show James McLaird demythologizes Calamity Jane.

Calamity Jane
Calamity Jane


We feature the songs "Hollbrook Shootout" by Due West Trio and also
"Me & Martha" by Junie Fisher.

Due West Trio
Due West Trio

Junie Fisher
Junie Fisher

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April 18-24, 2016
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Dakota opens the show with the story
of the great western song "Riding Down The Canyon."

Ridin' Down The Canyon


Bill O’Neal and Dakota talk about the early 20th century Wild West shows.

Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show


In the second half of the show Jim MacGregor
tells us about early New Mexico governor Charles Bent.

Charles Bent
Charles Bent

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April 11-17, 2016
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In the first part of the show Jim MacGregor tells us
about the changes in the military following the Civil War.

Frontier Military


Later Dakota talks to Linda Peavy and Ursula Smith
tell us about what it was like to be a woman on the frontier.

Frontier Women

Frontier Women

Frontier Women


We feature the song "Wheels" by Dave Stamey.

Dave Stamey
Dave Stamey

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