Cool online documentary! - Bares, Broncs and Bulls in the Navajo Nation is a short documentary film about Navajo cowboys from the Triple B Association - a bronc and bull riding league catering to the Indian youth community of the American ...
Written by Dr. Richard W. Slatta, PhD - It has been the desire of those involved in the National Cowboy Symposium & Celebration for the last twenty-one years that some type of historic record be documented of all the varied elements of this ...
This time of year is especially enjoyable as two inductions are held in less than a week of one another, and I attend both. It is such an honor for the inductees, and often say induction is the highlight of their life.
The Board of Directors of the Rodeo Historical Society announces inductees into the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum Rodeo Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City. Recipients of the Tad Lucas and Ben Johnson Memorial Awards also will be honored. ...
Preserves an ancient Hohokam farming community and "Great House." Created as the nation’s first archeological reserve in 1892, the site was declared a National Monument in 1918 “in order that better provision may be made for the protection, preservation and care of the ruins and the ancient buildings and other objects of prehistoric interest thereon.”
On February 5, 2007, the Cattle Raisers Museum closed its current facility to make plans for a reopening within the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History’s new building, scheduled to open late 2009.
The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum is operated by the non-profit, educational Country Music Foundation® (CMF). The mission of the CMF is to identify and preserve the evolving history and traditions of country music and to educate its audiences.
Amidst the fog, the sound of beating hooves begins to grow…
the crowd watches in amazement and the excitement spreads throughout the grand arena…suddenly, as if by magic, a herd of wild buffalo appears. Branson, MO - Orlando, FL - Pigeon Forge, TN - Myrtle Beach, SC
Ghost Town today! Walk down Main Street, explore the many shops and historic buildings. Tour the historic Mammoth Gold Mine and visit the Goldfield Museum. Pan for gold then take a ride on Arizona's only narrow gauge train.
The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is the only museum in the world dedicated to honoring women of the American West who have displayed extraordinary courage and pioneer spirit in their trail blazing efforts.
Colorado - Site features information on upcoming events, a history of the American Cowboy, Associate Membership and Hall of Fame Society Membership information, rental information on the Hall of Fame and Pavilion areas, and general information for tourists wishing to visit the facilty.
Rawhide has a chuck wagon full of fun in store for you -- gunfights, stunt shows, shootin' gallery, gold panning, stagecoach rides, desert train, camel rides, pettin' ranch, burro rides, live country music, Sundown Cookouts, a real blacksmith, and much more.
THE GREAT AMERICAN WEST tells the story of the Settlement of the United States' western frontier. Using the stories and words (from diaries and letters) of real life people, this film shows not only the astonishingly beautiful territory, but also the true and often heart-wrenching stories of those who risked everything to explore and settle it.
This film chronicles the major events that contributed to the settlement of the western frontier beginning with the Louisiana purchase and ending in 1890 when the U.S. Census Bureau declared that there was no more frontier; it had been settled.