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... Oct. 3, 2009 at 10 p.m. in the Pioneer Room at the Adams Museum, 54 Sherman Street, Deadwood.   This spooky event is recommended for individuals high school age and older. The program is a part of ...
"Crossing the Plains with Custer" at the Adams Museum
... through the snowy wilderness with no food for 16 days. One of Arizona's greatest pioneers, Larcena lived to see Arizona's statehood and died in 1913. Pinkerton is president of the Arizona Historical Society's ...
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... for $10." The 1862 military fort and frontier town with 18 original and replica buildings features American Indian, pioneer and military artifacts. The Fort Museum will remain open until Mid - October, ...
...  Starting the celebration is the opening of a vast treasure house of California's history, a cornucopia of artifacts and pioneer memorabilia, much of it never before seen by the public. State Park's latest ...
7. Capitol Reef National Park Reopens Hickman Bridge Trail
(National & State Parks/Other NPs)
... on the earth) extending almost 100 miles. Capitol Reef's rich cultural history dates back to Archaic hunters and gatherers and more recently Mormon pioneers who settled the area in the 1800s. Winter ...
... "Rebels and Revolutionary Ideas," and others have included "Pioneers in the Heartland" and "Lewis & Clark and the New Frontier." The themed trips will continue for the Abecassis clan until they've ...
... to be on hand for the event include pioneers, mountain men and frontier soldiers. All will be dressed in traditional 19th century clothing and will answer questions and share tales about what it was like ...
... and offer tour guests living-history talks about some of those early pioneers. Members of the group research real people from Clarke County history, and present their stories in first person. The Ambassadors ...
The ghosts of Doc Holliday, outlaw Kid Curry, and a host of gunmen, gamblers, soiled doves and pioneer settlers will once again make a rare appearance this October 2012 at the Frontier Historical Society ...
... enjoys the thrills of riding a roller coaster will want to experience Gold Striker." The name of the ride was chosen to recognize the pioneering and adventurous spirit of the California gold-seekers who ...
... their daily lives, Indians pioneered salmon fishing techniques still in use today and how island farming practices began at American Camp. Contra dancing is scheduled for 7 p.m. each Monday, now through ...
... and the presentation of colors - a 20-star U.S. flag - by a color guard from the Sons of Utah Pioneers. Then at 12:20 p.m. visitors will experience a re-enactment of the driving of the last spike. On ...
... of the hardships and the pioneer life through which the early settlers passed in the settlement, cultivation and civilization of the Great West." The Homestead National Monument includes Daniel and Agnes ...
... year. Cutter, founder of the Balloon Fiesta, passed away on May 21, 2011 after a long battle with stomach cancer. Cutter was a veteran in the aviation industry being the son of aviation pioneers William ...
... in southwestern Utah is named after the Mormon Pioneer Ebenezer Bryce. It became a national park in 1928. Bryce is famous for its worldly unique geology, consisting of a series of horseshoe-shaped amphitheaters ...
... base terminal at Monarch Mountain's most popular chair. The new base terminal will allow Garfield to run more efficiently with fewer stops for skiers and riders getting on and off the lift. The Pioneer ...
... these risks when hiking. Current trail conditions can be obtained from the Bryce Canyon Visitor Center. Named after the Mormon Pioneer Ebenezer Bryce, Bryce Canyon became a national park in 1928. Bryce ...
... among heelers. In his first PRCA rodeo since undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery April 27, bareback rider Ryan Gray won the Clovis (N.M.) Pioneer Days Rodeo with a 90-point ride on Cervi Championship ...
The West's pioneer spirit will be celebrated June 5, 2010 when living history interpreters at Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve in Kansas demonstrate historic haying and raking methods using draft horses ...
... on the Going-to-the-Sun Road (Sun Road). An initial or pioneer cut has been completed to the Triple Arches area where the average snow depth is five to 10 feet between avalanche chutes, and 15 to 20 ...
... and its history, is to stop by the Visitor Centers. They include: Kolb Studio Once the home and business of the Kolb brothers, pioneering photographers at Grand Canyon, this building has been restored. ...
... displays that will appeal to all ages," Cactus League President Robert Brinton said. "It pays tribute to the pioneer days of the Cactus League while focusing on today's accomplishments." Museum guests ...
... the winter include Pioneer RV Park in Quincy, Calif. which is about 10 miles from a popular snowmobile area. In the greater Lake Tahoe and Truckee areas, campgrounds that stay open through winter include: ...
26. Latest News, Deals & Savings for Nov. 16
(Travel/Western Travel Buzz)
Hawaiian Airlines Celebrates 80 Years of Service for Hawaii Hawaiian Airlines, the pioneering carrier of the Pacific and one of the nation's longest-serving carriers, has celebrated its 80th anniversary ...
... no-hassle rate starts at just $178 per person per day. Once the land of pioneers and Apaches, there are still remnants of primitive Indian villages on ranch property and wild grapevines still flourish ...
28. Death Valley: An Almost Mystical Place of Legends and Stories
(Travel/OnTravel in the West / Paul Lasley)
... all across the West. In the pioneers' search for easier trails for their wagons and livestock, and shorter ways to the Promised Land that always lay farther west, some of the trains ...
... tribute to the generations of Hispanics who have positively influenced and enriched our nation and our society. The Grand Canyon has a rich history of Spaniards and Mexicans exploring, pioneering and ...
... Legacy of the Tetons, her account of homesteading in Jackson Hole, and about the pioneers who developed Mormon Row, now protected inside the park. "I have always loved the story of the Menor brothers, ...
31. Latest News, Deals & Savings for July 20
(Travel/Western Travel Buzz)
...  Taste of Downtown & Arte de Tiza: Sept. 19, music, food, art and the charming Paso Robles plaza. Pioneer Day & Parade: Oct. 10, right through downtown Paso Robles Professional Cutting Horse ...
One of the great rodeo celebrations in the West is Ogden Pioneer Days and July 2009 the Ogden, Utah festival celebrates its 75th anniversary of bringing great cowboy competition to rodeo fans who come ...
33. Latest News, Deals & Savings for June 29
(Travel/Western Travel Buzz)
... Day version of the renowned outdoor musical drama, "Texas!" that night. Park entry fees are waived. On Sunday, in the same Pioneer Amphitheater, music fans will be treated to a rare concert by Texan-born ...
... Trail North provide 16.4 miles of recreation opportunity in San Jose. Kansas Pioneer Nature Trail - This 1.3-mile trail at Council Grove Lake is managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Two trail ...
For a limited time only, Ogden, Utah's Ogden Pioneer Days 75th Anniversary is offering advanced general admission ticket sales to the weeklong PRCA sanctioned rodeo starting July 20, 2009, at a discounted ...
36. Silverado Resort’s Executive Chef Peter Pahk Keeps It Natural
(People & Lifestyle/People of the West)
Peter Pahk is one of the West's new breed of pioneers, trailblazing innovative ideas for sustainable food practices and encouraging the use of locally grown and organic ingredients as the foundation for ...
... race. KK: Tell me about your band and the music? Dusty: I am the only one who can do what we do. I am his son and can talk about his life. We do songs from The Sons of the Pioneers where Roy was a member. ...
38. Don’t Let The West Slip Through Your Fingers
(Travel/OnTravel in the West / Paul Lasley)
... My roots are in this soil." At the Herbert Hoover National Historic Site you will find an 81-acre sea of tall grasses and beautiful, wonderful native flowers. You will learn about the pioneers who traveled ...
39. Contributors
(About Us/Info)
...  Born and Raised in Southern California, Mike is an award-winning journalist and editor. He loves the West and the traditions of America's pioneer spirit. His father's roots go deep into Texas and Oklahoma, ...
40. Visit the Town of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
(Places to Visit/Historic Towns)
... County Cattle War, Fetterman Battlefield, Wagon Box Fight, Bomber Mountain, Bozeman Trail, Pioneer history, and the Native Americans that inhabited the area. The charming main street, complete with quaint ...
41. New Visitor Center Opens at Denali National Park
(National & State Parks/Other NPs)
... natural sciences. Named after Carl Ben Eielson, a pioneer Alaskan aviator, the new visitor center features large indoor and outdoor viewing areas, an indoor dining area, and space for indoor ranger presentations. ...
... Humanities Council, Silverado Franklin Historic Hotel & Gaming Complex, and the Black Hills Pioneer. For more information visit the museum's web site at www.AdamsMuseumAndHouse.org or call (605) 578-1928. ...
43. New Look
(News/Latest)
... and events. Now we are broadening OldWestNewWest.Com to give you information about travel and adventure opportunities in the West, ways for you to enjoy the West and how you can feel some of the pioneer ...
... the location of the Oregon, Mormon Pioneer, California, and Pony Express Historic Trails in Wyoming. BLM-administered public lands in Wyoming are one of the few remaining locations where these national ...
... North Platte River, between 1841 and 1869 more than 350,000 pioneers and emigrants (some historians say as many as half a million) used this natural landmark as a guidepost along the Oregon, California ...
... Territory, everything from artifacts to love letters, and even Potato Creek Johnny's gold nugget. Built in 1930 by Deadwood pioneer businessman W.E. Adams (1854-1934) as a memorial to his deceased first ...
47. Grand Canyon Marks 100th Anniversary as National Monument
(National & State Parks/Grand Canyon)
... Grand Canyon Village. Then Ranger Ron Brown portrayed John Hance, an early Grand Canyon pioneer and teller of tall tales. In addition, park staff provided a birthday cake at the Visitor Center at Canyon ...
... the 21st century, some say all of that history is no longer relevant, that interest in the Wild West is fading, and that stories of settlers, gunfighters and pioneers are no longer appealing. No way, ...
... and Charles M. Russell (1864-1926), men who lived during the time of the West, provided the nation with images of gunfights, cattle stampedes and westward-moving pioneers that remain benchmarks for how ...
50. Wandering Along a Trail of Western History
(National & State Parks/Wyoming)
... traveled with that has spend a day or so at Fort Bridger, a place that the majority of the pioneers who went West visited.” Moulton has authored “Legacy of the Tetons,” a book about the emigrant movement ...
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