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75 Significant Books, Part Three

 As the largest and most diversified press between Chicago and California, the University of Nebraska Press is best known for publishing works in Native studies, history, sports, anthropology, geography, American studies, and creative works. 579 more words

And the New National Animal is . . . the Bison

by Robert Deen

Buffalo Bill would be proud. The American Bison – aka buffalo – long a symbol of the American West, has been named the “National Mammal” of the United States. 390 more words


NPM #28 - [Buffalo Bill 's]

Buffalo Bill ’s


               who used to

               ride a watersmooth-silver


and break onetwothreefourfive pigeonsjustlikethat


he was a handsome man

                                                  and what i want to know is… 13 more words



Union Station in Denver (2016), by Rhonda Beck, is a new book that explores the history of that iconic train station in Colorado’s capital. Released by Arcadia Publishing & History Press, the 160-page book surveys the stories of those that arrived in, departed from, and travelled thru a station stop that first opened June 1, 1881. 178 more words


Western Kansas with Zeb, Soapy Smith and JB Duck

Ducks, let’s get in the car.   Those are some of our favorite words.  Driving east on I-70 from Denver, we passed Limon and Burlington and entered Kansas. 485 more words

April 3rd Pony Express Opened for Business

On April 3rd, 1860, the Pony Express opened for business delivering mail from St. Joseph, Missouri to Sacramento, California.  William H. Russell, William Bradford Waddell and Alexander Majors added a governmental contract to their freight and Drayage business to deliver mail in 10 days or less, 1,800 miles in all.  302 more words

Unboxing The Bizarre

Jews Coordinate Terror Campaign Against North Carolina Over 'Anti-LGBT Law'

by Eric Striker

There is an astonishing coalition of Jews, underworld sex deviants, and capitalists who have coalesced to bring the hammer down on the economy and reputation of North Carolina.  769 more words

Cultural Marxism