William Shirley Williams was born in August of 1787 in North Carolina to a devout Christian family of farmers. When he was six years of age, the family moved west to the new frontier in Missouri area. His education came from his mother in reading the Bible and learnin his sums. When a teenag... keep on reading!
Here is the description of a visit to the hideout of an outlaw who was never captured or brought to trial but is accused of murder, robbery and other crimes in an area of the Nevada/Arizona border country as late at 1940.I have visited Queho’s cave in the isolated, desolate arid county of the L... keep on reading!
There was a mysterious Paiute Indian called Mouse by the white settlers in the Mojave desert of present day Nevada.An Indian outlaw from Arizona Territory, Mouse could hide out in the isolated, desolate reaches of the Mojave Desert with the only close white settlement at St. Thomas along the Colo... keep on reading!
Some of the background on 2 survivors of the fight on the Greasy Grass or Little Bighorn River in Montana Territory. Most folks seem to think that there were no survivors for this battle but there were at least 350 and more.The misconception to many folks is that there were no survivors from the... keep on reading!
Not many people realized the importance of a battle that took place in Montana Territory on Rosebud Creek on June 17th Instant, 1875 just a couple ridges from the more famous or infamous Battle of Little Bighorn. General Crook and many of the Lakota and Cheyenne warriors who fought General Custer on… keep on reading!