Wild West Gazette
is designed as a ready reference for interested people to find
several categories of material. Frustration of trying to find
events from a source, or even a few, is difficult at least. We
try to be diligent in providing the most accurate and timely
information concerning events; museums; and western style events
occurring in the west.
Gazette matures we are adding "Press Releases"
concerning activities in the western states. Our interest is
specific in promoting "western events" and other
"family events" in the same general local.
The history portion of this paper is designed to entertain
and educate anyone interested in the people and places of the
"Territorial era" following the Civil War. The general area
of study is from Mexico to Canada; and the Mississippi River to
the Pacific Ocean. These regions were known as The Dakota
Territories, Nebraska Territory, and most important the Arizona
Territory; which is the main focus of this paper.
We are striving to have an interesting, fun, and accurate
paper, designed around history and events in the theme of the
Old West. Our goal is the take history (Old
West); bring the historical facts, along with the
fiction of the era, into today’s era. We are including current
information (Museums and current living history stories)
West in each edition. The process of educating
the novice and aficionado alike is intended to renew an interest
in the lives and legends of the past making
Sponsorship of the Spirit of the Old West Alive program
will bring us in depth first hand interviews with people who
have kept the spirit of the old west alive for all of us to
enjoy. Be sure to visit their website to be a part of LeeAnn
Sharpe's live interview series at the Bison Western Museum.
If you have, or know someone who has, frontier ties,
please contact our editor or myself and we will include your
story in future issues of
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