I was going to ask this by PM, but I thought perhaps I would get more responses this way.(I use the first names of my kin just to keep them sorted out)My great-great grandfather William, was killed…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Tony Fazzini Apr 30.
We were not allowed to take pictures inside, but here are a few pictures from the outside; The Museum …Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Dave McGowan Apr 14, 2012.
We drove up to Miles City yesterday, expecting to find a true old west town. What a let down. The dying downtown had very little to offer. There were, like many small towns, a lot of empty buildings. What few stores were there were closed, being Sunday, including Miles City Saddlery, which I really wanted to see. About the only businesses open were the bars.
The museum was closed also, but that may be because it was Sunday or maybe that it is only open in the summer…Continue
Posted on March 4, 2013 at 9:04am — 17 Comments
I haven't heard much about this but it sounds like it may be a good film. One inspiration for the film is the original 1966 spaghetti western Django.
Django (Jamie Foxx) is a slave living in the Deep South after having been separated from his wife Broomhilda (Kerry Washington). When Django is held for a slave auction, Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz), a German bounty hunter who uses his former profession as a…Continue
Posted on December 15, 2012 at 7:41am — 10 Comments
I think this is relevant as it greatly affected our western migration and the survival of early Americans, both red and white.
Today marks the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812, a war all but forgotten in American history books. But what did that war mean for this country’s Indigenous Peoples?
The War of 1812 formally began on June 18, 1812 when President James Madison signed the Declaration of War against the United Kingdom. The war was fought for a number of…Continue
Posted on June 18, 2012 at 6:46am — 11 Comments