Welcome to the Old West History

Experience the wild and wooly past of the Old Wild West, its history, folklore, cultural expression including legends of the cowboys and pioneer women of the frontier as well as the various historical events that took place in the American West.

Look for information on captivating movies that brought to life some of the forgotten traditions of the Old West along with its jaggedness and outlaws. Americans are especially thrilled by the Old West for its gunfights, cowboys, gambling, and stagecoach robberies. Regardless of your perception of the American West, you will find great articles plus links to other great facts about the Wild West.

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    If you want to visit Arizona, the Grand Canyon State, then be sure to view website and drop by the authentic old west town of Tombstone. It is a historic city in Cochise County, founded in 1877 by Ed Schieffelin. An old mining town, Tombstone offers a peek into the wild west with images of gunfights, dusty streets, poker, whiskey, and cowboys. Fans of old western movies and cowboys at heart would surely love a visit to this town.
    Tombstone is the home of the Birdcage Theatre, Boothill Graveyard, and the O.K Corral. The town grew from what started as a silver mining claim in the late 1870s. Dance halls, opera, theater…

About The Old West History Net

The Old West History Net is a historical course that attracts a wide range of visitors including students, history enthusiasts, travelers, and wild west admirers.