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The Nooseletter
Vol. 4 - No.08 August, 2022 Nooseletter Home SUBMIT AN ARTICLE
Hey all you cowboys and cowgirls. July was a good month for me. I celebrated my 60th birthday and had a wonderful surprise party, with many of my close friends in attendance. Hence the word "surprise," I did not see it coming.

We have an awesome "Featured Video" this month. John Rich from "Big and Rich" has his new song out. It is very cool. We also have a collection of pictures and videos all about Randal Massaro and his Animal Rights Activism.

To all those that are interested, you can still visit the Johnny Crawford exhibit until September 25th.
Click here to see the official flyer. Click here to get directions.

~Charles P. Scott
Randal Massaro
~Charles Scott
We all know Randal Massaro from the Reel Cowboy meetings and the Animal Rights Activism. I put together a collection of videos and images of Randal as well as a small bio. This is very important for all of you to know who he is, what motivates him, and what he is doing.
Pauleen Cushman
~Dakota Livesay
The Old West could grind people down. And when it came to grinding, tragically, there was no one who was ground down more than a beautiful woman named Pauline Cushman...
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Gun Restrictions in the Old West
~Pierre M. Atlas
In the wake of the Buffalo and Uvalde mass shootings, 70% of Republicans said it is more important to protect gun rights than to control gun violence, while 92% of Democrats and 54% of independents expressed the opposite view. Just weeks after those mass shootings, Republicans and gun rights advocates hailed the Supreme Court ruling that invalidated New York state’s gun permit law and declared that the Second Amendment guarantees a right to carry a handgun outside...
Slinging Lead
~Jana Bommersbach
History tried to erase the courageous Arizona journalist, but her remarkable life and work as a publisher is a testament to her courage and her undefeatable spirit. This isn’t a story about a woman history ignored or forgot nor diminished. That wouldn’t be news. This is a story about a woman history tried to erase. Her enemies wanted to be sure she was buried—without a gravestone. And they almost got away with it. I stumbled on Laura Nihell while visiting friends in Jerome, Arizona, on March 28...
Prairie Madness?
~James Gaines
A new study suggests the soundscape could have affected the mental health of 19th-century settlers. In the 1800s, as American settlers pushed westward into the Great Plains, stories began to emerge of formerly stable people becoming depressed, anxious, irritable, and even violent with “prairie madness.” And there is some evidence in historical accounts or surveys, which...
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The Old West - Then and Now
~Ailbhe MacMahn
Saddle up for a trip through time to the Gold Rush cities, wagon train trails and cow towns of America’s Old West in this fascinating photo book. The Old West Then and Now by Vaughan Grylls, published by Pavilion, pairs vintage photographs of the American frontier – spanning from 1865 to 1907 - with contemporary pictures of the same scene. Among the highlights in the...
9 Black Heroes of the Wild West
~Kaleena Fraga
From the gunslinging postwoman of Montana to the deputy marshal who patrolled the Plains, discover the seldom-taught stories of these icons of the American frontier. Many stories about the Wild West depict it as a white place. Hollywood Westerns feature white lawmen, white outlaws, white cowboys, and white women. But the true Wild West was a place of rich diversity...
Fairbank Train Robbery Fiasco
~Old West Remembered
The railroad arrived in what was to become Fairbank in 1881. It was the closest rail station to the bustling boom town of Tombstone; this was one of the largest cities in the West at that time. The train station was the scene of a sensational attempted train robbery on February 15th, 1900, purportedly by five outlaws led by Three-Finger Jack Dunlap and Bravo Juan Yoas, all thought to be...
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"Progress" Music Video
by John Rich
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