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Pioneering Women: True Tales of the Wild West

by Jeff Savage

"A six shooter makes all men and women equal." Agnes Morley not only coined this phrase, but also backed it up by carrying a gun. While many women in the Wild West did not carry a gun, Morley's quote represented...


Fabulous Fashions of the 1920s

by Felicia Lowenstein Niven

In the 1920s, women shed the long, restrictive garments of the decade before and embraced more boyish looks. They bobbed their hair and wore short, loose dresses and crazy patterned stockings. Prohibition may...


Fabulous Fashions of the 1930s

by Felicia Lowenstein Niven

In the 1930s, the boyish flapper fashion of the 1920s gave way to womanly curves. The clothes were soft and feminine. Women grew their hair out and styled it into finger waves and pin curls. Sweetheart necklines...


Fabulous Fashions of the 1980s

by Felicia Lowenstein Niven

In the 1980s, BIG hair was the trend for both women and men! Yuppies climbed the corporate ladder in shoulder-padded power suits while punk rockers shocked mainstream audiences by wearing ripped clothing, multiple...


Fabulous Fashions of the 1940s

by Felicia Lowenstein Niven

In the 1940s, World War II affected just about every aspect of life, including the fashion. While the men were off fighting, women had to take over their factory jobs. Liberty cuts and victory rolls kept hair...


American Cowboys: True Tales of the Wild West

by Jeff Savage

James McCauley stood watch over his herd of cattle in the midnight darkness. Storm clouds plastered the sky. Suddenly, a clap of thunder stirred the cattle. Frightened by the loud sound, the cattle were off...


Fabulous Fashions of the 1970s

by Felicia Lowenstein Niven

In the 1970s, if you had curly hair, you could sport an Afro. If you had straight hair, you could wear Dorothy Hamill's wedge cut or Farrah Fawcett's feathery flip. Both men and women disco-danced in bell-bottoms...


Quick-Draw Gunfighters: True Tales of the Wild West

by Jeff Savage

Jesse James. Billy the Kid. Butch Cassidy. When these bold men walked into town with six-shooters in their holsters, most people fled quickly. That is, except for the lawmen willing to take them on. Although...


Fabulous Fashions of the 1950s

by Felicia Lowenstein Niven

In the 1950s, women showcased their hourglass figures with cinched waists and full skirts. Their hair looked elegant and stylish in poodle cuts and bouffants. Men sported gray flannel suits and pompadours or...


Daring Pony Express Riders: True Tales of the Wild West

by Jeff Savage

Pony Bob had traveled more than a hundred miles. Exhausted, he still kept moving. As a Pony Express rider, he had mail to deliver. Suddenly, he heard yelling. A group of Paiute warriors were chasing him! Bullets...


Walking on the Moon: The Amazing APOLLO 11 Mission

by Carl R. Green

On July 20, 1969, the world watched on televisions or listened on radios as Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took the first-ever steps on the Moon. Once considered an impossible dream, the United States created...


Space Shuttle Disaster: The Tragic Mission of the CHALLENGER

by Henry M. Holden

On the frigid morning of January 28, 1986, the space shuttle CHALLENGER rumbled off the launchpad at Cape Canaveral, Florida. Brilliant orange flames and clouds of smoke billowed out of the external fuel tank,...


Surviving the Oregon Trail: Stories in American History

by Rebecca Stefoff

In the nineteenth century, over half a million men, women and children traveled west on the Oregon Trail. Stretching two thousand miles from Independence Missouri, to the Pacific Northwest, the Oregon Trail...


Buffalo Bill Cody: Courageous Wild West Showman

by William R. Sanford & Carl R. Green

Buffalo Bill rode his speedy horse toward a herd of buffalo. With careful aim, Bill dropped a buffalo with one shot. Before the day ended, he bagged ten more. In less than eighteen months, he had killed thousands....


Davy Crockett: Courageous Hero of the Alamo

by William R. Sanford & Carl R. Green

Hopelessly outnumbered, Davy Crockett and the defenders of the Alamo rallied around the battle cry, "Victory or Death!" The courageous Texans chose to defend the fort in San Antonio against more than two thousand...


Brigham Young: Courageous Mormon Leader

by William R. Sanford & Carl R. Green

Angry mobs had forced Brigham Young and his fellow Mormons out of Ohio, Missouri, and Illinois. As leader of the Mormon Church, Young needed a safe place for his followers to live and worship freely. So with...


Richard King: Courageous Texas Cattleman

by William R. Sanford & Carl R. Green

In the broiling heat of Texas, Richard King built an empire. Before he arrived in Texas, cattle ranching barely existed in the United States. Although it was a hostile land of sand and brush, King saw an opportunity...


Sam Houston: Courageous Texas Hero

by William R. Sanford & Carl R. Green

Crushing losses at the Alamo and Goliad sent the Texans reeling. With the stronger Mexican army poised for victory, General Sam Houston commanded all that remained of the Texas army fighting for its independence....


Sacagawea: Courageous American Indian Guide

by William R. Sanford & Carl R. Green

In May 1805, as the Lewis and Clark expedition paddled up the Missouri River, a howling gust of wind tipped over one of the canoes. The men paddled to shore, leaving behind precious supplies. Instantly, Sacagawea...


Bill Pickett: Courageous African-American Cowboy

by William R. Sanford & Carl R. Green

Bill Pickett urged his horse forward chasing after the speedy steer. Like an acrobat, Pickett jumped onto the steer's back, grabbing it by the horns. In the same motion, he twisted the steer's neck up and bit...