Last night, Wyoming war hero Jerry Miles was awarded the Republic of Korea Ambassador for Peace Medal. I was lucky enough to join Jerry and a few family members for that celebratory beer and this is what I learned.
Barney Launcelot Ford was born into slavery in the 1820s. From his humble roots on a Viriginia farm, the illegitmate son of a white plantation owner and black woman eventually became one of the wealthiest men in the west and a prominent pioneer for civil rights...
This year marks the 120th anniversary of the "Daddy of 'Em All", Cheyenne Frontier Days. But did you know, Cheyenne Frontier Days would have never happened were it not for the town of Greeley, Colorado...
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