Ranching traditions in central Arizona run deep—and the ubiquitous chuckwagon almost always played a part (and still does).
Category: Days Past
During the heyday of trail drives and roundups, millions of cattle were driven thousands of miles, with “Cookie” and his chuckwagon following along.
Besides cowboys, there is probably no more quintessential symbol of the Old West than the chuckwagon. How did they come to be?
In March of 1928, Sharlot moved into a shabby, dirty old building. How would she go about restoring it?
In addition to using the press to praise his own achievements, Gosper further enhanced his public profile with a controversial proclamation during Frémont’s absence…
Despite considerable effort, John Jay Gosper was only thwarted in his campaign to become Arizona Territorial Governor.