Radisson Fossil Creek, 2540 Meacham Blvd., Fort Worth, Texas
Hotel Reservations: (817) 625-9911 - Ask for Wild West History Association Rates
oin us for the 10th Annual WWHA Roundup in Fort Worth as we celebrate the 150 anniversary of the Chisholm Trail, learn about the origin of the Texas Rangers, significant gunfights and gunfighters in Texas, and such infamous characters as John Wesley Hardin. Travel with us to the graves of Jim Miller, Luke Short, Jim Courtright and others at the Oakwood Cemetery, tour the Fort Worth Stockyards, and visit great museums such as the Amon Carter. It will be one "bang-up of a time" in Cow Town!
Radisson Fossil Creek, 2450 Meacham Blvd., Fort Worth, TexasHotel Reservations: (817) 625-9911 - Ask for Wild West History Association Rates
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Bill O'Neal - "Significant Gunfights in Texas"
Richard Selcer - "Law & Disorder - Texas Style"
Mike Cox - "A Brief History of the Texas Rangers"
Chuck Parsons - "An Overview of the Sutton-Taylor Feud"
Gary & Margaret Kraisinger - "Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the Chisholm Trail"
Jerry Lobdill - "Deacon Jim Miller's Bloody Legacy"
Harold Weiss - "Murder Cases and the Rise of the Texas Rangers as Detectives"
Donna Harrell - "The Marlow Brothers"
Norman Brown - "Wyoming Regulators Who Were Deputy Marshals in Texas"
Kurt House - "Ten Things About John Wesley Hardin That Are Not Commonly Known"
Chuck Hornung - "They Wore the Silver Star: The Texas Rangers and the New Mexico Mounted Police"
"Fake History: How to Determine Whether Facts and Artifacts Are Real" - John Boessenecker, Bob McCubbin, Kurt House
"Cattle Trails Across Texas" - Tom Weger, Sylvia Mahoney, Gary & Margaret Kraisinger
2nd Annual "Cowboy Poets and Storytellers Session." Interested participants contact email@example.com for information
Friday Bus Tour: Oakwood Cemetery to visit graves of Jim Miller, Jim Courtright and others. Costumed guides; gunfight reenactment. Tour of Fort Worth Stockyards. Visit to Amon Carter Museum and other museums in the Cultural District.