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In Memoriam: Robert G. "Bob" McCubbin
WWHA is deeply saddened by the April 9 passing of our dear friend and founding WWHA president, Bob McCubbin. He will be missed by Wild West History lovers everywhere. In Memoriam...
Book Review: Ann Bassett: Colorado’s Cattle Queen
Mark Boardman reviews Ann Bassett: Colorado’s Cattle Queen, the latest offering from WWHA member Linda Wommack. Read the review on our Books & Reviews page.
WWHA 2019 Award Winners
"And the award goes to ... " See who achieved high honors from the WWHA for their contributions to Wild West history in 2019. Category winners are here!
Curl Up With the West
When you're longing to learn, nothing beats our new Books & Reviews page. Discover the best in biographies, events, places and everything else the West has to offer, many written by and each reviewed by fellow WWHA members!
WWHA Journal Articles to Read and Download Now
Step away from legends and learn what really happened in the Old West. Our Journal & Resource page has fascinating articles that you can read and download free from several WWHA Journal issues. (Better yet, become a member and receive full editions of the Journal mailed to you four times a year. Sign up today!)
WWHA Journal Back Issues
Misplace a copy of your Journal? Want extra copies for friends? Need a Journal from before you joined the WWHA? We have several back issues available! See our Back Issues page for details.
To the membership of WWHA:
The WWHA Board of Directors and the Fort Smith Roundup committee regret to announce the cancellation of this year's summer meeting. We have moved cautiously in making this determination. Consideration was given to a postponement but that entailed problems with rescheduling the speakers and programs, renegotiating our hotel and bus tour contracts; then there remains the possibility that a rescheduled date this fall would again need to be rescheduled. More...
The Wild West History Association is dedicated to providing publications and forums for the enlightenment and enjoyment of its members, facilitating and encouraging research, study, writing, presentation, and preservation of the history and lore of the people, events, and places that made the American West "wild" in the last half of the nineteenth century.... the lawmen, outlaws, gunfighters, rustlers, vigilantes, feuds, shady ladies, saloons, cowtowns, and mining camps.... along with recognizing and honoring those individuals and institutions that make significant contributions to the knowledge and preservation of Wild West history and lore.
See the winners of the best of the West for 2019. Best Book, Best Articles, Lifetime Achievement and more -- they're all here!
AWARDS NOMINATIONS REQUESTED: DEADLINE – April 15, 2020. We are pleased to announce the 2020 WWHA Awards Program. These awards are intended to recognize and honor those who have contributed the most to research, writing and service to the history of the Wild West. Download details and mailing instructions today. Remember, nominations are due by April 15, 2020. Winners will be announced and awards presented at the WWHA Roundup in July. Come and celebrate with us!
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Tribute Issue to the Memory of Robert G. "Bob" McCubbin,
Founding President of the Wild West History Association
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We are proud to announce the addition of select WWHA Journal articles to our web site. New members can read works that appeared prior to joining, whereas non-members will find ample incentive to become part of the WWHA. Jump over to our Journal & Resource section now.
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