Making a cowboy out of clay
Renowned sculptor Phillipe Faraut offers a quick video demontration on creating The American Cowboy.

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Brazelton! Stalwart bad-man of Arizona Territory
Some said he was “big and tough, boasted he was not afraid to die, carried a Spencer carbine and a pistol twenty-four hours a day, and was a hard man to say no to.” Others said he was a “gentleman bandit,” who seldom ever bothered a stagecoach passenger, was considerate of his victims, and even made it a point to place a stolen Wells, Fargo express box beside the trail so the next stage could return it to the company office.

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Fresh light on Geronimo’s final surrender
The following narratives were written by witnesses of Geronimo’s final surrender at Skeleton Canyon, Arizona Territory on September 4, 1886. The validity of written and/or oral accounts from witnesses to major historical events will always be called into question, however, the value lies in the fact that these narratives have typically escaped publication in the major works of the Geronimo Campaign.

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Rodeo time in Sonita
Memories from the 99th Annual Sonoita Labor Day Rodeo, known as the "Best Little Rodeo In Arizona."

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Geronimo surrender anniversary today
On this day (Sept. 4) 128 years ago, Geronimo officially surrendered to General Nelson Miles.

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