Category Archives: Western History

Fort Union National Monument, New Mexico

Fort Union sits in ruins on the plains of eastern New Mexico and has a story to tell. The adobe ruins that are visible from quite a distance are the third iteration of Fort Union. Located strategically on the Santa … Continue reading

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Nicodemus National Historic Site

I recently visited Nicodemus which is a small town on the northwestern Kansas prairie. It’s off the beaten path on Highway 24, several miles north of I-70 without direct access from the interstate. The Nicodemus National Historic Site represents the … Continue reading

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Travelogue – Montana and into Alberta, Canada

To those people who live in and love Montana, I must apologize for the following statement. Northern Montana is very long east to west and very monotonous. Coming from Nebraska, I can relate to the umbrage that might be taken … Continue reading

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