Sacagawea’s Son

  Sacagawea’s Son by Marion Tinling Do you remember Sacagawea from the Lewis and Clark expedition? She is the brave, very young woman who guided the Corps of Discovery through the wilderness of North America. In portraits of Sacagawea there is usually a small baby riding on her back. This baby, Jean Baptiste Charbonneau, was […]

Wilbur’s Christmas Gift

North Dakota rancher and cowboy poet Rodney Nelson has crafted a story/poem about an amiable old cowboy who wants to give a Christmas gift to his little friends at the rural school, but can’t quite come up with a practical idea. When inspiration finally hits, Wilbur begins to fear that his gift will be too […]

“The Black Hills Yesterday & Today” authored by Paul Horsted

Everything old is new again in Horsted’s book. Over the course of four years Mr. Horsted searched through photographs from 50 collections around the Black Hills region, choosing pictures taken between 1874 and 1935, of scenes and events in the Black Hills area. He then traveled to those locations to photograph the exact same site […]