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Yakima Canutt was born and raised on a ranch in Washington State
Tom Mix was the first and, for many years, the greatest cowboy hero to grace the screen.
A legendary western novel has a connection to Canada
For the past 150 years, the North American cowboy has captured the imagination of the world.
George Simpson was determined to make his fur trade forts west of the Rocky Mountains more self-sufficient
Ken Mather recounts the story of cattle arriving in the Pacific Northwest for the first time
Ken Mather touches on the changing attitudes about marriages between ranchers and indigenous women
A list of the ranchers who lived with native women reads like a “Who’s Who” of the early ranching community.
RANCH TALES: Maria Brent was a passionate advocate of the mixed-race children of the early Okanagan ranchers and their native wives
RANCH TALES: story told from Swalwell daughter on what life was like
Native wives were an important part of the ranching community in the Okanagan
Of the early ranchers in the 1860s and 1870s, a significant majority of them had native wives.
The Harper brothers, Jerome and Thaddeus, began driving cattle into the colony of B.C. in 1860
Andrew Stobie was born at Duns in Berwickshire, Scotland, Oct. 3, 1866, and came to Canada at the age of 21
Harry Marriott took the train north to Ashcroft, intending to find work on a ranch in the Cariboo-Chilcotin
Ken Mather tells the story of Alfred Goodwin and J.B. Greaves
J.B. Greaves intended to control the cattle market in B.C.
Joseph Blackbourne Greaves was born in Pudsey, England and came to B.C. in 1864.
Ken Mather recounts the story of a young man trying to make it in the Okanagan
Ken Mather recounts the tale of the mud pup who became a Cariboo rancher