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Ai Machonnee By Will Welton
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Joe Helms received a grant while at the University of Maryland. He was on a quest to find lost treasures and artifacts of the Spanish explorers who came up from Mexico to travel through what is Now... More > Texas, Oklahoma, and into Colorado. In the 1890’s Joe Helms set out on his quest and found more than he bargained for. The University sent Joe a letter telling him that he no longer held a grant or was employed by them. It was not long afterward that Joe made the biggest discovery of his life and became a rich man. Even though he had every thing that he had ever wanted he was still haunted by not finding out more about the old Spanish Settlement at Devils Canyon.< Less
Trail Drive By Will Welton
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By the end of the Civil War jobs were a thing of luxury if you had one which paid money. The men returning from the war found their lives disrupted, families starving or dead. Then someone decided to... More > drive cattle north to Kansas City or Sedalia Missouri. There was where the markets were for a country which had a need for beef. This is the story of one man who took an old Osage Indian for his word of “All ways help others and they will help you." Teaming up, with a man he found walking and looking for a job, they put together a herd of longhorns and headed north to market. Over the next years they had formed the WH ranch and in doing so had ended up with nineteen orphans from around the area. At times he did not know if he was in the cattle business or raising children. However along the way everyone on the ranch became a big family and the ranch grew through hardships and good times along the way.< Less
Appaloosa Run By Will Welton
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Don Ulma had heard of the Bell ranch but who hadn’t in this part of the country. By a fluke in being in the wrong place at the wrong time Don had the chance of working on the ranch. Then Don... More > and Cup Madden along with Noaks Oaks made a trip to Montana to purchase Appaloosa horses for the ranch. On the way back the horse herd was stolen and Cup died while Don was saved from being killed because he carried books to read. In recovering the horse herd Don rescued two women who was being evicted from their property by gun man shooting at the house. Notlong after that Don married one of the women and bought the herd of the Flying U from a dieing rancher. Don moved the cattle back to his land holdings in No Mans Land or some folks called it the Cimarron Strip which was a haven for outlaws and rustlers. What it took to hold the Flying U was guns and guts along with savvy on how to make things work for the ranch.< Less
Trail Drive By Will Welton
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The end of the Civil War jobs were a thing of luxury if you had one. The men returning from the war found their lives disrupted, families starving or dead. Then someone decided to drive cattle north... More > to Missouri. This is the story of one man who took an old Osage Indian for his word of “All ways help others and they will help you.” Will Henry recovered the money, which him and his men had taken from the Union Army during the war, and was buried in Arkansas. Henry went west to Texas to try and find the men's families to share the gold with them. He met a man by the name of Tutewiller who had been on a cattle drive the previous year. Teaming up they put together a herd of longhorns and headed north to market. Over the next years they formed the WH ranch and in doing so had ended up with nineteen orphans from around the area. At times he did not know if he was in the cattle business or raising children. The ranch became a big family and the ranch grew through hardships and good times along the way.< Less
White Bear Clan "Tanner Oaks" By Will Welton
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Action packed western of the 1890’s where the old adage was one Ranger could handle any job. When any law enforcement person pin their badge on they are putting their life on the line for you... More > and me. These are individuals that want to help the people of our great nation and help to keep the laws of our land. They bring justice for everyone and even though it may seem that they aren’t doing their jobs, at times, they are the only thing standing between the criminals of this world and you and me. Tanner Oaks (Ta Noaks) was a full blood Comanche Indian. His band of Comanche tribes men were the first on the Fort Sill reservation. Tanner Oaks received a white mans education at Fort Sill Indian Territory Of Oklahoma and was sent to a college in Tennessee for his education of higher learning. When he returned to the reservation, finding his people starving to death from bad food or no food furnished by the agency, he took his immediate family that was still alive and headed west.< Less
Frontier Doctors of Indian Territory of Oklahoma By Will Welton
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Even though Tanner became one of the ghost towns of the old west because the railroad missed the town by thirty miles and the people moved to the railroad. Reams town finally became nothing more than... More > a whistle stop for the railroad. The last time I was through Reams town there was just a sign left standing. Nevertheless, that was in 1970 and knowing the people of Oklahoma, it might be a thriving city again. The San Bois Mountains, Winding Stair Mountains, and the Kiamichi Mountains make up the Ouachita Mountain Range. The towns and places named in these books are all real. As the Indian Territory came closer to becoming the State of Oklahoma, a lot of the town names changed or simply no longer existed. Towns such as America, Moon, Ida (Battiest), Dookesville, Punkabua (Broken Bow), Bismarck (Wright City), Chance, and Scullyville (Bartlesville), wouldn’t make it after the Indian Territory was awarded statehood, some became ghost towns, or just places with some reminisce of where they was.< Less
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White Bear Clan "Tanner Oaks" By Will Welton
eBook (PDF): $5.00
Action packed western of the 1890’s where the old adage was one Ranger could handle any job. When any law enforcement person pin their badge on they are putting their life on the line for you... More > and me. These are individuals that want to help the people of our great nation and help to keep the laws of our land. They bring justice for everyone and even though it may seem that they aren’t doing their jobs, at times, they are the only thing standing between the criminals of this world and you and me. Tanner Oaks (Ta Noaks) was a full blood Comanche Indian. His band of Comanche tribes men were the first on the Fort Sill reservation. Tanner Oaks received a white mans education at Fort Sill Indian Territory Of Oklahoma and was sent to a college in Tennessee for his education of higher learning. When he returned to the reservation, finding his people starving to death from bad food or no food furnished by the agency, he took his immediate family that was still alive and headed west.< Less
Appaloosa Run By Will Welton
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Don Ulma had heard of the Bell ranch but who hadn’t in this part of the country. By a fluke in being in the wrong place at the wrong time Don had the chance of working on the ranch. Then Don... More > and Cup Madden along with Noaks Oaks made a trip to Montana to purchase Appaloosa horses for the ranch. On the way back the horse herd was stolen and Cup died while Don was saved from being killed because he carried books to read. In recovering the horse herd Don rescued two women who was being evicted from their property by gun man shooting at the house. Notlong after that Don married one of the women and bought the herd of the Flying U from a dieing rancher. Don moved the cattle back to his land holdings in No Mans Land or some folks called it the Cimarron Strip which was a haven for outlaws and rustlers. What it took to hold the Flying U was guns and guts along with savvy on how to make things work for the ranch.< Less
White Bear Clan John O'Leary U.S. Marshal By Will Welton
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After only receiving a small sum of the family inheritance, which in 1850 was a lot of money, the man went west to make his fortune. John O’Leary’s adventures while he was making his... More > fortune as a trader of weapons. Helping, a friend out, he became a U.S. Marshal. Through the years, his tracking, arresting or having to kill outlaws. Marring a young girl whose brother-in-law was an outlaw and her short lived life in there marriage of one week.< Less

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