Cowboys and indians

Plan a fun-filled Cowboys and Indians themed party that will transport your guests to the Wild West. Explore top ideas for decorations, costumes, and activities to create an unforgettable event.
Jason Rich – Cowboys and Indians Magazine Native American Photos, American Indian Art, Native American Indians, Plains Indians, Cowboys And Indians, Terence Hill, Rich Art, Heritage Museum, Greatest Mysteries

Following the Buffalo. Photography: Courtesy Jason Rich For all the honors his painting has brought him and has much as he loves the Western art world, it’s the family-focused Western lifestyle that Jason Rich considers the most important. For all that he has accomplished as a Western artist — the innumerable awards, prestigious shows, international recognition, and financial success — Jason Rich prefers a life that fosters the simple and lasting things. He was raised with Western values…

John Snyder
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The world-renowned sculptor talks about the importance of Native history, storytelling, and emotion in his bronze renderings. Somewhere in the collective American imagination lives the essence of the history and legend of the vast American West. For renowned Cowboy Artist John Coleman, that legend lives in bronze. The Arizona-based sculptor has dedicated his life’s work to reflecting the West in a way that reveals his deep insight into this most significant aspect of our American identity…

James Collins
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Two cowboys come upon an Indian lying on his stomach with his ear to the ground. One of the cowboys stops and says to the other, "You see that Indian?""Yeah," says the other cowboy."Look," says the first one, "he's listening to the ground. He can hear things for miles in any direction."

Christine Bamber
100 Best Westerns Ever Made – Cowboys and Indians Magazine Danny Glover, Western Hero, Great Western, Disney Mom, Disney Girls, Olivia Wilde, Dakota Johnson, Brad Pitt, Baby Girl Names Spanish

Here's our all-star round up of best westerns according to C&I readers, film critics, and big stars. Note: This is our original list published in January 2002. After nearly 20 years, we decided it was way past time for an update. Check out the revised list that appeared in our July 2021 issue here. 1. The Searchers (1956) It would be impossible to come up with a unanimous No. I, with thousands of films and a century to span, but is there anyone who loves Westerns who doesn’t love The…

Elaine Marie LaPointe
Tom Selleck: Hitting on a Long Shot – Cowboys and Indians Magazine Hollywood Stars, Classic Hollywood, Tv Stars, Movie Stars, Laura San Giacomo, Jesse Stone, Western Hero, Western Cowboy, Western Style

Tom Selleck looks back at his sharpshooting Aussie western, Quigley Down Under. Tom Selleck believes the 30th anniversary of his popular big-screen western Quigley Down Under is worth celebrating — and knew exactly how he wanted to do it. “I called a guy who restores antique firearms and had him restore an 1878 Colt revolver,” Selleck says. That gun does not appear in the film, but Selleck thinks it’s the kind Quigley would have chosen. “If he owned a handgun, it would be a state-of-the-art…

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Best of the West: Robert Duvall – Cowboys and Indians Magazine Cowboy Up, Cowboy Horse, Western Cowboy, Real Cowboys, Cowboys And Indians, Gaucho, Westerns, Lonesome Dove, Cowboy Pictures

We interview the actor on the eve of his lifetime achievement honor at the Western Heritage Awards. Robert Duvall could have been a cowboy. Of course, the millions of moviegoers and TV viewers who have seen him in such classics as Lonesome Dove, Open Range, and Broken Trail might assume that he actually is a cowboy, and has been one for most of his life. But, well, that’s why they call it acting. “I represent cowboys, as opposed to really being one,” Duvall modestly insists during a recent…

Allan Mason
Sarcee Boys in Hats, names and date unknown, from Glenbow Museum, Calgary. Indigenous People Of North America, Native North Americans, Indigenous Peoples, Native American History, American Heritage, Native American Indians, American Art, Blackfoot Confederacy, Blackfoot Indian

Image No: NA-4951-1 Title: Sarcee [Tsuu T'ina] boys, Calgary, Alberta. Date: [ca. 1912] Photographer/Illustrator: Brewer Studio, Calgary, Alberta Remarks: Studio portrait. L-R: Anthony Dodging Horse; George Big Plume; Frank One Spot; Pat Dodging Horse. Subject(s): Sarcee - Personalities / Tsuu T'ina - Personalities / Children / Cowboys Order this photo from Glenbow: Search for 99,999 other historical photos at Glenbow…

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