Updated Site by:
- Robert Spiegelman
- Hosted by Indigenous Values Initiative
- Web Development and Administration by Adam DJ Brett
- Supported by Indigenous Values Initiative and American Indian Law Alliance
My Education, with special thanks to:
- Betty Bustos, Panhandle Plains Historical Museum, Canyon, Texas
- Larry McMurtry, Archer City, Texas
- Ninia Ritchie, JA Ranch, Texas
- Dee Brown. Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee.
- J. Evetts Haley. Charles Goodnight, Cowman and Plainsman.
- P.D. Robertson & R.L. Robertson. Cowman’s Country.
Side Panel Photo
Original untouched image of Palo Duro Canyon displayed by permission/courtesy of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD). Website: www.tpwd.state.tx.us/. Image copied 1-21-07. Note: Neither this website, nor the information or images as it presents them, are endorsed by the State of Texas or by TPWD.
“Texts” Section: The Song-Poems
“Horseback on the Llano Estacado,” “Standing Bear’s Lament” and “Charles Goodnight, First Looking into Palo Duro Canyon” are included by the kind permission of songwriter/performer Andy Wilkinson. Excerpted from his Charlie Goodnight’s Last Night. Visit Andy’s engaging Website: Andy Wilkinson Online.
Gallery: Tule Canyon Photo
Captioned “Equus” and appearing atop the “About” page, it’s here courtesy of Bill Mueller. Visit Bill’s fine website: Texas Fine Arts.com.
Red River (Mackenzie’s Massacre, 1874)
A commissioned painting by visionary artist David Sprecher.
[c]Copyright, Robert Spiegelman, 2007. Visit Dave’s website at David Sprecher.org
Cows In Sunset
Image by a visionary artist-illustrator whose work also adorns our www.sullivanclinton.com. A must visit at Wallhagen Art.
Original Site Credits
- readymade99 and Robert Spiegelman