credits

Website By

readymade99 and Robert Spiegelman

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.