A number of years ago, I got really interested in The Old West and The Indian Wars. Back in 2004, we drove for a trip to South Dakota. Along with a few other areas of interest there, we went to Custer State Park. It was the first time we'd ever seen American Bison/Buffalo in a herd grazing. Spent some time at the Crazy Horse National Monument. Also, spent a day/night in Deadwood City and took a tour where Wild Bill Hickok was shot and buried along with Calamity Jane. On another trip, this time to Yellowstone National Park, we stopped on our way home in Cody, Wyoming and visited the Buffalo Bill Center of the West. Displays of The Old West, interesting Native American items and numerous firearms for the era as well as TV Westerns firearms. Very interesting to us. We got a wall in our hallway that is totally dedicated to pictures of rodeo, TV Western Stars and their horses, the Great Indian Chiefs, a picture of Wild Bill Hickok sitting next to Buffalo Bill Cody and a picture of Annie Oakley. Yes, a fan of tv Westerns as well as the tv show, The Real West, narrated by Kenny Rogers. Have watched a documentary about Annie Oakley that had archived black/white video and pictures showing her in action. I remember seeing one of the first, if not the first, Native American in a modern-day commercial years ago with Iron Eyes Cody in it. Today, there are numerous Native American actors and one very famous one is Graham Greene.