Begin Your Journey through American History HERE


Adventures in the American West

The Old West, often referred to as the Wild West, encompasses the period after the Civil War, the rest of the 1800s, and the early part of the 20th century up to 1912, when the last mainland states entered the Union.

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The Old West

The Old West



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American Indians and the Continental Army

The Declaration of Independence accused King George III of unleashing “merciless Indian Savages” against innocent men, women, and children. The image of ferocious warriors propelled into action by a tyrannical monarch fixed in memory and imagination the Indians‘ role in the American Revolution and justified their subsequent treatment. But, many Indian nations tried to stay out of the conflict, some sided with the Americans, and those who fought with the British were not the king’s pawns: they allied with the Crown as the best hope of protecting their homelands from the encroachments of American colonists and land speculators.

Read about American Indians and the American Revolution

More great tidbits of American History on our United States Facts, Trivia & Firsts.

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Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway

Enchanted Circle Map, courtesy New Mexico Tourism

The most popular day trip in Northern New Mexico is the Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway. Circling Wheeler Peak, this 84-mile trip connects Eagle Nest, Angel Fire, Taos, and Red River. Take a drive HERE.


Journey through America’s Destinations HERE

Red Brick Road near Auburn, Illinois

Journey through America’s Destinations here.


Sequoyah – Inventor of Written Cherokee

Sequoyah by Charles Bird King, 1828

Sequoyah was a famous and influential Cherokee Leader who is credited with inventing the Cherokee alphabet, bringing literacy to the Cherokee people and ensuring the tribes’ history wouldn’t be lost. It continues to be used today. Read More…

Explore Native America

American Tribes Poster

From Tribes and Heros to Myths and Medicine. Explore all that is Native American here.


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Nature’s spirit stones are created by carving a variety of animal totem images and selected symbols into gemstones to unite the healing properties of the stones with the inherent power of these symbols. See our Totem Worry Stones HERE.


Jackalopes of Wyoming


For those who believe, the jackalope is said to be an antlered species of rabbit, sometimes rumored to be extinct. Whether the jackalope actually exists or is simply a hoax popularized by a Douglas, Wyoming resident in 1939, is still debated today. Decide for yourself HERE.


Explore Legends, Ghosts, Myths & Mysteries

Venture into the unknown with our Legends, Ghosts, Myths & Mysteries.


Off Beat Roadside Attractions, Trivia, & More

Roadside stops, strange statues, larger than life items, gimmicky signs, quirky architecture — popping up along America’s roads and highways, often bring drivers to a screeching halt, a quick turn around, or, at the very least, an expletive — “what in the hell was that?”  Adventure into the Quirky HERE.

Travel Tips, Special Destinations, RV Information & More

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Dave & Kathy Alexander.

Legends of America is comprised of just the two of us — Dave & Kathy, who have a love of history, travel, and a desire to share it with the world! We have several others who have contributed along the way and always welcome more.

Though we are a small Mom & Pop “shop”, we have decades of customer service & business experience between the two of us — in both large and small organizations. With an entrepreneurial dream, we launched Legends of America in 2003.

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  1. Hello and thanks for the great stories and interesting histories of America. While chatting to my children as they traveled back to New Mexico Making the long journey from Fallon to Albuquerque. My son was having difficulty keeping alert soon after leaving Flagstaff, I asked him where he was, then started searching for the town of Houck. I stumbled onto this site and was immediately hooked. Not only did this help my road weary son stay awake long enough to switch drivers it continued to work as well for my younger daughter as I read several articles . thanks again
    I wanted to jot a quick note before I get hot coffee and biscuits cooked so everything is ready for my kids to come home.

  2. I just stumbled upon your website and it is fantastic! I love history, Native Americans, travel, trivia…everything you have, I love to read about! Thanks for a fabulous site!

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