Frontier Fighters! Old Time Radio Shows



This radio drama tells epic narratives of those fearless wanderers and adventurers who first broke the trails of the Old West! Frontier Fighters is not your typical “western” drama; in this series you will retrace the steps of heroes who, despite incredible odds, explored and conquered the West. The show was originally broadcast in the 1930’s and each show is under 15 minutes in length. Total Listening Time is approximately 9 hours and 15 minutes and contains programs relating to the following people, places, or events:

1803 Lewis and Clark
1803 Zebulon Pike
1806 Jedadiah Smith
1820 Steven Austin
1821 Kit Carson
1826 Marcus Whitman
1834 The Fall of the Alamo
1836 John McLaughlin
1840 John C. Fremont
1843 Joseph Meek
1843 Brigham Young
1846 Oregon Territory
1846 Stephen W. Kearney
1846 The Donner Party
1846 New Mexico Territory
1847 Sutters Mill
1848 Eliza Ann Brooks
1849 The Comstock Lode
1849 Yellowstone Park
1849 Arthur A. Denny
1851 Wells Fargo
1859 Colorado Territory
1859 Lyman Cutlar’s Pig War
1860 Buffalo Bill Cody
1860 Oregon and the Pacific Republic
1860 Rev. Thomas King
1861 Wild Bill Hickok
1863 Transcontinental Railroad
1866 John Phillips
1866 Santa Fe Trail
1867 Alaska
1869 A.P.K. Stafford and Arizona
1872 Cochise and Capt Tom Jeffers
1874 Annie D. Talent
1876 Custer at the Little Big Horn
1884 Idaho Territory
1889 Oklahoma Land Rush
1890 General N. A. Niles

Listen to a sample of Chapter 7 below:

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