Old Arizona Brass Band
Recreating the Music of the Arizona Territory
OABB Historical & Resource Links
Astor House Museum  and Clear Creek History Park  (Golden, Colorado)
Empire Ranch in Las Cienegas National Conservation Area
Ft. Bowie National Historic Site
Fort Laramie, National Historic Site (Wyomie)
Ft. Lowell Museum in Tucson @ Arizona Historical Society
Ft. Selden State Monument
Museum of the Horse Soldier
Picacho Peak State Park -- Picacho
Rodeo Parade Museum
Fort Verde State Park -- Camp Verde
Quartermaster Depot @ Yuma Crossing State Park -- Yuma
Southern Arizona Transportation Museum (click here to email museum)
Sharlot Hall Museum -- Prescott
Reenactors, Clubs & Organizations
1st Company Arizona Horse Guards *  [click here for email]
1st U.S. Infantry Company D (memorial)
B Troop, 4th U.S. Cavalry (Memorial) Ft. Huachuca, Arizona
M Troop, 6th Cavalry Memorial Regiment (The Cochise Cavalry Company)
Ninth Memorial Cavalry - Buffalo Soldiers
Arizona Reenacting      [click here for email]
Battery B, 2nd U.S. Artillery (includes former civil war band reenactor)
Friends of Fort Selden
Ghost Riders (hello Farron!)
New Mexico Steam Locomotive & Railroad Historical Society (restoring the amazing ATSF 2926)
Marshal's Outfit
Jim Rowan
Territorial Brass Band (Achille LaGuardia & Federico Ronstadt)
Thomas Eishen Online (civil war battlefield photos & more)
Tucson History Site
We Make History * [click here for email]
Parks, Monuments, Museums
ARMY WIVES ON THE FRONTIER, Living by the Bugles,
           by Anne Bruner Eales  (Johnson Books)

LIFE AT POST Fort Lowell, Arizona Territory 1873-1891
           by David Faust & Kenneth Randall
           (Smoke Signal No. 47, Spring 2002, Tucson Corral of the Westerners)

GLITTERING MISERY, Dependents of the Indian-Fighting Army
by Patricia Y Stallard (University of Oklahoma Press)
Commercial Sources
Blue Gray Relics (Scottsdale)
Cactus Thorn Vintage   (Benson) 1-520-586-0900
Frazer Brothers Sutler (museum quality uniforms)
Kicking Mule Outfitters (Camp Verde)
Miller's Surplus (Tucson)
Minstrel Boy Banjos (Phoenix)
Mystiques [Jeff Albiniak] (Tucson: in Copper Country Antique Mall)
S and S Firearms
Stewart's Military Antiques
Page updated August 8, 2011
OABB as the Tombstone Brass Band leading the Clanton's sad procession to Boothill (125th Anniversary of the infamous Gunfight at OK Corral)
playing the "Death March"  while leading Clanton funeral procession beside the OK Corral in Tombstone for 125th anniversary of the historic gunfight
Indian War Period Links, ETC

(Courtesy of Paul R. Machula's East Central Arizona History Page)

Geronimo biography & miscellany
(Courtesy of Glenn Welker's The Indigenous Peoples' Literature pages )