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As senior editor at True West magazine, I have been asked to blog on history, culture, books and film. Please follow my blog posts and those of my colleagues at True West Magazine.

True West MagazineThe Victor, Colorado Union Hall was dedicated in March 1901. It became the site of a pitched shoot-out on June 7, 1904.
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and at my Facebook website: Stuart Rosebrook-Historian, Writer, Speaker

Stuart Rosebrook-Historian, Writer, SpeakerStuart Rosebrook has over 25 years of professional experience in journalism, publishing, public…
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About Stuart Rosebrook

Stuart Rosebrook has over 25 years of professional experience in journalism, publishing, public history, television production, and non-profit management. He is currently on contract as Senior Editor for True West magazine, managing five departments. He also blogs three times a week on book news, film and television, and Western history. He is the owner of his own business, Quo Vadis Communications, LLC. His first book, At Work in Arizona: The First 100 Years, a 168-page, 5 color, photo-essay book for Alliance Bank of Arizona, with curator Marilyn Szabo, was published in Phoenix in December 2014. Other professional roles included institutional advancement and development, consultant and editor for the William and Mary Alumni Association, the Orme School of Arizona, associate editor of Arizona Highways magazine, associate producer for Falrose Productions, and an assignment editor KTVK-TV3 in Phoenix. He is a professional historian of the American West, 20th Century American History, and Public History. He has a Ph.D. and M.A. from Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona, and a B.A. in history from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
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