Corrals & Posses

2017 Award Winners

CO-FOUNDERS AWARD FOR BEST BOOK

First Place: John H. Monnett
Denver Posse, Denver Colorado
Eyewitness to the Fetterman Fight
University of Oklahoma Press

Second Place: Doug Hocking
Cochise County Corral, Sierra Vista, Arizona
Tom Jeffords: Friend of Cochise
Two Dot Press, Imprint of Globe Pequot, Rowan and Littlefield Publishing

Third Place: Robert R. Dykstra and Jo Ann Manfra
Los Angeles Corral, Los Angeles, California
Dodge City and the Birth of the Wild West
University Press of Kansas

“COKE” WOOD AWARD FOR BEST ARTICLE OR MONOGRAPH

First Place: Robert J. Chandler
San Francisco Corral, San Francisco, California
“A Scandalous Irishman: Thomas Mooney Fleeces
Dubliners in the 1830s and San Franciscans in the 1860s”
Published in California Territorial Quarterly

Second Place: Raymond Sumner
Fort Collins Corral, Fort Collins, Colorado
Introduction, The Powell Sesquicentennial:
Is There Anything Left to Be Said?
Published in Journal of the West

Third Place: Brian Dervin Dillon
Los Angeles Corral, Los Angeles, California
“1967: The Year of the Hippie (Parts 1 and 2)
Published in California Territorial Quarterly


PHILLIP DANIELSON AWARD FOR BEST PROGRAM

First Place: Pahaska Teepee Corral, Cody, Wyoming
Peter Hassrick, Sheriff
Karen B. McWhorter, Program Presenter
“The Art and Influence of Charlie Russell”

Second Place: Denver Posse, Denver, Colorado
Steve Friesen, Sheriff
Steve Friesen, Program Presenter
“I Am Not a Savage: Lakota Performers in Europe”

Third Place: Jedediah Smith Corral, Hot Springs, South Dakota
Bernice Landers, Sheriff
Rick Kaan, Program Presenter
“Ramblin’ Rangers”


HEADS UP AWARD FOR BEST CORRAL OR POSSE

Larger Corral
Los Angeles Corral, Los Angeles, California
James H. Macklin, Acting Sheriff

Smaller Corral
The Tucson Corral of the Westerners
Marana, Arizona
Elaine Jacobsen, Sheriff

International Corral
The English Westerners Society
Raymond Cox, Sheriff

FRED OLDS AWARD FOR BEST POETRY

First Place: Tim Heflin
Los Angeles Corral, Los Angeles, California
“Phantom of the Mountain”
Poems of the Kern Plateau

Second Place: B. J. Goldeen
Los Angeles Corral, Los Angeles, California
“I Ride” and “Autumn Cycle”
Los Angeles Corral Keepsake #47


WESTERNERS UNIVERSITY CHAPTER SCHOLARSHIP
Sarah Brown, “Justice in the Western Novel”
Northwestern Oklahoma State University
Triple R Corral, Alva Oklahoma
Sponsored by Dr. Shawn Holliday
Professor of English, Associate Dean of Graduate Studies
Northwestern Oklahoma State University

 



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