WELCOME TO THE HOMEPAGE OF THE FOLLOWING ORGANISATIONS WHOSE COMMON INTEREST IS TO PROMOTE THE AMERICAN WEST

To all members of the English Westerners' Society and the Custer Association of Great Britain, the chairmen of both organisations would like to wish you a properous New Year and we wish that you all remain safe during the current global Coronavirus outbreak that continues to have an impact on all our daily lives. Whilst the crisis continues we will use our website and Facebook pages to keep in touch with you all.

It is our intent to continue to publish our publications in this period but there may be delays in getting these sent to you.  

Social gathering are possible subject to restrictions imposed by the UK Government and devolved Administrations.

ENGLISH WESTERNERS' SOCIETY

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The AGM took place on Saturday, 2nd October 2021 at Doggett's Coat & Badge, Blackfriars Bridge, London, SE1 9UD

 

 

 

 

 

CUSTER ASSOCIATION OF GREAT BRITAIN

Although for 18 months we had planned that our next gathering would take place on Saturday, 6 November 2021 at the National Motorcycle Museum in Bickenhill, Solihull, near Birmingham, to celebrate our belated 20th and 21st anniversaries, we have reluctantly had to cancel until Saturday, 11 June 2022 because only six members indicated they would be attending.

 

 

 In the meanwhile please take care.

 

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'THE PEOPLE OF THE BUFFALO'

STUDIES IN HONOUR OF

DR. JOHN C. EWERS

Coordinated and Edited by the late Colin F. Taylor and Hugh Dempsey

Contact English Westerners' Society to order Volume 1 and 2 in the UK.

 

'Ravenous Monsters in Society'

A reprint, with notes, of “A Terrible Quintette” by John Newman Edwards, originally published in the St. Louis Dispatch in November 1873 and represents the beginning of the manufactured ‘Robin Hood’ legend that attached itself to Jesse James.

Hook of Rorke's Drift: The Life of Henry Hook V.C.

Barry C. Johnson, is well-known within the English Westerners' Society for his outstanding biographical works on the lives of people who made their mark in the American West but here he provides a fascinating account of the life of Henry Hook whose participation at the battle of Rorke's Drift, where he was awarded his V.C. for his gallant conduct, was made famous in the film Zulu.  This book tells the real story of the life of this Gloucestershire born working man.

 

General Data Protection Regulations

In accordance with all other organisations and societies, updated regulations require members to be informed and reminded of the situation with regard to members’ personal details.

 

Both the EWS and CAGB  retain a record of members’ names, addresses, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses. These details are used to send to members publications, details of meetings, and other news and items relevant to the neither the EWS or CAGB. They are never shared with or given to any other organisation or individuals. All members have a right to know what data is held on them.

(This policy has always applied to both the EWS and CAGB.)

 

If you have any queries please address those to the respective secretaries whose contact details are on the respective organisations webpage.