DENVER, CO - JUNE 2: Newly-painted artwork by artist Katy "The Zimmerwoman" Zimmerman, covers the store front window of Hope Tank on Broadway. Store owner Erika Righter gets some help from her son, Miles Ramirez, 5, on June 2, 2020 in Denver, Colorado, as she prepares to reopen her business Hope Tank after closing in mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Righter plans to open her store at 64 Broadway on Thursday, June 11, 2020, but she is limiting the days and store hours. (Photo By Kathryn Scott)

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Ian Neligh rode his childhood fascination with heroes and artifacts of the Old West to a year-long project

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“Spurred West” examines the myth of the Wild West, starting with its icon, Buffalo Bill Cody

Author Ian Neligh spent a year researching the legends that inspired the lore that captivated America and beyond, to see if remnants of the dime-novel stories lives on in the West