Quinn Jacobson was born in the American West and spent most of his life there. For him, the region remains an enchanting, beautiful and dangerous place. Even if modern-day reality doesn’t resemble the badlands of legend, one can still sense a spirit of exploration: the idea of a lawless, virgin land. A magnetic force continues to emanate from the region, a force that pushes men and women to seek this “Dream of the American West.”
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