Wild West Scenario

I've always loved westerns, and one of my ongoing historical miniature projects has been The Wild West. Matthias at My Wargames Page has a free scenario for the Six Gun Sound wargames rules.

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Texas Map Archives

If you're into gaming the Mexican American war, or if you just have an interest in things Texas in general, you'll find this map archives useful. There are a number of historical maps for you to view online:

Texas Revolution, 1835-1836 - Text Description (120K) [p. 47]

Texas Revolution, 1835-1836 - The Defense of the Alamo, February 23 - March 6, 1836 (75K) [p. 47]

Texas Revolution, 1835-1836 - The Major Movements of Texan and Mexican Military Forces, February - April, 1836 (119K) [p. 47]

Texas Revolution, 1835-1836 - The Battle of San Jacinto, April 21, 1836 (145K) [p. 47]

Texas Frontier Development, 1841-1843 (97K) [p. 48]

Mexican War Battles in Texas and Northern Mexico, 1846-1847 - Text Description (127K) [p. 49]

Mexican War Battles in Texas and Northern Mexico, 1846-1847 - The Battle of Palo Alto, May 8, 1846 (62K) [p. 49]

Mexican War Battles in Texas and Northern Mexico, 1846-1847 - The Battle of Resaca De La Palma, May 9, 1846 (50K) [p. 49]

Mexican War Battles in Texas and Northern Mexico, 1846-1847 - Taylor's Campaign, March 1846 - February 1847 (69K) [p. 49]

Mexican War Battles in Texas and Northern Mexico, 1846-1847 - Stephen Kearny's Campaign in New Mexico and A.W. Doniphan's Campaign in Chihuahua (147K) [p. 49]

The general Texas map link is here.

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Maps From The First Afghan War

The University of Texas library has a nice set of historical maps from the First Afghan War:

Kabul: The Cantonment, 1892

A plan of action for Ahmed Khel

Actions at Kabul

The Battle At Kandahar (Candahar)

Maiwand

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New Zealand Wars

Jeff Peach offers a set of rules for the New Zealand Wars.

New Zealand Wars

Country Houses Card Game

Country Houses is a DIY card game in which players are 19th century landowners.