For Wild West fans, here are a bunch of period photos of the American West.
Combined Arms 2000 is a free print-and-play board game for modern era combat. The description from Board Game Geek:
Combined Arms 2000 is a light wargame simulating armored warfare using modern technology. It features a realistic scale for both movement and fire (1 space = 1 kilometer), a good selection of vehicle and infantry types, off-board fire support, and fixed-wing air support.
Players build armies from parts of a shared deck, then fight! The attacker has only ten turns to seize his objectives. Wise use of reserves, clever scouting, and bold maneuver are all needed to attain victory.
This is a free print & play release on BoardGameGeek. Print cards and box to 110 lb cardstock, and rules to a single sheet of typing paper. Heavy lines on the box are cut lines; lighter lines are all mountain folds.
Fans of pulp and other inter-war gaming might be interested in seeing these rare color photos of life in the US in the 1930s and 1940s. It should give you some good ideas about colors.
Here’s a neat photo album – history of the US Philippine War 1899 – 1902.
For many years, George’s Nafziger’s collection of orders of battle for conflicts dating from the 1600s to the 1900s have been a mainstay of the historical wargaming community.
Once available only commercially, Nafziger recently donated his collection to the Army’s Combined Arms Research Library.