Historian | Author | Speaker Jefferson Glass

The First Light of Dawn

When Clark County Nevada’s most prominent businessman is found dead near his home at the first light of dawn, the evidence suggests suicide. Sheriff Conor Armenta however, cannot shake the...... Read More

Empire: The Pioneer Legacy of an American Ranch Family

A collage of characters shaped the west of the nineteenth century. Large and powerful cattlemen, backed by eastern and European investors, flooded the prairie with herds often numbering 50-80 thousand...... Read More

Reshaw: The Life and Times of John Baptiste Richard

In 1868, John Baptiste Richard was fifty-eight years old. He had been on the frontier for over four decades. He seems a rather unimposing figure in this photograph taken at...... Read More