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Home on the Range


Lone Chimney’s 4th film will tell the origin story of Brewster Higley’s “Home on the Range” song and cabin, located in Smith Center, Kansas. In 1872 Brewster Higley, a frontier doctor, wrote the poem originally under the title of “My Western Home” inspired by his home, a small cabin along Beaver creek, and celebrating the prairie.

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Home on the Range


Lone Chimney’s 4th film will tell the origin story of Brewster Higley’s “Home on the Range” song and cabin, located in Smith Center, Kansas. In 1872 Brewster Higley, a frontier doctor, wrote the poem originally under the title of “My Western Home” inspired by his home, a small cabin along Beaver creek, and celebrating the prairie.

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Get the Road to Valhalla DVD


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The Road to Valhalla DVD

Long after the war, Confederate veteran Barry Benson said that if the veterans did not all rejoin on Earth, then possibly one day in Valhalla.

Valhalla is a term that was often used in Norse mythology, initially as the hall of the slain or the slain warrior - a warrior's heaven. In this third full-length documentary by Lone Chimney Films, "The Road to Valhalla" concludes the story of the Kansas-Missouri Border war, exploring the War in the West, Order No. 11, the Guerilla war, Price's Raid, Veterans organizations, and Kansas' role, both politically and militarily. 

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