Book and Lecture Events

August 13 – Jefferson, GA – Crawford W. Long Museum – Mark will present The Forest’s Gifts of Food, Medicine and Craft As Practiced By the Native Americans. We hope you will join us! Find out more here!

August 22 – Dahlonega, GA – Lumpkin County Parks and Rec. – Hosted by the Georgia Mountains Master Gardeners, Mark will present The Forest’s Gifts of Food, Medicine and Craft As Practiced By the Native Americans. We hope you will join us! Click here for more information.

November 7 – Dahlonega, GA – Lumpkin County Library – Mark will present “Native American Medicines of the Southeast.” Join us for a lecture and slide presentation to learn about some of our most common native plants and how to use them. Here’s the details!

With the release of Mark’s Nate Champion dulogy comes two new lecture tours on Nate Champion and the Johnson County War. The first lecture tour comes to Wyoming in September and the second will come to the Southwest in October. Here are the event dates that have been secured for September.

Dates and Venues:

Sept. 18 at 2:00 p.m. in Spearfish, SD at the High Plains Western Heritage Center

Sept. 19 at 7:00 p.m. in Gillette, WY at the Rockpile Museum

Sept. 20 at 6:30 p.m. in Buffalo, WY at the Johnson County Library

Sept. 21 at 2:00 p.m. in Douglas, WY at the Pioneer Memorial Museum

Sept. 22 at 1:00 p.m. in Casper, WY at the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center

Sept. 23 at 6:30 p.m. in Lander, WY at the Pioneer Museum

Sept 27 at 5:30 p.m. in Cody, WY at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West

The Program: Nate Champion and the Johnson County War, 1892 – a lecture and slide presentation
Warren’s years of research reveal why Western scholars consider Nate Champion to be one of the unsung heroes of American history. As a young Texan cowhand, he travels to Wyoming to stake his claim as an independent rancher. Nate finds himself thrown into the crucible of the Johnson County War. This program reveals one of America’s most egregious acts of insurrection and how one man unknowingly prevented the crime of the century and became a martyr to the common laborer. Join us to find out about how the government’s free-range policy inspired chaos and lawlessness among ranchers all over the West.


In addition to these public programs listed, Mark also lectures for many private events. To schedule Mark for a lecture or author event, contact his assistant/publicist at markwarrenbooks(at) See Lecture Programs Here for more information on topics.

Mark Warren’s award-winning trilogy Wyatt Earp, An American Odyssey is now available in paperback everywhere books are sold. A perfect gift for those who enjoy historical fiction on the American West. Learn the true story behind Wyatt Earp, our most iconic American lawman.

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