The Frye Company. Frye are one of the few bootmakers that still makes boots in the USA. James A. Frye was an English shoemaker that started the company. The first Frye boot was manufactured in 1863. Originally worn by soldiers on both sides of the Civil War – Frye boots remained in demand by the military (Teddy Roosevelt, wore them in the Spanish American War) through World War II (General Patton even wore a pair). Still stylish and found in higher end department stores. Not all Frye boots or shoes are made in the USA, but about 20% are, so check the label. Visit their flagship store in New York City at 113 Spring Street.
Addendum: Certain models of Fryes boots are made in the USA. For women: Campus, Cavalry, Engineer, Harness, Logger and Sabrina; For men: Arkansas, Campus, Cavalry, Cobb Hiker, Engineer, Harness, Logger, and Rand. Thanks to lifemadeAmerican.com for that websites information.