Women of the West | Pearl Hart, lady outlaw
Pearl Hart, aka: Pearl Bywater, Pearl Taylor, Mrs. L.P. Keele (1871-19??) - Hart was one of the only female stagecoach robbers in the American West.
New Doc Photo Discovery? - True West Magazine
Look closely at the street scene from Silver City, New Mexico. Notice the skinny cat standing by the third stagecoach window, right hand in pocket, left...
Harry Campbell, Matador cowpuncher, seated in doorway, and George Pattullo, Boston writer and cowboy, standing before the doorway of the line camp half-dugout that served as the original headquarters for the Matadors in the 1880's. Matador Ranch, Tex, 1908 Gelatin dry plate negative EES www.cartermuseum.org
Laura Ingalls Wilder
Alright, this is clearly something my friends keep mocking me about. There was this one time, a few years ago, when we were all playing a questionnaire game. I was asked the famous question: "If you could meet anyone dead or alive, who would it be?". And what did I answer? "Laura Ingalls Wilder". I…
Who Is Boley Brown? - True West Magazine
Boley Brown was among the first cattlemen who came to these Texas plains populated by Comanches, just below the Llano Estacado (staked plains) now known as the “Caprock.” In this arid and unforgiving land, near Clairemont, Kent County, Texas was home to 92 cow herders living in 22 cow camps. In 1880, only one adult female lived in the area, and she was married with two children.
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5 Habits of Highly Effective Outlaws
Black Bart Boles Guns? Check. Masks? Check. Poetry book? If you're going to rob a stagecoach, here's how to do it with flair. If You're A Poet, Show It Even if you're a no-good, law-flouting bandit, it pays to mind your manners -and your meter. In California, between 1875 and 1883, Charles E. "Black Bart" Boles held up more than two dozen Wells Fargo stagecoaches. Even though he seemed to have an intense private grudge against the bank, he was always polite to its employees, asking stage…
30 Rare Photos From Nebraska That Will Take You Straight To The Past
No matter how old or young you are, these photos will leave you feeling nostalgic for simpler bygone times in Nebraska.