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Cowboys ,Lawmen and Badmen

Cowboys, Lawmen and Badmen


Cowboys ,Lawmen and Badmen

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Texas Deputy U.S. Marshal Edward W. Johnson (at left) lost his right arm in an 1888 gunfight soon after this photograph was taken. He gained notoriety after an 1889 mob attacked the notorious Marlow Brothers during a jail transport, an incident that inspired the 1965 film Sons of Katie Elder. Also pictured: Texas Ranger Lorenzo K. Creekman (center) and Parker County Deputy Sheriff E.A. Hutchison (at right). – Courtesy George T. Jackson Jr. – Via Karen Patterson Farrar - #OldWest #WildWest

James Cooksey Earp (June 28, 1841-January 25, 1926) was the little known older brother to old west lawman Virgil Earp and lawman/gambler Wyatt Earp. Unlike his lawmen brothers, he was a saloon-keeper and was not present at the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral.

Doc Holliday - Deadly Doctor of the American West - Page 4

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Ike Clanton was involved in one of the most famous gunfights of the American Old West. Ike Clanton’s notoriety is based largely on his conflict with the Earp brothers, especially Wyatt Earp and Wyatt’s friend Doc Holliday. Helping to fuel this conflict was Ike’s heavy drinking and quick temper. In October 1881 the Earp’s and Doc Holliday advanced on Ike’s gang near the now famous O.K. Corral. Ike was unarmed and fled at the first sound of gunfire but his brother William “Billy” Clanton was ki...

10 Fascinating Only Existing Photographs - Listverse

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Johnny Ringo was thought to have been killed by either Wyatt Earp or Doc Holliday.

The Complete List of Old West Outlaws - Last Name Begins with "R"

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Cabinet Card of Hatless Portrait of Buffalo Bill by Stacy.

August 2, 1876. Frontiersman "Wild" Bill Hickok is shot from behind and killed while playing poker at a saloon in Deadwood, South Dakota. At the time the cards he was holding were a pair of black aces and a pair of black eights -- since known as the dead man's hand

Orrin Porter Rockwell (June 28, 1813 or June 25, 1815 – June 9, 1878) In 1849, Rockwell was appointed as deputy marshal of Great Salt Lake City and remained a peace officer until his death. Rockwell died in Salt Lake City, Utah Territory, of natural causes on June 9, 1878. Rockwell had been a member of the LDS Church longer than anyone living.

Wyatt Earp in Nome, Alaska with long-time friend and former Tombstone mayor and editor John Clum

The Chuckwagon - Western Recipes,picture from the Swenson Ranch in Tx. note the SMS brand on the chuck box

Old West Recipes of the Chuck Wagon

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Kit Carson (1809-1868) American frontiersman and Indian fighter--Carson explored the west to California, and north through the Rocky Mountains. He lived among and married into the Arapaho and Cheyenne tribes.

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Tom "Black Jack" Ketchum and his older brother Sam cowboyed in Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, while moonlighting as bank and train robbers.

The Outlaw Cowboys of New Mexico

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Famous American Gunfighter Sometimes Lawman of the Old West,Shotgun Collins

Shotgun Collins

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Four years after the tribal leader surrendered to the United States, Sitting Bull posed with Buffalo Bill for this iconic 1885 photo. For a time, Sitting Bull even toured with Bill’s Wild West Show.

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John Y. Nelson: (1826-1903) - noted frontier scout. He joined Cody's "Wild West Show" in 1884 and was with the outfit for many years. He guided Brigham Young and the Mormon pioneers to the Salt Lake Valley in 1847; worked as a military scout with William F. Cody (Buffalo Bill); fought in the Indian Wars, and served as a lawman in North Dakota. He often narrowly escaped death from bullets, arrows, and knives. Nelson’s story is a fascinating view of the early American west in all its glory.

Outlaw "Dirty Dave" Rudabaugh, Dave Rudabaugh was the only outlaw said to have crossed paths with Dave Mather, Bat Masterson, Pat Garrett, Wyatt Earp, Billy The Kid and Doc Holliday. Dave lived to be 31 years, 7 months and 4 days old. Dave's decapitated head was placed on a stake for almost three weeks after his death.

The Outlaw "Dirty Dave" Rudabaugh

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Johnny Ringo (aka John Peters) (May 3, 1850 – July 13, 1882) was an outlaw Cowboy of the American Old West who was affiliated with Ike Clanton and Frank Stilwell in Cochise County, Arizona Territory during 1881-1882.

The Official Grateful Web Blog!: Big Nose Kate on Johnny Ringo

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Butch Cassidy, a notorious American train robber, bank robber & leader of the Wild Bunch Gang.

Butch Cassidy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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A real photo of Doc Holiday. Does his ghost still haunt Tombstone Arizona. Doc Holiday is often reported walking down the street in Tombstone. Why is Doc still here trapped between worlds. Is he looking for Kate.

Cowboy, c. 1890. Whenever I see an old pic like this, I always wonder what the person's life was like.

14 Pictures Of Cute Guys In Old Photographs | Lovelyish

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Left to Right. Billy the Kid, Doc Holliday, Jesse James & Charlie Bowdre.

Billy the Kid | Teenage - A film by Matt Wolf

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U.S. Marshal Evett Nix - Bringing Down the  Doolin-Dalton Gang

U.S. Marshal Evett Nix - Bringing Down the Doolin-Dalton Gang

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Outlaw Tom "Black Jack" Ketchum 1863-1901

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James Butler Hickok had not yet earned the nickname of "Wild Bill" when this photo was taken in 1858. He was just 21 years old.

Wild Bill Hickok Photo Gallery and Timeline

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Thomas "Bear River" Smith - Marshaling in Abilene, until his head was cut off with an ax.

Thomas "Bear River" Smith - Marshalling Lawless Abilene

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Seth Bullock, Deadwood Sheriff; President Theodore Roosevelt