El viejo oeste


El viejo oeste

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Benjamin Hodges, a black Mexican cowboy who made his living as a con artist in Dodge City. Here is the confident confidence man–

Historic Photos of Outlaws of the Old West

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California Miners, in front of stagecoach, 1894

Western Slang, Lingo, and Phrases - A Writer's Guide to the Old West

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1870 Gunfighter at OK Corral WYATT EARP Portrait

1870 Gunfighter at OK Corral WYATT EARP Vintage 8x10 Photo Old West Portrait

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Wyatt Earp

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John "Liver-Eating" Johnson ... (c.1824 – 1900) was a mountain man of the American Old West. In 1847, his wife, a member of the Flathead tribe was killed by the Crow, which prompted Johnson on a vendetta against the tribe. Legend says that he would kill, then cut out and eat the liver of each Crow brave he came across. This was an insult to the Crow believing the liver to be vital if one was to go on into the afterlife. In any case, he eventually became known as "Liver-Eating Johnson".

Liver-Eating Johnson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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From left to right - Wild Bill Hickok, Texas Jack Omohundro, and Buffalo Bill Cody

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Extremely rare photo of Billy The Kid when captured at Stinking Springs, December 24th 1880. Pat Garrett is clearly recognisable extreme left and Bob Olinger is next to him. Billy is on the extreme right where a deputy aims a Colt revolver at Billy's head. One of Billy's compadres, Charlie Bowdre, had been killed in the encounter.

Billy the Kid and Jesse James

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"Don't let yesterday use up too much of today." ~By Will Rogers~

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History of Gunfighters: Jesse and Frank James - by F.M. Light and Sons | History of the Wild West```

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Prospectors

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Annie Oakley & Frank Butler She died in 1927. He died 17 days later. They had been married 50 years.

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Al Jennings, had a law practice with his brothers, Ed and John in Oklahoma Territory. In 1895, Ed was killed, and John wounded, in a shootout with rival attorney Temple Houston. Following Houston's acquitall, Jennings joined an outlaw band. In 1897 the group, robbed trains and general stores. Jennings was captured in December, 1897. Jennings was sentenced to life in prison, but, with the legal efforts of his brother John, he was freed in 1902 and received a presidential pardon in 1907.

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E.D. Nix

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Our First Grizzly, killed by Gen. Custer and Col. Ludlow." By lllingworth, 1874, during Black Hills expedition.

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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.

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Hull Avenue, Jerome, Arizona - Prostitutes at the Cribs, circa 1910

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Outlaw Will Roberts. Train robber, and went by the name of Dixon may have rode with Butch Cassity

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Kitty Leroy, famous woman gambler and gunfighter

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Colonel George Baylor, Texas Ranger"

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Texas Ranger John Armstrong

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samuel walker a texas ranger the picture was taken in 1846 by mathew

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Morgan and Louisa Earp

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Jim Perry (1858–1918) was an African American cowboy and top hand, the highest-ranked cowboy on the three million-acre XIT Ranch Texas. Perry established himself as an expert roper, rider, bronc buster, cook, and musician.

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Christopher Houston "Kit" Carson

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Bella Union Saloon - in Deadwood

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