9844b7f46d12a0ae49067e940d9769bb.jpg (224×294) James Hawkins, company D Texas Ranger
Charles Earl Bolles (1829–Disappeared 1888?), alias Black Bart, was an American Old West outlaw noted for his poetic messages left after each robbery. A gentleman bandit, Black Bart was one of the most notorious stagecoach robbers to operate in and around Northern California and southern Oregon during the 1870s and 1880s. The fame he received for his numerous daring thefts is rivaled only by his reputation for style and sophistication.
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African American cowboys my father is gone now but he would have enjoyed seeing this photo on the computer.
Dead Outlaws Images Old West | Black Bart the Legend by Dunniway & Co.
blackhistoryalbum: Black Cowboys | 1913 Black History Album, The Way We Were Most cowboys were actually Black (at least 1 in 4) and/or Native American and/or Mexican.
Judge Roy Bean, (a.k.a, The Hanging Judge") who appointed himself "the law west of the Pecos River," doled out some pretty weird and severe sentences from his combination barroom/courtroom.
Navajo cradle board
Two Cowboys Wearing Black Wooly Chaps ca 1890s
SITTING BULL (1837—1890), was a beloved medicine man and chief of the Sioux Indian Tribe.
Yellow Horse - Yanktonai Sioux, Western Dakota, 1908
Jesse Woodson James was one of, if not the most famous outlaw in American History, and certainly in the old west. Bank and train robber, murderer,...