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Frank Hamer middle Tom Mix to his right

Frank Hamer middle Tom Mix to his right

the Navasota Current: TEXAS RANGERS! In Navasota, Texas

Ranger Company C in Alpine, Texas in Frank Hamer is in the back row at the far left.

Modern day Texas Rangers

Listen to a history of the elite Texas Rangers and hear about their modern-day responsibilities (part of The Story of Texas webcast). From the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

3 Famous Texas Rangers That Deserve Our Attention

They've had a storied past, and many an up and down in the lifetime of their law enforcement agency. Here are three Texas Rangers worthy of recognition.

There are many, many iconic images of the Texas Rangers, but here are my 10 favorites and why. Click on the photograph to view the slide show. Bob Alexander is a native Texan and veteran lawman, serving from 1965 until retiring as a special agent with the U.S. Treasury Department in 1996. He is the …

The Best Texas Rangers Photos, Ever

There are many, many iconic images of the Texas Rangers, but here are my 10 favorites and why. Click on the photograph to view the slide show. Bob Alexander is a native Texan and veteran lawman, serving from 1965 until retiring as a special agent with the U.S. Treasury Department in 1996. He is the …

Five legendary Texas Ranger Captains in Austin, 1932. Seated: Captain Dan Roberts. Standing L to R: Captain J. A. Brooks, Adjutant General W. W. Sterling, former Ranger Captain Frank A Hamer and Captain John R. Hughes. You can Google any of these heroic men to find out more about them. Hamer didn't know it at the time this was taken, but about four years later he would shoot and kill Bonnie and Clyde.

Four men standing behind a seated man on a porch. Back reads: "Texas Ranger Captains. Standing L to R: Captain J. Brooks, Adjutant General W. Sterling, former Ranger Captain Frank A Hamer and Captain John R.

Brazos Past: Texas Rangers roamed before Lone Star State was born

Even before there was a Texas to protect and serve, there were rangers who roamed the frontier of the future Lone Star State to maintain law and order. About 190

Texas Rangers, 1915, during the “Mexican bandit trouble” spilling over the borders from la revolución mexicana. Shown left to right: John Cordway, Deputy Sheriff; Clint Adkins; Edgar Turcotte, Deputy Sheriff; T. Armstrong; and Charlie Armstrong, Rancher. Courtesy of the Portal to Texas History.

gunsandposes: “ Texas Rangers, during the “Mexican bandit trouble” spilling over the borders from la revolución mexicana. Shown left to right: John Cordway, Deputy Sheriff;

Texas Rangers 1880s

Texas Rangers 1880s

Navasota's greatest Texas hero: Frank Hamer   photographed for a magazine article in 1920 during a joint exercise on the Texas- Mexican border between Texas Rangers and Mexican police to halt whiskey smugglers during the days of Prohibition.

Navasota's greatest Texas hero: Frank Hamer photographed for a magazine article in 1920 during a joint exercise on the Texas- Mexican border between Texas Rangers and Mexican police to halt whiskey smugglers during the days of Prohibition.

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