Cow boys

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Fred Waite, one of the cowboys who fought in New Mexico’s Lincoln County War… Billy Kid, Billy The Kids, Famous Outlaws, Old West Photos, American Frontier, Texas History, Le Far West, Mountain Man, Native American Indians

Fred Waite, one of the cowboys who fought in New Mexico’s Lincoln County War alongside Billy the Kid, never turned outlaw. This circa 1870s photograph of the part Chickasaw born in Indian Territory reveals unusual fashion for a cowboy: tight-fitting kid gloves and a narrow brimmed hat. – Courtesy Robert G. McCubbin Collection –

WILD WEST PERFORMER: Will Rodgers began his rise to stardom as a vaudeville performer in the His great accomplishments and fame would made him a popular figure, nationwide, in later decades. Will Rodgers, Le Far West, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Cherokee Indians, Old West, Dog Quotes, Oklahoma, In This World

Buddies in the Saddle

Montana Week at BITS begins with Judy Blunt's memoir of her early life in Montana ranch country. Hers is a far cry from Willa Cather's portrayals of frontier Nebraska. Still, there is something of the same spirit in both writers, each strong-willed, independent-minded, and talented in a world dominated by men. Each maintains a love of the open prairie, but while Alexandra Bergson in O Pioneers! is able to hold her own and thrive on the land, Blunt is hemmed in and frustrated at each turn, a…

The Matador Wagon cook [Harry Stewart] making a cobbler. Matador Ranch, Texas, 1906 Erwin E. Cowboy Art, Cowboy And Cowgirl, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Cowboy Ranch, Western Art, Western Photo

chuck wagon + Texas heat

Cowboy cooks in the Texas heat, here. My dead plants in the Texas heat, here.

Incredible Vintage Photos From The Old West That Capture A Slice Of Pioneer Life Lds, Old West Photos, Pioneer Life, Into The West, Oregon Trail, American Frontier, Le Far West, Mountain Man, The Ranch

Here Are The Oldest Photos Ever Taken In Wyoming And They're Incredible

These vintage photos of Wyoming show that we've come a long way and also remained unchanged.

Navajo Church Rock - a famous Land Mark on the Old Prescott Trail near Fort Wingate - New Mexico by Ben Wittick 1889 Native American History, Native American Indians, Old West Photos, Westerns, New Mexico Usa, American Frontier, Land Of Enchantment, Arizona, Le Far West

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1889, Navajo Church Rock. Famous Land Mark on the Old Prescott Trail, near Fort Wingate, New Mexico

Butch Cassidy when he worked as a cowboy while robbing banks on the side. (image from the Jay Robert Nash Collection) Old West Outlaws, Old West Photos, The Wild Bunch, Sundance Kid, Cowboys And Indians, Real Cowboys, Into The West, Cowboy And Cowgirl, Cowboy Art

The Real Butch Cassidy and His Wild Bunch

Butch Cassidy and his Wild Bunch members were the last of the old-time western bank and train robbers, a colorful group of outlaws with distinctive personalities and a flair for the flamboyant.

Top bushcraft know-hows that all survival hardcore will most likely wish to master now. This is basics for bushcraft survival and will defend your life. Bushcraft Camping, Bushcraft Skills, Bushcraft Gear, Camping And Hiking, Camping Survival, Outdoor Survival, Survival Prepping, Survival Gear, Survival Skills

Capriola Cowboy Complete Bedroll – J.M. Capriola

Capriola Cowboy "Bedroll" Tarp. Our Old Time Capriola Bed Tarp is made of heavy 15 ounce untreated canvas. We use a 17 foot long by 7 foot wide piece of canvas and put in rings and snaps down the center. This Item is sold as a complete Bedroll. (Bed Tarp - Bed Foam - Leather Straps) Since this is a large item you cannot purchase more than 1 at a time. To order more than 1 online you will need to buy them in stages, or you can order over the phone 1-888-738-5816 To use the "bed tarp" you put…

thirtymilesout: “Jesus Olea, Francisco Macais, Juan Grijalva, Clemente Macais Vaqueros of Wickenburg, Arizona ca 1890 ” Old West Photos, Antique Photos, Vintage Photographs, Real Cowboys, Cowboys And Indians, Cowboy Horse, Cowboy Art, Wild West, Billy The Kid

The 100 Best Historical Photos of the American Cowboy | True West Magazine

The earliest known photographs of these iconic Americans are tintypes, taken as early as the 1870s, most likely captured during a trail drive or at an end-of-trail town.

Cowboys at chuck wagon Western Photo, Western Art, Time Pictures, Old Pictures, Horse Drawn Wagon, Cow Boys, Old Wagons, Dutch Ovens, Real Cowboys

Chuckwagon Slideshow | Cowboys at chuck wagon

Cowboys at chuck wagon. Vintage image restored by Kathy Weiser- Alexander.

While trailing cattle to Kansas in the deadly John Wesley Hardin holed up with his Winchester rifle and shot it out against a group of men pursuing him. This unknown cowboy from Caldwell is ar Sheriff, Old West Outlaws, Westerns, Old West Photos, Into The West, The Lone Ranger, Cowboys And Indians, Western Art, Western Photo

100 Best Historical Photos of the American West - True West Magazine

100 Best Historical Photos American Old West - The arrival of the daguerreotype in the 1840s could not have come at a more fortuitous time for the American West. The camera may have missed Lewis and Clark’s explorations in the early part of the century, but it preserved many of the frontier’s moments in time.

This picture was taken in and shows a group of Texas Cowboys pausing for lunch. The men are eating canned tomatoes. Both canned tomatoes and canned peaches were cowboy favorites on the range. Old West Photos, Texas Cowboys, Into The West, Cowboy Art, Cowboy Boots, Texas History, Le Far West, Great Photographers, Mountain Man

Print (Cowboys Eating Dinner under a Tree - Vintage Photograph)

Print (Cowboys Eating Dinner under a Tree - Vintage Photograph)

The Llano County Historical Museum is hosting the exhibit "Vaquero: Genesis of the Texas Cowboy. Western Photo, Western Art, Cowboy Images, Texas Cowboys, Cow Boys, Penny Dreadful, The Old Days, Modern History, Old West

‘Vaquero’ at Llano County Historical Museum

The Llano County Historical Museum is hosting the exhibit "Vaquero: Genesis of the Texas Cowboy."