Shoe Bar Ranch Hoodlum Wagon and Some of the Boys, 1912 accompanied a chuck wagon on cattle drives and transported additional food, bedrolls, branding irons, and other supplies. It was usually driven by the “Hood” — the wrangler who watched over the horse herd at night. At its peak the Shoe Bar range covered 350,000 acres of leased land and 110,000 acres of land bought in Donley, Hall, and Briscoe counties. The cattle numbered around 50,000 head, with an annual calf crop of 14,000.
Pioneer Settlers, Homesteaders, Covered Wagon - Circa 1890 Vintage Photo Photo
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thirty miles out
Mex John Making Pies, 1888 The cook was generally the last of the cowboys to go to bed, except for those on guard duty, of course. The last chore for the cook was to point the tongue of the chuck...
A rare image of Tallyho Coaching. Sioux City party Coaching at the Great Hot Springs of Dakota. It was taken in 1889 by Grabill, John C. H., photographer. The image shows Horse-drawn stagecoach carrying formally dressed women, children, and men.
Stage running between Rifle and Meeker, Colo. :: Photographs - Western History
View of a horse drawn stagecoach between Rifle (Garfield County) and Meeker (Rio Blanco County), Colorado. [between 1890 and 1900]
Texas State Vehicle, Chuck Wagon (SCINAME), from NETSTATE.COM
This page offers information about the Texas state vehicle, the Chuck Wagon, and its adoption as the official state vehicle.
EVEN COWBOYS GET THE BLUES | VINTAGE PHOTOS OF DUDES IN DENIM
– Times sure have changed. Playing “Cowboys & Indians” outside has been replaced with playing “Halo” or “Call of Duty” in a darkened room. Heck, it…