1870 – Born on December 5th in Williamson County, Texas. American rodeo cowboy who introduced bulldogging, a modern rodeo event that involves wrestling a running steer to the ground. 1900 – He became a showman, sponsored by Lee Moore, a Texas rodeo entrepreneur. 1907 – Pickett signed with the 101 Ranch Wild West Show, becoming ..
1969 – Born on October 11th in Phoenix, Arizona. 1988 – Professional rodeo/bull rider. 1989-1994 – He was the world all-around champion. – World bull riding champion. – Inducted into the Rodeo Hall of Fame of the Rodeo Historical Society (a support group of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum). ..
1847 – Born on the 5th of September in Clay County, Missouri United States of America. 1863 – At the age of sixteen he joined the Quantrill’s Raiders an irregular guerrilla group of the Civil War. 1866 – He joined the gang who first armed robbery of a bank in peacetime, holding up ..
US gunfighter, dentist and gambler, friend of Wyatt Earp. 1851 – Born- August 15th, Griffin, Georgia 1881 – fought alongside Wyatt Earp, Morgan Earp, and Virgil Earp in gunfight at O. K. Corral. grazed by bullet but survived. &nb..
1837 – born – May 27th, Troy Grove, Illinois. His real name was James Butler Hickok. He took part in the Kansas struggle preceeding the Civil War, was a driver of the Butterfield stage line, and gained fame as a gunfighter. 1855 – he left his father’s farm to become a stage coach driver on ..
1860 – Born on January 31, in Ray County, Missouri, 1879 – Bob joined the James Gang in 1879. Mostly a "hanger-on" he did odd jobs and held the horses for the gang during robberies. 1882 – When an argument erupted between gang members Wood Hite and Dick Liddell in January, it quickly turned ..
1848 – Born on the 19th of March at Monmouth, Illinois U.S.A. 1865 – He works as a "stagecoach" driver (a type of four-wheeled enclosed passenger and drawn by four horses). 1868 – He became a "teamster" driver (a person who drove a team of cows). – He became ..
1860 – Born on the 21st of October Arizona U.S.A. 1881 – He began to make a name for himself, insisted he be called "Billy the Kid" after the death of William Bonney. 1882 – He made trouble with the Earps and Holliday and he fled to Arizona disappearing for several months. ..