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Wyoming Rodeo Cowboy on Bucking Horse State Symbol - Machine Applique and Embroidery Design - 6 Versions and multiple sizes
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Annie PROULX Brokeback Mountain Éd. Grasset, 2006 Brokeback Mountain : un bout de terre sauvage, hors du temps, dans les plaines du Wyoming. Ennis del Mar et jack Twist, cow-boys, nomades du désert américain, saisonniers des ranchs, n'ont pas vingt ans. Ils se croisent le temps d'un été. La rencontre est fulgurante.
Nathan D. Champion second from left (1857 – 1892). Nate Champion was a key figure in the Johnson County War of April 1892. Falsely accused by a wealthy Wyoming cattlemen’s association of being a rustler, Champion was the first person murdered by a band of hit men hired by the cattlemen. In reality, Champion was simply a small rancher who stood up against the big cattlemen’s practice of claiming all unbranded young cattle on the range. He is celebrated for his heroic stand in his besieged…
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Another early-day black cowboy was Bose Ikard. He was born a slave in Mississippi in 1847 and grew up in Texas. After the Civil War, he work...
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Charles Goodnight - one of the responsible parties for The Goodnight-Loving Trail for driving cattle to market. Spanning more than 2,000 miles from Texas to Wyoming, it was first used by Goodnight and Loving in 1866.
Charles D. Kirkland, Wyoming Cow-boy, c. 1877–95 From the intro: "In the late 1800s Kirkland became known for portraits of Wyoming cowboys and straightforward descriptions of ranch life." (But these are dress clothes.)