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1. Abilene: A Detour off I-70 Brings You to The City of the Plains Abilene: A Detour off I-70 Brings You to The City of the Plains March, 2004 Article describes historic and other attractions in Abilene, Kansas, the boyhood home of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, and the end of the Chisholm Trail.

2. Bill Fossett Bill Fossett Winter 2001 Biographical article about W. D. Fossett, or Bill Fossett (1851-1940), "a frontiersman, pioneer, detective and marshal" in "Old West" Kansas and Oklahoma (then Indian Territory). Native of New York moving...

3. Chisholm Trail Chisholm Trail

4. Deadwood Dick: Thousands of Black Cowboys Played Big Roles in 'Winning the West' Deadwood Dick: Thousands of Black Cowboys Played Big Roles in 'Winning the West' January-February 1975 Vertical file with biographical article and photographic portrait of Deadwood Dick, or Nat Love (1854-1921), an African American cowboy of the Old West. He was born in a slave cabin in Tennessee and moved...

5. Gettin' Along on the Texas-Chisholm Trail Gettin' Along on the Texas-Chisholm Trail April 2004 Article describes modern travel along the Texas-Chisholm Trail, from Kingsville,Texas, to Abilene, Kansas. This trail, among others from Texas to Kansas and Missouri (such as the lesser known Western and...

6. Head 'Em Up, Move 'Em Out: The Legacy of the Chisholm Trail Head 'Em Up, Move 'Em Out: The Legacy of the Chisholm Trail Summer//1997 History of the Chisholm Trail, "[b]eginning in 1867 with the great long drives from Texas to Kansas, with illustrations, photos, and map.

7. Hell's in Session Hell's in Session October 1, 2006 Detailed analysis of a December 17, 1881 gunfight in Caldwell, Kansas. The author writes that Caldwell, located on the Chisholm Trail, was founded some 80 miles south of Wichita by residents of the latter...

8. Hit the Trail Hit the Trail April 1, 2006 Special illustrated advertising section describing historical and contemporary destinations along the Chisholm Trail, from Brownsville, Texas to Abilene, Kansas. Includes a map, resource guide with contact...

9. Jesse Chisholm Jesse Chisholm 2005 Book portrays the life of cattle trail namesake Jesse Chisholm. He was born in 1805 or 1806, a half breed of Cherokee and white ancestry and the son of Ignatius Chisholm. He apparently died April 4, 1868....

10. Miracle of the Chisholm Trail Miracle of the Chisholm Trail 1967

11. Tales of the Kansas Cow Towns [The Buffalo Hunters, Part Three] Tales of the Kansas Cow Towns [The Buffalo Hunters, Part Three] November/8/1930 Photos and article (third in a series of four articles) about Wyatt Earp's travels in the Kansas prairies in the early 1870s, highlighting his early law enforcement experiences with cowboys and outlaws...

12. Two Trails, One Chisholm, the Other Chisum, Followed by Cattle Herds Two Trails, One Chisholm, the Other Chisum, Followed by Cattle Herds July/26/1946 Comparison and contrasts between two often confused Western trails, the Chisholm and the Chisum. The former "blazed" by Jesse Chisholm from San Antonio to Abilene, Kansas, and the second by John C. Chisum...