Chisholm Trail


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a former cattle trail from San Antonio in Texas to Abilene in Kansas

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Chisholm Trail Longhorn Beef can be found year-round through Texas Daily Harvest or at restaurants and retail locations across the Metroplex.
The arrival of barbed-wire fences, which blocked off long stretches of the Chisholm Trail, helped seal the longhorns' demise.
Life on the Old Chisholm Trail is good, not only for frugal diners but also for bowhunters looking for big whitetails.
The Lomax home was near a branch of the old Chisholm Trail, "the cattle route that extended from Texas to Montana," where the singing of cowboys was often heard.
Title of the Work of Art: The Chisholm Trail Cattle Drive
When Howard Hawks brought Borden Chase's novel The Chisholm Trail to the silver screen, he cast John Wayne in one of the Duke's few antihero roles and offered a dark study of courage stripped of justice or decency.
Visitors can now take the famous Chisholm trail, where in the 1800s millions of longhorn cattle were driven to the Kansas railheads.
In later years, historically famous cattle barons of the 1880's -- Shanghai Pierce and Robert Stafford -- gathered cattle ranging over the area during the Chisholm Trail drive days.
One of the city's best examples of downtown revitalization is the Fort Worth Convention Center that sits on the site of what was once "Hell's Half Acre," a seedy district where cowhands had their last fling before heading out on the Chisholm Trail.
In later years, historically famous cattle barons of the 1880's--Shanghai Pierce and Robert Stafford--gathered cattle ranging over the area during the Chisholm Trail drive days.
One of the Dear America/My Name Is America series of stories focusing on the adventures of young boys meeting challenges, this escapade focuses on an 1871 cattle drive along the Chisholm Trail and the adventures of Joshua Loper, a 16-year-old black cowboy.
More than a century ago, along routes such as the Chisholm Trail, drovers counted on unsettled country stretching from San Antonio, Texas, northward to provide abundant grass and water for cattle.
She was then cast opposite Wayne in Hawks' ``Red River,'' the big Chisholm Trail cattle-drive epic of 1948.
Fort Worth was settled as an Army outpost in 1849 and was the last stop of the old Chisholm Trail as cowboys drove their cattle north to Kansas City.
It was the land of the great cattle drives, of John Chisholm and the Chisholm Trail, of the great Indian leader Quanah Parker and notorious gunfighters like John Wesley Hardin and Sam Bass.