Chisholm Trail


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

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We further strengthened Nostra Terra's balance sheet post-period, through the 250,000 we raised in July and the completion of the sale of the Company's interest in the Chisholm Trail prospect for $2.
UK-based oil and gas exploration and production company Nostra Terra Oil and Gas Co plc (AIM: NTOG) has closed the sale of its 20% stake in the Chisholm Trail Prospect for USD 2.
The Chisholm Trail is an icon of the "cattle kingdom.
The arrival of barbed-wire fences, which blocked off long stretches of the Chisholm Trail, helped seal the longhorns' demise.
Located 60 miles south of Wichita, Caldwell, Kansas, sits on the Old Chisholm Trail just north of the Oklahoma border.
From the 12-foot-diameter cupola, you can see where the Chisholm Trail crossed the Salt Fork Arkansas River just 100 yards from the barn.
In addition, the committee was privileged to visit the Chisholm Trail Museum for a luncheon and tour to learn more about the local area's history.
It wasn't until Wayne made director Howard Hawks' rugged tale of the first cattle drive up the Chisholm Trail that he became a full-fledged super-star.
The city has created a community park for residents to enjoy, as well as a pedestrian and bike path that educates users about the Chisholm Trail, which cowboys once used to drive cattle through the city.
Joshua's Journey: A Black Cowboy Rides the Chisholm Trail, Exhibit based on the children's book, The Journal of Joshua Loper, the story of a 16-year-old Black cowboy.
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
The Chisholm Trail, with wagon tracks still plainly visible from the air, is close by.
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.
In Get Along Little Dogies: The Chisholm Trail Diary of Hallie Lou Wells, fifth-generation Texan Lisa Waller Rogers re-creates late 19th-century life in the Lone Star State for middle-school readers.