This photograph depicts a cattle drive en route for the Kansas Pacific Railway. History enthusiasts are supporting plans to place the Chisholm and Western trails in the National Historic Trails system. The picture is titled Col. O. W. Wheeler’s Herd en Route for Kansas Pacific Railway, 1867.
This photograph depicts a cattle drive en route for the Kansas Pacific Railway. History enthusiasts are supporting plans to place the Chisholm and Western trails in the National Historic Trails system. The picture is titled Col. O. W. Wheeler’s Herd en Route for Kansas Pacific Railway, 1867. University of Texas at Austin’s Briscoe Center for American History University of Texas at Austin’s Briscoe Center for American History
This photograph depicts a cattle drive en route for the Kansas Pacific Railway. History enthusiasts are supporting plans to place the Chisholm and Western trails in the National Historic Trails system. The picture is titled Col. O. W. Wheeler’s Herd en Route for Kansas Pacific Railway, 1867. University of Texas at Austin’s Briscoe Center for American History University of Texas at Austin’s Briscoe Center for American History

Designation would put Texas trails on the national map

March 10, 2015 09:52 AM

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