This Ranger, whose identity is lost to time, is dressed in functional cowboy gear that is typical of clothing worn by the Rocky Mountain Rangers. His hat identifies the one concession to military dress code: the upturned brim signifies affiliation with the Canadian Militia. The 1876 Winchester .45-75 was the Rangers’ weapons of choice. This Ranger also has a Smith & Wesson New Model No. 3 single-action revolver tucked in in his chaps. – Courtesy Glenbow Archives
It’s no real secret: Dallas kids are just the coolest. They’re already surpassing our follower count on Instagram and don’t even have to try to look super-cute cute in cowboy gear (swoon). Oh, and they also have impossibly hipper monikers than we do. Here’s our list of 18 names inspired by the iconic sites, streets and people of Dallas.