Information and locations of burial places of famous characters of the Old West including outlaws, lawmen, gunfighters, Native American chiefs, and more.
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Sheriff Pat Garrett Wild West Lawman that gunned down Billy the Kid
Pancho Villa's death mask -- look close, you can see the bullet hole in his forehead. History Collection NMHM, DCA, Gift of Mayor Sam Pick for City of Santa Fe. Photo by Blair Clark, DCA.
Santiago Santos Ramirez Arrest Mugshot Santa Fe, New Mexico
Dennis Hopper mugshot from 1975
Florida police use black suspects mugshots for target practice
Wanted: Santa Claus… de Kevin Dooley
A bullwhacker with his whip, circa These were the men who cracked bullwhips to keep the yoked oxen of the the freight wagons moving, made camp every evening to feed, water and rest themselves and their beasts. (Zane Grey just called them "freighters.
Buffalo Bill Cody was a guide and courier for Sheridan and Buffalo hunter for the Kansas-Pacific Railroad during the time Sheridan was commander of the Department of the Missouri
John Chisum Cattle Baron He founded one of the largest cattle ranches in the American West. Born: John Simpson Chisum on August 1824 & died December 1884 of throat cancer.
Antique photo, R to L: Jesse James, brother Frank James and Charles Fletcher “Fletch” Taylor.
Lawman Bill Tilghman led a colorful life and even did battle with the Dalton Gang and the Wild Bunch. Bat Masterson hailed him as "the greatest of us all." Tilghman devoted 51 years to law enforcement and became know as … “THE LAST OLD TIME SHERIFF.” http://tomrizzo.com/last-old-time-sheriff/
Her sister-in-law Adelia Earp described Lou as ". a stunning looker . a fine person . and a clever young lady ." who was well-educated and ".
The outlaw cowboys in this photo are not identified, but some historians believe the man standing is outlaw chief John Kinney, who led a gang of horse thieves and cattle rustlers during the all while running his own ranch just west of the Rio Grande.