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cowboys art prints - like this one. just read story ( mail order brides of the west Evie -ok ok so I like historical western romances) reminds me of the male lead- Chance and one of his new calves

Wild West Paintings - A Cheyenne Brave  by Frederic Remington

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Unknown cowboy -- I believe the small print states the year 1887

I have always had a wistful, romantic vision of the rough-around-the-edge, tobacco-chewing, cattle-roping, bow-legged.

Image detail for -tr-art-literatur(e): Martin Grelle

Martin Grelle Artist Hand Signed Open Edition Canvas Giclee:"Teller of Tales " Artist: Martin Grelle Title: Teller of Tales Medium / Edition: Open Edition Personally Signed By Martin Greele Image size: Open Signed x Ab.

Scots-Irish settling the American Frontier.  "Whole families walked hundreds of miles, some of them using cows as pack animals.  These were uncommonly tough people, used to hardship.  They asked for nothing from the government or anyone else, and nothing is what they usually received."  (fm the book, "Born Fighting" by Jim Webb) art by David Wright

The Spirit of America - A lot of Scots-Irish settled the American Frontier!

[Métis] Buffalo Hunter Spitting a Bullet into a Gun. by Frederic Remington n.d. Courtesy Frederic Remington Art Museum. Métis hunters often "ran" buffalo with a sawed-off musket, a mouthful of balls, a powder horn, reloaded on the run, directed their horses only with their knees and dropped the muzzle to shoot before the ball rolled out the barrel. They sometimes over-loaded on a run, maiming hands and fingers. Repeating rifles later added to the efficiency of the Métis buffalo hunters. JE

Frederic Sackrider Remington Buffalo Hunter Spitting a Bullet Into a Gun ink wash and watercolor on paper, Art Museum, Ogdensburg, New York.