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Ranger L. C. Bills and his daughter Pauline The Official Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco, Texas | Learn About the History or Rangers Past and Present

Ranger L. C. Bills and his daughter Pauline The Official Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco, Texas | Learn About the History or Rangers Past and Present

Texas Ranger W. Emmett Robuck paid the ultimate price while enforcing the law in the lower Rio Grande Valley, landing him the unfortunate notoriety as the first Ranger to be murdered at the Rio Grande’s edge after the 1901 formation of the legendary Ranger Force.

Texas Ranger W. Emmett Robuck paid the ultimate price while enforcing the law in the lower Rio Grande Valley, landing him the unfortunate notoriety as the first Ranger to be murdered at the Rio Grande’s edge after the 1901 formation of the legendary Ranger Force.

On Feb 28, 1885 Ranger Captain Josephus Shely (pic) testified against Charles Yeager, charged with murder of US Marshal Harrington Lee Gosling on Feb 21. Gosling and deputies were transporting Yeager and Jim Pitts by train from Austin to Chester, Illinois. Yeager and Pitts pulled smuggled revolvers, murdered Marshal Gosling, fought with deputies and leaped from the moving train. Pitts was mortally wounded. Captain Shely found Yeager the next day. Shely was pall bearer at the Gosling's…

On Feb 28, 1885 Ranger Captain Josephus Shely (pic) testified against Charles Yeager, charged with murder of US Marshal Harrington Lee Gosling on Feb 21. Gosling and deputies were transporting Yeager and Jim Pitts by train from Austin to Chester, Illinois. Yeager and Pitts pulled smuggled revolvers, murdered Marshal Gosling, fought with deputies and leaped from the moving train. Pitts was mortally wounded. Captain Shely found Yeager the next day. Shely was pall bearer at the Gosling's…

Jules Baker and Henry Lee Ransom, Texas Rangers, Captain Ransom was shot and killed while investigating a shooting in 1918.

Jules Baker and Henry Lee Ransom, Texas Rangers, Captain Ransom was shot and killed while investigating a shooting in 1918.

RANGERS: Early Texas Rangers Talvez os homens da lei mais célebres do Oeste foram os Texas Rangers. Comanches, não bandidos, foram os principais adversários dos Rangers nos anos imediatamente seguintes a Guerra Civil. Fotos de Texas Rangers tomadas antes de 1870 são raros. Este um dos James Thomas Bird (à esquerda) e John J. Haynes foi tirada em 1868 e mostra os jovens lutadores indianos equipados mais como guerrilheiros da guerra civil do que os posteriores cowboys do Texas.

RANGERS: Early Texas Rangers Talvez os homens da lei mais célebres do Oeste foram os Texas Rangers. Comanches, não bandidos, foram os principais adversários dos Rangers nos anos imediatamente seguintes a Guerra Civil. Fotos de Texas Rangers tomadas antes de 1870 são raros. Este um dos James Thomas Bird (à esquerda) e John J. Haynes foi tirada em 1868 e mostra os jovens lutadores indianos equipados mais como guerrilheiros da guerra civil do que os posteriores cowboys do Texas.

Henry Andrew "Heck" Thomas went to work for the Fort Worth for a year. The famed "Hanging Judge", Isaac Parker appointed him a deputy US Marshall out of Fort Smith, Arkansas. From 1886 to 1900, his jurisdiction was the Indian Territory, now known as Oklahoma. Famed for his bravery, integrity, and fairness, he quickly became a legend. Teamed up with Bill Tilghman and Chris Madsen, they were soon known as the "Three Guardsmen"

Henry Andrew "Heck" Thomas went to work for the Fort Worth for a year. The famed "Hanging Judge", Isaac Parker appointed him a deputy US Marshall out of Fort Smith, Arkansas. From 1886 to 1900, his jurisdiction was the Indian Territory, now known as Oklahoma. Famed for his bravery, integrity, and fairness, he quickly became a legend. Teamed up with Bill Tilghman and Chris Madsen, they were soon known as the "Three Guardsmen"

This photo shows the transition to more advancing technology; these Winchester warriors wear cartridge belts stuffed with modern-era smokeless powder rifle cartridges. (Standing, from left) Herff Alexander Carnes, Sam McKenzie and Arthur Beech. (Seated, from left) Tom Ross, Albert Mace and John R. Hughes.  Courtesy Texas Ranger Research Center, Texas Ranger Hall of Fame & Museum

This photo shows the transition to more advancing technology; these Winchester warriors wear cartridge belts stuffed with modern-era smokeless powder rifle cartridges. (Standing, from left) Herff Alexander Carnes, Sam McKenzie and Arthur Beech. (Seated, from left) Tom Ross, Albert Mace and John R. Hughes. Courtesy Texas Ranger Research Center, Texas Ranger Hall of Fame & Museum

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