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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

Bills and his daughter Pauline The Official Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco, Texas

Francis Augustus Hamer, Texas Ranger, Hall of Fame inductee

A true Texas hero! Francis Augustus Hamer "Frank" Joined Tecas Rangers in In 1908 resigned the Rangers and became City Marshal of Navasota, Texas. Rejoined the Rangers in

William A. A. Wallace "Big Foot" born April 3, 1817. He was a fmous Texas Ranger who took part in many of the military conflicts of the Republic of Texas in the 1840s including the Mexican-American War

Wallace "Big Foot" born April a famous Texas Ranger who took part in many of the military conflicts of the Republic of Texas in the including the Mexican-American War

C. L. “Kid” Rogers served in the Texas Rangers from 1886 to 1898, and from 1899 - 1901. The Official Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco, Texas | Learn About the History or Rangers Past and Present

“Kid” Rogers served in the Texas Rangers from 1886 to and from 1899 - The Official Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco, Texas.

Statute of Texas Ranger

Statute of Texas Ranger

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Make no mistake about this “Rawhide Ranger.” Though posed in a photographer’s…

Texas Rangers, 1915, during the “Mexican bandit trouble” spilling over the borders from la revolución mexicana. Shown left to right: John Cordway, Deputy Sheriff; Clint Adkins; Edgar Turcotte, Deputy Sheriff; T. Armstrong; and Charlie Armstrong, Rancher. Courtesy of the Portal to Texas History.

gunsandposes: “ Texas Rangers, during the “Mexican bandit trouble” spilling over the borders from la revolución mexicana. Shown left to right: John Cordway, Deputy Sheriff;

One Riot, One Ranger.  The Official Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco, Texas |

Gillett, Texas Ranger who captured Onofre Baca in Mexico and returned him to Texas for trial. He also took part in putting down both the Mason County War and the Horrell-Higgins feud, and the last gun-battle with hostile Indians in Texas.

[Texas Rangers]. Nat B. Jones Photograph, circa 1920. Measuring 3.25" x 5.75", Nat Jones, who went by the nickname "Kiowa," sits on a box crate holding a lever action, .30 Army Winchester Model 1895, the ubiquitous Colt revolver (with ivory handles) holstered on his right hip.

Nat B. Jones Photograph, circa Nat Jones, who went by the nickname "Kiowa," sits on a box crate holding a lever action, Army Winchester Model the ubiquitous Colt revolver (with ivory handles) holstered on his right hip.

Captain Junius Peak of the Texas Rangers, ca1878, with a quick Snapseed fix up to the dark tintype image.

captain junius peak of the texas rangers circa with a quick snapseed fix up to the dark tintype image

Texas Rangers with dead Mexican rebels, the morning after the Norias Ranch Raid, August 9, 1915.

Monroe Fox and two other Texas Rangers on horseback with their lariats around the bodies of dead Mexican bandits after the Las Norias bandit raid on October

Texas Ranger Frank Smith, ca. 1888.

Texas ranger frank smith photo company d frontier battalion old west 1888 #20604

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