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The authors, however, as in the first edition, insist that Jim Chisholm's father drove the first herds of cattle out of Texas to the northern markets and that the trail led through Mineral Wells, Vernon, and Doan's Crossing, even 1 Also often spelled Stilwell. Page 13 though history differs with them. In the first place, this was not the original Chisholm Trail, as they claim, but the Western Trail, which was established several years later when the railroads had moved farther west in Kansas and settlers had blocked the old trail.
Again, Arnold has Wyatt riding shotgun messenger on the stage lines and holding a deputy U. S. marshal's commission at the same time. " This is not true. None of them were ever elected to office, although Virgil was appointed city marshal to fill out White's term, and he deputized his brothers Wyatt and Morgan at various times. In elections Virgil was twice defeated for city marshal and Wyatt twice defeated for sheriff. Arnold is rather careless with his facts when he describes the robbery of the stagecoach when Bud Philpot was killed.
Injun summer. As told by Bill Walker. Caldwell, Idaho, the Caxton printers, 1952. This book was written by Mrs. Baber from the oral account of Bill Walker. He did very well when telling of his own experiences, but, like most old-timers, he mixed fact and fiction when he began talking about outlaws and gunmen. " This, of course, is not true, regardless of how many times it has been said. "Mrs. Bonney worked in the mining camps," he continues, "cooking for the miners, washing clothes, doing all sorts of odd jobs that showed up, and was looked on as a good, straight woman.