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A Texas Cow Boy [Illustrated]

Charles A. Siringo January 21, 2019

ABOUT THE AUTHOR Charlie Siringo was born in Matagorda County, Texas to an Irish immigrant mother and an Italian immigrant father from Piedmont He attended public school until reaching the age of 15, when he started working on local ranches as a cowboy In March, April and May 1877, Siringo was in Dodge City, Kansas during an alleged confrontation between Clay Allison anABOUT THE AUTHOR Charlie Siringo was born in Matagorda County, Texas to an Irish immigrant mother and an Italian immigrant father from Piedmont He attended public school until reaching the age of 15, when he started working on local ranches as a cowboy In March, April and May 1877, Siringo was in Dodge City, Kansas during an alleged confrontation between Clay Allison and Wyatt Earp, Earp was a Deputy Marshal at the time Earp later claimed, after Allison s death in 1887, that he and Bat Masterson had forced Allison to back down from an impending confrontation Siringo, however, later gave a written account of that incident which contradicted Earp s claim, stating that Earp never came into contact with Allison, and that two businessmen, cattleman Dick McNulty and the owner of the Long Branch Saloon, Chalkley Beeson, in Dodge City actually defused the situation After taking part in several cattle drives, Siringo stopped herding to settle down, get married 1884 , and opened a merchant business in Caldwell, Kansas He began writing a book, entitled A Texas Cowboy Or Fifteen Years on the Hurricane Deck of a Spanish Pony A year later, it was published, to wide acclaim, and became one of the first true looks into life as a cowboy written by someone who had actually lived the life This pre 1923 publication has been converted from its original format for the Kindle and may contain an occasional defect from the original publication or from the conversion.


  • Title: A Texas Cow Boy [Illustrated]
  • Author: Charles A. Siringo
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  • Page: 379
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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