Charles Siringo - He "rid the Chisholm trail" driving 2,000 head of cattle from Austin to Kansas

Charles Siringo - He "rid the Chisholm trail" driving 2,000 head of cattle from Austin to Kansas

John Wesley Hardin was a gunfighter he was one of the deadliest killers of that era he once shot a man through a wall for snoring and even Wild Bill wanted no part of him

John Wesley Hardin was a gunfighter he was one of the deadliest killers of that era he once shot a man through a wall for snoring and even Wild Bill wanted no part of him

Mesmerizing Historical Photos From The Wild Wild West  |  Historian Insight  "I never killed a man who didn't need killin'"  "Wild Bill" Hickhock

Mesmerizing Historical Photos From The Wild Wild West | Historian Insight "I never killed a man who didn't need killin'" "Wild Bill" Hickhock

Notorious killer Jim Millerames "Jim" Brown Miller, aka: "Deacon" Miller, "Killer Miller (1861-1909) - One of the worst of the many violent men of the Old West, James B. Miller was seemingly one of those "bad seeds" from an early age. Often impeccably dressed with good manners, he didn't smoke or drink and often attended church, earning him the nickname "Deacon Miller." But, he was a wolf in sheep's clothing.

Notorious killer Jim Millerames "Jim" Brown Miller, aka: "Deacon" Miller, "Killer Miller (1861-1909) - One of the worst of the many violent men of the Old West, James B. Miller was seemingly one of those "bad seeds" from an early age. Often impeccably dressed with good manners, he didn't smoke or drink and often attended church, earning him the nickname "Deacon Miller." But, he was a wolf in sheep's clothing.

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