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“”Ma, do cowboys eat grass?
No dear. They’re part human.”
Charles M. Russell (see: Wk. 43, 10/24/1926)
“Cowboys are cash with me.”
Fredrick S. Remington – Artist (1895)
“He becomes deeply and famously drunk!”
Alfred Henry Lewis (1902)
describing a cowboy’s activity after the herd is sold
“Here is the last of Jack Zimick”
Just before shooting himself in the head after having lost $2,000; the Gorman and & Co. cowboy’s payroll in a poker game.
Smith Saloon & Rooming House – Kinsley, KS (Fall 1878)
quoted by Deadwood Dick who was present
The Life and Adventures of Nat Love Better Known in the Cattle Country as Deadwood Dick (1907)
“Dead men don’t steal no cattle.”