We were not so new to the country as not to know that the solitary life of many a plainsman
had a tendency to develop eccentricities of conduct and character not always easily distinguishable from mental aberration.
Yes; but a plainsman
who lives in a hut knows only the four walls of his hut.
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In this case, the beautiful Plainsman
rifle on the wall of the Happy Burro Chili & Beer is a replica
Ultimately, with Law of the Plainsman
(1959-60), NBC gave us Native American sheriff Sam Buckhart, played by Michael Ansara, an actor born in Syria.
He ran wagon trains to Santa Fe, fought off "Indian attacks", survived the American Civil War, drove a stagecoach, and lived as a plainsman
on the frontier.
Built in 1982, the property is located at 3535 Plainsman
Lane in Bryan, approximately two miles from Texas A&M University.
It turns out that moccasin sole shape was important in historic times, according to Wallace and Hoebel in their book on the Comanche, "Early plainsman
claimed that they were able to identify the tribe to which a party belonged from the moccasin tracks.
As part of Medalta Ceramics Centre's (Medicine Hat, Canada) long-term sustainability plan, it assumed control of Plainsman
Clays Ltd from I-XL Ltd, effective 1 May, 2015.
But this one remains as taciturn as the rugged plainsman
who will never get to wear it, because you just had to have a cowboy hat.
and from 1999-2002, he was publisher of the Huron Plainsman
in South Dakota.
His accuracy is near-mythical, as was his ability to wipe out entire herds of animals from one stand, but whether or not those stories are true, it's likely an experienced plainsman
could outshoot today's average optics-assisted shooter.