Joseph "Cowboy" McCoy (December 21, 1837 – October 19, 1915) was a 19th-
century entrepreneur famous for promoting the transport of Longhorn cattle from ...
Joseph McCoy was born December 21, 1837, in Sangamon County, Illinois, to
David and Mary (Kirkpatrick) McCoy. McCoy spent a couple of years at Knox ...
Joseph McCoy is the managing partner of Bryan Cave's Chicago office with more
than 15 years of experience documenting, negotiating and closing complex ...
Joseph McCoy, Abilene, Wichita. Joseph McCoy on left with his brother, James.
Photo courtesy Dickinson County Historical Society.
Chisholm Trail History. Jesse Chisholm and Joseph McCoy. Scot-Cherokee
trader Jesse Chisholm first marked the famous Chisholm Trail in 1864 for his ...
Joseph G. McCoy's landmark description of Western cattle trade in the nineteenth
century, published in 1874. If you have a question, the answer is probably ...
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On December 21, 1837, Joseph Geiting McCoy was born on a farm in Sangamon
County, Illinois to David and Mary (Kirkpatrick) McCoy. He schooled in the ...
Longhorn cattle, cowboys, Abilene, Kansas and Joseph G. McCoy all became
sysnoymous with the wild, barely tamed life of the drovers on the Chisholm Trail
In 1867, Joseph McCoy, an Illinois livestock dealer, assured the skeptic public
that he could move 200,000 head of cattle from Texas in ten years by connecting