The Chisholm Trail was a trail used in the post-Civil War era to drive cattle
overland, from ... Texas ranchers using the Chisholm Trail started on the route
from either the Rio Grande or San Antoni...
The Chisholm Trail was the major route out of Texas for livestock. ... The cattle did
not follow a clearly defined trail except at river crossings; when dozens of ...
On this day in History, Founder of Chisholm Trail dies on Mar 04, 1868. ... only
nine senators and 13 representatives showed up to begin negotiations...
The Chisholm Trail was not the longest cattle trail but probably became the most
famous ... Cattle drives from Texas started as early as 1836 with some ranchers
using this method to get ... This did not mark the end of cattle drives to Kansas.
... Chisholm Trail. (Where it started, where it ended, the years of usage and stuff
like that.) ... Did the Chisholm Trail run through my community? Can you tell me ...
really existed or if cattle pens really had been built to accommodate the herds.
But what did they have to lose? The ranchers signed on. Indian Trail Blazers
Chisholm Trail's history, including the exact route and even its ... meat packing
centers in the east were beginning to be .... Lockhart drover put it, a man did not.
The Chisholm and other cattle trails–such as the Western, Goodnight-Loving and
... so did the northern end of the Chisholm Trail–from Abilene to Ellsworth,
Ellsworth to ... While the cook started a fire with the fuels he had–sometimes
Nine million cattle were driven over trails from Texas to northern markets
between 1867 ... Even so, it was merely the beginning of the world's fascination
with the ...
This year,  the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Chisholm Trail, will
... trail in its beginning was approximately 220 miles long, but in its life of almost
..... associates did an enormous business and were men of wealth and influence