Yippie-yi-yay! 150 Years Later, You Can Travel the Historic Chisholm Trail

It was one of the most popular roads in Texas, back in its heyday. Named after a fur trader in modern-day Oklahoma, the historic Chisholm Trail fueled the state's economy after the Civil War, from 1867 to 1884.Now, all along the way in Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas, western history buffs are celebrating 150 years of the Chisholm Trail. You can still see wagon ruts in the earth from where 20 million head of cattle were herded north, way-markers that kept drivers on track, and the natural beauty of one of Texas' most historic road trips.  Continue reading...

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