Manning’s Peak

By "The Cowboy" Jim Gray

The great cattle trail known as the Chisholm Trail was a natural pathway that had actually been followed by early Plains Indians long before Jesse Chisholm’s wagons cut a well-defined trail into Indian Territory. Chisholm’s greatest contribution to the trail was his unerring ability to adjust the route to good creek and river crossings that could accommodate regular wagon traffic.

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