Belle Starr, sitting sidesaddle staring intently at one of the Roeder brothers, photographers in Fort Smith, Arkansas. She is wearing a single loop holster with a pearl-handled revolver, with a riding crop and is wearing leather gloves. This was taken in 1886, about three years before her death in Indian Territory at the hands of an unknown shooter.
Lulu Parr - Her skill with the gun caught the attention of Pawnee Bill, who signed her to his show in 1903. She left that show but came back in 1911. By that time, Pawnee Bill had joined Buffalo Bill’s show. Buffalo Bill was so in awe of Lulu’s willingness to ride unbroken ponies that he presented her with an ivory-handled Colt single-action revolver, engraved with “Buffalo Bill Cody to Lulu Parr—1911.” http://www.pinterest.com/eldridgep01/old-west/
Lieutenant Pleasant Porter, 2nd Creek Cavalry, Confederate. He was praised by Cherokee General Stand Watie for capturing seven revolver armed Kansas Cavalry men at the battle of Flat Rock Ford (September 16, 1864 near Wagoner, Oklahoma). He has a Colt 1851 navy revolver.
An unidentified union cavalry soldier, Indian home guard. The Indian home guard were Oklahoma native troops fighting for the union. He has an officers rank, by seeing part of an embroidered badge on his plume hat. He holds a .44 army revolver and a M1860 sabre.