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Wranglers in Color

Your Source for Limited and Open Edition Prints, Figures and Gifts by African American Artists.

Charles Sampson puts on his chaps and riding glove as he "prepares" for a bull ride. •.♡.• Credit: Kate Miyamoto / USFWS

Charles Sampson puts on his chaps and riding glove as he prepares for a bull ride.

World-famous Rodeo Clown, Leon Coffee has a list of accomplishments that continues to grow. A United States Army veteran, bullfighter, and "man in the can," the lifetime gold card member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA), (joined in 1973) has TV, rodeo commentary, documentaries, color commentaries, commercials, and even movies (including 8 Seconds, My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys and Jericho, 2001) to his credit.

World-famous Rodeo Clown, Leon Coffee has a list of accomplishments that…

Forgotten Cowboys | The Working Cowboys

The stunning photography of John Ferguson gives a close up view of the working cowboy.

Allan Harris explores the Old West on his latest CD, but he's equally ...

Jazzman Allan Harris Tells a Cowboy Tale

Allan Harris explores the Old West on his latest CD, but he's equally .

caballero moreno - A portrait of a Sioux Indian smoking a cigarette. Photograph by John A. Johnson, c. 1908.

Today's picture was taken in 1908 and shows a Sioux Indian. The man is wearing a unique combination of both Cowboy and Indian items. I wish I knew more about this man, and his background.

1800 Black Cherokee Princess

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Atlanta-based photographer Forest McMullin stumbled across African American cowboy culture by chance when a student of his mentioned her husband’s love of horses and rodeos. Throughout the country, he explains, individuals and communities are working to preserve the oft-overlooked history and heritage of the “black cowboys,” the men and women of color who are responsible for much of the country’s Western expansion. With Black Cowboys (and Girls), the photographer hopes to contribute to the…

canadianbeerandpostmodernism: “ “Atlanta-based photographer Forest McMullin stumbled across African American cowboy culture by chance when a student of his mentioned her husband’s love of horses and.

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