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Chisholm Trail Events
May
28
2016
2016 May Pow Wow
Pow Wow honoring Native American people. May 28, 8am to 6pm, offering demonstrations, vendors, food, songs, dances and ceremonies in full regalia. Rendezvous, flint-knappers, mountain men. Lots to see! Come and learn! Email to: ctominfo@yahoo.com or 817 648 4633.
November
18
2016
2016 Pioneer Days
Nov 18th and 19th, 2016
13th Annual Pioneer Days featuring historic buildings, Native American museum, cowboys, Terry's Texas Rangers Civil War re-encampment, Native Americans in full regalia, Ghosts of Buzzard Flats gunfighters, craft and food vendors. Come and explore our Western town!
2016 Event Coordinator Robert McMinn, 817 240 9535
Request vendor forms at: ctominfo@yahoo.com
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Chisholm Trail Marker - Hadley Farm
This level grassland stretching several miles was a rendezvous area for the larger herds where they could regroup and round up the strays that fell behind the main herd. Once the herd was gathered, a few scrub cattle would be.... Read More
Did you know?
Jesse Chisholm used the trail to trade with the U.S. Army and Native American tribes from his trading post at the present site of the Twin Lakes Shopping Center in Wichita to his southern trading post in Indian Territories. The Wichita Indians used the Chisholm Trail when they moved from their native territory to the

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