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14th Annual Pioneer Days
Tuesday, January 03, 2017
14th Annual Pioneer Days**Free Event** November 17th, 18th, 2017 8am to 6pm each day Come and experience life in 1854.... More
2013 Pioneer Days
11/22/13
Mark your calendar November 22 & 23, 2013 - Chisholm Trail Pioneer Days will bring a host of food, fun, activities and music for the whole family at the Chisholm Trail Outdoor Museum on U.S. 67 in Cleburne on the west side of Lake Pat Cleburne. Events are planned throughout the day. 2013 will be our 10th year to hold this event.

CHISHOLM TRAIL – PIONEER DAYS
One of Cleburne’s Signature Events

PIONEER DAYS 2013
THINGS TO SEE & DO
»» Terry's Texas Rangers - Civil War History, Firing Cannons, Uniforms, Tents & More Up Top - as Announced Fri & Sat
»» Blacksmith Shop
»» Food Vendors-Top Level Area* Merchandise-Upper & Lower Area
»» Highlight Pioneer Days
Featuring:
* Terry’s Texas Rangers a Civil War Reenactment Group
* Ghost of Buzzard Flats Gunfighters
Yddo Ortiz One of a Kind Cattle Drive
Sheriff Bob Alford arresting the Bad Guys
Judge Roger Harmon and Judge Ron McBroom putting the Bad Guys in jail
* The Blacksmith Shop
* Entertaining with Cowboy Songs
* Cowboys and Indians
* Longhorns
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Chisholm Trail Marker - Smith Ranch
Settled in the valley below in 1887 and through the years has protected a 25 acre rare native prairie grass preserve. Imagine millions of bison and Longhorn cattle that grazed on this lush grass just as it is today on.... Read More
Did you know?
By 1870 thousands of Texas Longhorn cattle were being driven over the Chisholm Trail to the Union Pacific (later the Kansas Pacific) Railroad shipping center at Abilene. By 1871 as many as 5,000 cowboys were often paid off during a single day. Abilene became known as a rough town in the Old West.

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