New Mexico has had its share of cowboys, but more than a few rode the owl hoot trail.
- Written by Robert G. McCubbin & Bob Boze Bell
- Published April 16, 2012
On the frontier folks in general disdained the banks, the railroads and the large express companies, who they felt preyed on the poor and disadvantaged.
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