Illustration by Mark Harris; Reeves: Courtesy of Western History Collections/University of Oklahoma Libraries; Town: Caroline R. Scrivner Richards/UNT Libraries; Documents: National Archives; Maps: University of Texas at Arlington Library
Illustration by Mark Harris; Reeves: Courtesy of Western History Collections/University of Oklahoma Libraries; Town: Caroline R. Scrivner Richards/UNT Libraries; Documents: National Archives; Maps: University of Texas at Arlington Library

His almost superhuman exploits made him one of the West’s most feared lawmen. Today, the legendary deputy U.S. marshal is widely believed to be the real Lone Ranger. But his true legacy is even greater.

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