John Hughes

January 2001
Great Gunfighters of the Wild West;2001, p34
The article profiles John Hughes, a Texas Ranger captain during the Wild West period in the U.S. He moved from Illinois to Texas to become a cowboy. Hughes chased rustlers who stole some of his horses in 1886 in Austin. He was involved in several hunting and killing of outlaws as a member of the Texas Ranger.


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