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About this collection

Graves Peeler who is credited with saving the Longhorn from extinction was many things.  In his lifetime he was a rancher, field inspector, range detective, game hunter, and always single.  He spent hours on horseback in solitude hunting throughout Mexico, Canada, and the Western United States.  He was a man of principle who did not avoid confrontations making him successful as a lawman.  Peeler has left a collection or oral history by and about himself.  Also included are documents and a large photograph and film collection of his hunting trips and exploration of the West.

 
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