A Cowboys Christmas Prayer
A Cowboys Dream
A Cowboys Prayer
A Cowboys Rules for his Gal
A Cowboys Wish
A Cowgirls Prayer
Always Remember
Annie Oakley
Calamity Jane
Outlaw Gangs and Gunfighters
Connie Douglas Reeves
Cowboy Dictionary
Cowboy Funnies
Cowboy Poems
Cowboy Quotes
Cowboy Wisdom
Cowboys in Heaven
Cowgirl Joke
Essential Cowboy Gear
Evolution of the Cowboy
Horses & Cowboys
How to Be the Best Gunfighter
It Might Have Been Me ~ It Might Have Been You
Just A Little Refresher Course In Personal Freedom
Law Dawgs
Lord, Always Keep Me Humble
Lucille Mulhall
Old Cowboys Prayer
Old West Poetry
Old West Wisdom, Old Sayings, and Famous Cowboy Quotes
Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association
Prorodeo Cowboys World Standings
Quiz 1
Quiz 2
Quiz 3
Quiz 4
Quiz 5
Quiz 6
Quiz Answers
Recipes: Breakfast
Recipes: Candy & Cookies
Recipes: Chili, Soups & Stews
Recipes: Entrees
Recipes: Pies
Recipes: Side Dishes
Rodeo Lingo
Rodeo Wisdom
Sayins to Make ya Laugh!
The Cowboy Way
The Old West Quiz
The Rattle Snake
Vanishing Breed
Western Facts
What A Cowboys Mama Teaches
Western Funnies
What all Cowboys and Cowgirls Know
What is a Cowboy
Ya know youre a Horse Lover When
Ya Know Your A Team Roper When...
Ya Might Be a City Girl
Ya Might Be From A Small Town If
You might be a city cowboy if:
You Might be a Cowboy-Cowgirl If
You Might be a Redneck If

1. A latigo is found
a. in a bottle
b. on a saddle
c. in a gold mine


2. John Deere is best known for designing a
a. wagon
b. tractor
c. plow


3. "Founding Father of Texas" was
a. Stephen Austin
b. Sam Houston

c. Sam Bass


4. The old town of Bannack is found in
a. Montana
b. Idaho
c. Colorado


5. John Wayne's real first name was
a. Duke
b. Michael
c. Marion


6. The man whose death started the Lincoln County War was
a. Albert Jennings Fountain
b. John Chisum
c. John Tunstall


7. "Kid Antrim" was an alias for
a. William Bonney
b. Billy the Kid
c. Henry McCarty


8. Elfego Baca was a famous New Mexico
a. author
b. bandito
c. lawman


9. Most famous of all Kiowas was probably
a. Santana
b. Gall
c. Geronimo


10. The meeting place for the first transcontinental rail line was at a. Denver, Colo.
b. Topeka, Kan.
c. Promontory, Ut.

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