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Bose was born in slavery in Tennessee. When Bose was a young boy, the slave holder took him to Texas still inbondage to work on a cattle Ranch. It was in Texas where Bose learned to ride, rope and fight.
When Bose got his
freedom from chattel Slavery and became his own man, He hired out his service to Oliver
Loving. Loving was killed
fighting against the Comanches Bose then hired out his service
to Charles Goodnight, two of the men who's names were on the "Goodnight Loving Cattle trail"

   
    

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THIS IS A PART OF THE STORY OF AFRICAN IN THE OLD WEST

If we think of the AfricanCowboy in isolation as a product of slavery with no past
history and neglect to look back to a time on the continent of Africa when Black
Men and Women created the first civilization and built empires. then we would see
the young AfricanCowboys and Women of the Old West were just continuing the
traditions of their ancestors back on the continent, where they were some of the
best horse men and cattle breeders bar non.

For more information on other Black Cowboys check out "the Adventures of the
Negro Cowboys", By Philip Duram and Everett L.Jones
and "The Black West", By William Loren Katz

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