About The Chickasaw Rancher


Beautiful and treacherous, the Western plains of Indian Territory were home to one of the most colorful personalities of the 19th Century—Chickasaw rancher Montford T. Johnson.  Orphaned at a young age, Johnson survived great hardships and tragedy to establish a vast ranching empire along the famous cattle highway of the American West, the Chisholm Trail. Inspired by recounts of Johnson's life, this dramatic story tells of his time among settlers, cowboys, Indian fighters, bandits and fur traders. Armed with a colt revolver and dreams of a better life, he had the grit, determination and courage that was needed to tame what seemed an infinite wilderness, while always maintaining respect for the Native people who lived there.

Montford T. Johnson

Renowned Oklahoma cattleman Montford Thomas Johnson was born in November...

Mary Elizabeth Johnson

Montford Johnson’s first wife, Mary Elizabeth (Campbell) Johnson...

Edward Bryant Johnson

Edward Bryant “E.B.” Johnson was the first son of Montford...

Adelaide Johnson Campbell Bond

Adelaide Johnson Campbell Bond was the older sister of Montford Johnson....

Michael Campbell

Michael Campbell was the first husband of Adelaide Johnson. He first met...

Granny Vicey Harmon

Vicey “Granny” Harmon was a Chickasaw woman who became a...

Jesse Chisholm

Jesse Chisholm was a pioneer and tradesman in Indian Territory, most...

Casting


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