The real-life Django

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The real-life Django
 

 
The real-life Django: The legendary African-American Wild West marshal who arrested 3,000 outlaws and k!lled 14 men
Bass Reeves was born a slave in 1838 and later broke from his owner to live among Native Americans

Reeves became a Deputy U.S. Marshal in 1875 at the age of 38

During his 32-year career as a Deputy Marshal he arrested 3,000 felons, k!lled 14 men and was never shot



By Daily Mail Reporter

PUBLISHED:09:44 EST, 19 January 2013| UPDATED: 11:03 EST, 19 January 2013

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Bass Reeves, one of the first African Americans to become a Deputy U.S. Marshal west of the Mississippi River, could have been an inspiration for Quentin Tarantino’s fictional character Django.Reeves, who was born a slave, arrested 3,000 felons, k!lled 14 men and was never shot throughout his 32-year career as a federal lawman.


The fearless solider was born into slavery in 1838 in Crawford County, Arkansas, and eventually broke from his owner, George Reeves, to live among the Creek and Seminole Indians. Real-life Django: Bass Reeves, born a slave, later became a Deputy U.S. Marshal and arrested 3,000 felons and k!lled 14 men
Appointment: Reeves became a Deputy U.S. Marshal in 1875 at the age of 38, after 'Hanging Judge' Isaac C. Parker was made the federal judge of Indian Territory

During his time with them, he learned their customs and languages and became an adept territorial scout.Reeves later procured his own land in Van Buren, Arkansas, where he married his wife, Nellie Jennie, built an eight-room house with his bare hands, and raised ten children as the first black settler in the region.

He became a Deputy U.S. Marshal in 1875 at the age of 38, after ‘Hanging Judge’ Isaac C. Parker was made the federal judge of Indian Territory. Under President Ulysses S. Grant, Parker appointed Confederate Army General James f*gan a U.S. Marshal and ordered him to hire 200 deputies.
Among them was Reeves.Fagan knew of the former slave, his ability to negotiate Indian Territory and his ability to speak their languages, and so Reeves was named the first black Deputy Marshal west of the Mississippi.


In that role he was authorized to arrest both black and white outlaws.Legendary soldier: Reeves was authorized to arrest both black and white outlaws
Over the years Reeves gained a reputation for persistence, fearlessness. incredible marksmanship and the ability to outsmart lawbreakers, according to historical records.
In 1882, Reeves arrested outlaw Belle Starr for horse theft. According to some accounts, Starr turned herself in when she heard that the legendary Reeves was looking for her.
In 1889, after Reeves was a.ssigned to Paris, Texas, he went after the Tom Story gang for their infamous horse theft operation. Reeves reportedly waited along the route that Tom Story used, and surprised the gang leader with an arrest warrant.Story panicked and drew his gun, but Reeves shot him dead before Story could fire.


The rest of the Tom Story gang disbanded and were never heard from again.
Fictional Reeves? Actor Jamie Foxx, right, plays Django, a character very similar to Reeves, in Quentin Tarantino's new movie 'Django Unchained'
Reeves later k!lled two of the murderous Brunter brothers and arrested the third.
In 1887, the black Deputy Marshall was arrested himself and charged with murdering his posse cook, William Leach.


Brought to trial before Judge Parker, Reeves testified that he shot Leach by accident while cleaning his gun, and was acquitted.Reeves later became became an officer of the Muskogee, Oklahoma, police department at the age of 68. He died of Bright's disease on January 12, 1910, at the age of 72.


'Bass Reeves', a fictionalized film of the lawman’s life and military career was produced and released by Ponderous Productions of San Antonio, Texas, in 2010.Actor Morgan Freeman has spent more than five years attempting to get the story of Reeves to the big screen, according to the film news site IndieWire.com.Read more:
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 nightmare said:
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fastest gun in the south huh
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ReDvIaGrA 73 heat pts73
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If the Africans in slavery and the Indians would have teamed up, that would have been a huge problem for the man!
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That's some dope sh*t right thurrr! Good post. Propped.
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Strong Work! Strong Work!!
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good read...
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nightmare 429 heat pts429
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 r.burgundy said:
sigh, whats wrong now?



nvm, youre just going to jump on your soap box and accuse me of some groundless BS as usual.


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In 1889, after Reeves was a.ssigned to Paris, Texas, he went after the Tom Story gang for their infamous horse theft operation. Reeves reportedly waited along the route that Tom Story used, and surprised the gang leader with an arrest warrant.Story panicked and drew his gun, but Reeves shot him dead before Story could fire.

The rest of the Tom Story gang disbanded and were never heard from again.


I don't believe this... This sounds like a Chuck Norris meme...
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 nightmare said:
sigh, whats wrong now?



nvm, youre just going to jump on your soap box and accuse me of some groundless BS as usual.
i mention bass reeves about a month ago to u ang got your typical response.now all of a sudden cause somebody else posts it,its interesting lol
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Greece 8 heat pts
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Good read but if he was born in 1838 how was he 38 in 1875?
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What about Dangerfield Newby?


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Dangerfield Newby (1815 – 1859) was the oldest of John Brown’s raiders, one of five black raiders, and the first of his men to die at Harpers Ferry, Virginia.[1] Born a slave in Fauquier County, Virginia, Newby married a woman also enslaved. Newby was later freed by his Scottish father, but his wife and seven children remained in bondage.[2] A letter found on his body revealed the motive for joining John Brown and the raid on Harpers Ferry.

Newby’s wife was the slave of Jesse Jennings, of Arlington or Warrenton, Virginia. She and her children were sold to Louisiana after the raid. Newby had been unable to purchase the freedom of his wife and seven children. Their master raised the price after Newby had saved the $1,500 that had previously been agreed on. Because all of Newby’s other efforts had failed he hoped to free them by force. Harriet’s poignant letters, found on his body, proved instrumental in advancing the abolitionist cause. Newby was six foot two.

On the 17th of October, 1859, the citizens of Harpers Ferry set to put down the raid. Harpers Ferry manufactured guns but the citizens had little ammunition, so during the a.ssault on the raiders they fired anything they could fit into a gun barrel. One man was shooting six inch spikes from his rifle, one of which struck Newby in the throat, k!lling him instantly. After the raid, the people of Harpers Ferry took his body, stabbed it repeatedly, and amputated his limbs. His body was left in an alley to be eaten by hogs.[3] In 1899 the remains of Newby-plus remains of nine other raiders-were reburied in a common grave near the body of John Brown in North Elba New York.
If you don't want to read all of that - d!ck Gregory speaks about him, and more, in this video.


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nightmare 429 heat pts429
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 r.burgundy said:
i mention bass reeves about a month ago to u ang got your typical response.now all of a sudden cause somebody else posts it,its interesting lol
i dont remember that


but if it happened, then hey
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Good reads in this thread. Newby caught the business though. That spike in the throat=ballgame.
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 Rayo said:
What about Dangerfield Newby?


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If you don't want to read all of that - d!ck Gregory speaks about him, and more, in this video.



d!ck Gregory dropping that knowledge!
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