Bass Reeves. Bass Reeves, (born 1838, Crawford county, Arkansas, U.S.â€”died January 12, 1910, Muskogee, Oklahoma, U.S.), American lawman who was one of the first deputy U.S. marshals of African descent in the American West.
'Legends & Lies: Bass Reeves'. Jun. 08, 2015 – 9:31 – Just another lawman or the real 'Lone Ranger'? Fox.
Subscribe for new videos every day! https://www.youtube.com/user/ TodayIFoundOut?sub_confirmation1.
Bass Reeves. During the late 19th Century no area in the United States was a haven and a refuge for criminals like the Indian Territory, preâ€“statehood .
Bass Reeves was the first African American commissioned to serve as a deputy marshal west of the Mississippi River. Born a slave in Paris, Texas and owned .
The magnificent, bronze statue of the great African-American deputy U.S. Marshal Bass Reeves to be dedicated May 26 in Pendergraft Park honors one of the .