No man, or band of men, that ever rode the Chisholm Trail could set his face away from it.
"They're going to start for Texas down the Chisholm Trail," he said138, smiling down at her from the saddle.
After crossing, I hadn't gone but a short distance when I came in sight of the Chisholm Trail.
His herd had just come in over the Chisholm Trail, crossing to the western somewhere above.
I was certain of striking the Chisholm Trail before night, but was doomed to disappointment.
I was then in the western edge of what is known as the Black-jack country, which extends east far beyond the Chisholm Trail.
Morgan lifted his hand in gesture at once silencing and denying, and marched out after the heroes of the Chisholm Trail.
1866, from Jesse Chisholm (c.1806-1868), halfbreed Cherokee trader and government agent who first plied it. The surname is from a barony in England, probably from Old English cisel "gravel."