By Ryan Drewa
Start of the Texas Rangers
When the Texas Rangers began it was when Stephen F. Austin got permission to bring three hundered families to Texas. So in 1823 S.F.A put together a ten man officer/military group to guide and protect the familes on there way to Texas.
Through the time that the Texas Rangers were starting and getting together, many people thought that it was not a good idea. Many had hatred and were cruel to them, and were critisized. A act of abolishment was happening, but were able to stay together because they resembled a small army.
"One riot, One Ranger"
Job for the Texas Rangers
With the split up of these companies, a new challenge faced the Texas Rangers. The hostile Indian and the outlaws became the past. Texas was becoming modern and with the modern Things the texas rangers were faced with new and different problems. Trouble erupted in Mexico and extended into Texas. Many new inventions came like the prohibition act, the oilfield boom, and the an changing criminal techniques were all part of the new problems the texas rangers faced.
Badge that they wore.
One of some types of guns the Texas Rangers used.
Rangers and horses
They rode on horses to get to there destination.