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Pecos Bill is a cowboy , apocryphally immortalized in American folklore set in the Old West during American westward expansion into the Southwest of Texas , New Mexico , Southern California , and Arizona . Their stories were probably invented as short stories and a book by Edward S. O'Reilly in the early 20th Century and are considered to be an example of fakelore . Pecos Bill was a late addition to the "big man" idea of characters, such as Paul Bunyan or John Henry .

The first stories were published in 1917 by Edward O'Reilly for The Century Magazine and collected and reprinted in 1923 in the book Saga of Pecos Bill (1923). O'Reilly said they were part of an oral tradition of tales told by cowboys during the westward expansion and settlement of the southwest including Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. But American folklorist Richard M. Dorson found that O'Reilly invented the stories as "folklore", [1] and that later writers either borrowed tales from O'Reilly or added further adventures of their own invention to the cycle. [2] One of the best-known versions of the Pecos Bill stories is not a true story.

Edward "Tex" O'Reilly co-authored a cartoon strip with cartoonist Jack A. Warren , also known as Alonzo Vincent Warren , between 1929 and 1938. When O'Reilly died in 1938, Warren began a strip titled Pecos Pete . This was a story about "Pecos Bill", who had received a "lump on the naggan" that caused him amnesia. The cartoons originally were published in The Sun and were later syndicated. He also has a wife, named Slue-Foot Sue.

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Erik Jones (born May 30, 1996) is an American professional stock car racing driver. The 2015 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion, he currently competes full-time in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series , driving the No. 20 DeWalt Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing , and part-time in the Xfinity Series , driving the No. 18 Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing . His nicknames are EJ , his initials, and Jones Boy , given to him by announcer Ken Squier . [1]

Jones began his racing career at the age of seven, in quarter-midget racing ; he began racing stock cars at age 13, [2] and began competing in the ASA Late Model Series in 2010, becoming the youngest-ever winner of the Oktoberfest race at LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway . [3] Moving to the Champion Racing Association 's CRA All-Star Tour in 2011, he won the series championship in his rookie year; Jones also was the winner of that year's Governor's Cup 200 late model race at New Smyrna Speedway , leading every lap of the event; he was the first driver not born in the state of Florida to achieve that feat in over thirty years. [4]

Jones moved to the ARCA Racing Series for the 2012 season, [4] becoming the first-ever driver to compete in the series at the age of 15; [5] competing in 10 of the series' 19 races (he was not eligible at tracks longer than one mile), he posted a best finish of third at Winchester Speedway and Berlin Raceway . [6] In December of that year, Jones held off NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Kyle Busch to win the prestigious Snowball Derby . [7]

Pecos Bill is a cowboy , apocryphally immortalized in American folklore set in the Old West during American westward expansion into the Southwest of Texas , New Mexico , Southern California , and Arizona . Their stories were probably invented as short stories and a book by Edward S. O'Reilly in the early 20th Century and are considered to be an example of fakelore . Pecos Bill was a late addition to the "big man" idea of characters, such as Paul Bunyan or John Henry .

The first stories were published in 1917 by Edward O'Reilly for The Century Magazine and collected and reprinted in 1923 in the book Saga of Pecos Bill (1923). O'Reilly said they were part of an oral tradition of tales told by cowboys during the westward expansion and settlement of the southwest including Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. But American folklorist Richard M. Dorson found that O'Reilly invented the stories as "folklore", [1] and that later writers either borrowed tales from O'Reilly or added further adventures of their own invention to the cycle. [2] One of the best-known versions of the Pecos Bill stories is not a true story.

Edward "Tex" O'Reilly co-authored a cartoon strip with cartoonist Jack A. Warren , also known as Alonzo Vincent Warren , between 1929 and 1938. When O'Reilly died in 1938, Warren began a strip titled Pecos Pete . This was a story about "Pecos Bill", who had received a "lump on the naggan" that caused him amnesia. The cartoons originally were published in The Sun and were later syndicated. He also has a wife, named Slue-Foot Sue.

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Erik Jones (born May 30, 1996) is an American professional stock car racing driver. The 2015 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion, he currently competes full-time in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series , driving the No. 20 DeWalt Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing , and part-time in the Xfinity Series , driving the No. 18 Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing . His nicknames are EJ , his initials, and Jones Boy , given to him by announcer Ken Squier . [1]

Jones began his racing career at the age of seven, in quarter-midget racing ; he began racing stock cars at age 13, [2] and began competing in the ASA Late Model Series in 2010, becoming the youngest-ever winner of the Oktoberfest race at LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway . [3] Moving to the Champion Racing Association 's CRA All-Star Tour in 2011, he won the series championship in his rookie year; Jones also was the winner of that year's Governor's Cup 200 late model race at New Smyrna Speedway , leading every lap of the event; he was the first driver not born in the state of Florida to achieve that feat in over thirty years. [4]

Jones moved to the ARCA Racing Series for the 2012 season, [4] becoming the first-ever driver to compete in the series at the age of 15; [5] competing in 10 of the series' 19 races (he was not eligible at tracks longer than one mile), he posted a best finish of third at Winchester Speedway and Berlin Raceway . [6] In December of that year, Jones held off NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Kyle Busch to win the prestigious Snowball Derby . [7]

Growing out of the imagination of southwestern cowboys during America’s westward expansion, Pecos Bill personifies the frontier virtues of courage, strength, and humor.  The mythical folk hero, first written about in 1917 by Edward O’Reilly, is said to have been based on tales told by range hands at the end of a long day of tending cattle, and is in the same spirit of other “Big” characters like Paul Bunyan or John Henry. O’Reilly would publish these writings in the 1923 book “Saga of Pecos Bill”.

Personifying the frontier spirit of the American West , the legendary “man” displayed superhuman feats that grew with each telling as more writers would add their own embellishments in later writings. Ol’ Bill even made it to the big screen in Disney movies, including 1995’s “Tall Tale” with Patrick Swayze.

As the legend goes, Born in the 1830’s, Pecos Bill was the youngest of eighteen children of a Texas pioneer, and was so tough even as a baby, that he used a bowie knife as a teething ring and made wild animals his playmates as a toddler.  When the boy was very young, he fell out of his parents’ wagon as they were crossing the Pecos River and was swept away by the current. Rescued by coyotes, the boy was raised by the wild animals.

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Pecos Bill is a cowboy , apocryphally immortalized in American folklore set in the Old West during American westward expansion into the Southwest of Texas , New Mexico , Southern California , and Arizona . Their stories were probably invented as short stories and a book by Edward S. O'Reilly in the early 20th Century and are considered to be an example of fakelore . Pecos Bill was a late addition to the "big man" idea of characters, such as Paul Bunyan or John Henry .

The first stories were published in 1917 by Edward O'Reilly for The Century Magazine and collected and reprinted in 1923 in the book Saga of Pecos Bill (1923). O'Reilly said they were part of an oral tradition of tales told by cowboys during the westward expansion and settlement of the southwest including Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. But American folklorist Richard M. Dorson found that O'Reilly invented the stories as "folklore", [1] and that later writers either borrowed tales from O'Reilly or added further adventures of their own invention to the cycle. [2] One of the best-known versions of the Pecos Bill stories is not a true story.

Edward "Tex" O'Reilly co-authored a cartoon strip with cartoonist Jack A. Warren , also known as Alonzo Vincent Warren , between 1929 and 1938. When O'Reilly died in 1938, Warren began a strip titled Pecos Pete . This was a story about "Pecos Bill", who had received a "lump on the naggan" that caused him amnesia. The cartoons originally were published in The Sun and were later syndicated. He also has a wife, named Slue-Foot Sue.

Фарго (1996)
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Ryan Gosling »
# 133 on STARmeter

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Pecos Bill is a cowboy , apocryphally immortalized in American folklore set in the Old West during American westward expansion into the Southwest of Texas , New Mexico , Southern California , and Arizona . Their stories were probably invented as short stories and a book by Edward S. O'Reilly in the early 20th Century and are considered to be an example of fakelore . Pecos Bill was a late addition to the "big man" idea of characters, such as Paul Bunyan or John Henry .

The first stories were published in 1917 by Edward O'Reilly for The Century Magazine and collected and reprinted in 1923 in the book Saga of Pecos Bill (1923). O'Reilly said they were part of an oral tradition of tales told by cowboys during the westward expansion and settlement of the southwest including Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. But American folklorist Richard M. Dorson found that O'Reilly invented the stories as "folklore", [1] and that later writers either borrowed tales from O'Reilly or added further adventures of their own invention to the cycle. [2] One of the best-known versions of the Pecos Bill stories is not a true story.

Edward "Tex" O'Reilly co-authored a cartoon strip with cartoonist Jack A. Warren , also known as Alonzo Vincent Warren , between 1929 and 1938. When O'Reilly died in 1938, Warren began a strip titled Pecos Pete . This was a story about "Pecos Bill", who had received a "lump on the naggan" that caused him amnesia. The cartoons originally were published in The Sun and were later syndicated. He also has a wife, named Slue-Foot Sue.

Фарго (1996)
# 161 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Ryan Gosling »
# 133 on STARmeter

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Erik Jones (born May 30, 1996) is an American professional stock car racing driver. The 2015 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion, he currently competes full-time in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series , driving the No. 20 DeWalt Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing , and part-time in the Xfinity Series , driving the No. 18 Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing . His nicknames are EJ , his initials, and Jones Boy , given to him by announcer Ken Squier . [1]

Jones began his racing career at the age of seven, in quarter-midget racing ; he began racing stock cars at age 13, [2] and began competing in the ASA Late Model Series in 2010, becoming the youngest-ever winner of the Oktoberfest race at LaCrosse Fairgrounds Speedway . [3] Moving to the Champion Racing Association 's CRA All-Star Tour in 2011, he won the series championship in his rookie year; Jones also was the winner of that year's Governor's Cup 200 late model race at New Smyrna Speedway , leading every lap of the event; he was the first driver not born in the state of Florida to achieve that feat in over thirty years. [4]

Jones moved to the ARCA Racing Series for the 2012 season, [4] becoming the first-ever driver to compete in the series at the age of 15; [5] competing in 10 of the series' 19 races (he was not eligible at tracks longer than one mile), he posted a best finish of third at Winchester Speedway and Berlin Raceway . [6] In December of that year, Jones held off NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Kyle Busch to win the prestigious Snowball Derby . [7]

Growing out of the imagination of southwestern cowboys during America’s westward expansion, Pecos Bill personifies the frontier virtues of courage, strength, and humor.  The mythical folk hero, first written about in 1917 by Edward O’Reilly, is said to have been based on tales told by range hands at the end of a long day of tending cattle, and is in the same spirit of other “Big” characters like Paul Bunyan or John Henry. O’Reilly would publish these writings in the 1923 book “Saga of Pecos Bill”.

Personifying the frontier spirit of the American West , the legendary “man” displayed superhuman feats that grew with each telling as more writers would add their own embellishments in later writings. Ol’ Bill even made it to the big screen in Disney movies, including 1995’s “Tall Tale” with Patrick Swayze.

As the legend goes, Born in the 1830’s, Pecos Bill was the youngest of eighteen children of a Texas pioneer, and was so tough even as a baby, that he used a bowie knife as a teething ring and made wild animals his playmates as a toddler.  When the boy was very young, he fell out of his parents’ wagon as they were crossing the Pecos River and was swept away by the current. Rescued by coyotes, the boy was raised by the wild animals.

Pecos Bill is a cowboy , apocryphally immortalized in American folklore set in the Old West during American westward expansion into the Southwest of Texas , New Mexico , Southern California , and Arizona . Their stories were probably invented as short stories and a book by Edward S. O'Reilly in the early 20th Century and are considered to be an example of fakelore . Pecos Bill was a late addition to the "big man" idea of characters, such as Paul Bunyan or John Henry .

The first stories were published in 1917 by Edward O'Reilly for The Century Magazine and collected and reprinted in 1923 in the book Saga of Pecos Bill (1923). O'Reilly said they were part of an oral tradition of tales told by cowboys during the westward expansion and settlement of the southwest including Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. But American folklorist Richard M. Dorson found that O'Reilly invented the stories as "folklore", [1] and that later writers either borrowed tales from O'Reilly or added further adventures of their own invention to the cycle. [2] One of the best-known versions of the Pecos Bill stories is not a true story.

Edward "Tex" O'Reilly co-authored a cartoon strip with cartoonist Jack A. Warren , also known as Alonzo Vincent Warren , between 1929 and 1938. When O'Reilly died in 1938, Warren began a strip titled Pecos Pete . This was a story about "Pecos Bill", who had received a "lump on the naggan" that caused him amnesia. The cartoons originally were published in The Sun and were later syndicated. He also has a wife, named Slue-Foot Sue.


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