Did you mayhaps mean bushwhacked?
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“One of the advantages to being a bullwhacker in these trains was that you got to meet all the new girls first, before they got to Salt Lake.”
“A bullwhacker with his team of eight oxen pressed over the new layer of droppings, flourishing a long whip with skillful skyward sweeps.”
“A bullwhacker, tightly grasping the tail of the beast, would twist him to attention.”
“When Billy returned home, after his first Indian-killing expedition, he carried with him the pay of a bullwhacker, and all of it he placed in his mother's hands, for the death of Mr. Cody had left the family in indigent circumstances.”
“The wagon train pulled out of Leavenworth, all heavily freighted, each one carrying about six thousand pounds weight, and each also drawn by four yoke of oxen under charge of a driver, or "bullwhacker.”
“The train consisted of twenty-five wagons, under Lew Simpson, then an assistant wagon-master, next Billy, the "extra," a night herder, a cavallard driver, whose duty was driving the loose and lame cattle, and the bullwhacker for each team.”
“She had learned to stand the gaff, in the phrase of the old bullwhacker who had brought her down from Rawlins.”
“The ` ` bull-train '' took its name from the fact that each of the thirty-five wagons making up a full train was hauled by several yoke of oxen, driven by one man, known as a bullwhacker.”
“The "bull-train" took its name from the fact that each of the thirty-five wagons making up a full train was hauled by several yoke of oxen, driven by one man, known as a bullwhacker.”
“He had a long career as a trapper, bullwhacker, miner, Pony Express rider, wagon master, stagecoach driver, soldier, and as a prairie scout for the 5th Cavalry, for which he won the Congressional Medal of Honor.”
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