In 1895, cowboy artist Frederic Remington traveled from New York city to Florida to paint scruffy-looking Bone on his Florida Cracker horse. Remington called the painting "A Cracker Cowboy" and it was published in Harper's Magazine in 1895. 
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In 1895, cowboy artist Frederic Remington traveled from New York city to Florida to paint scruffy-looking Bone on his Florida Cracker horse. Remington called the painting "A Cracker Cowboy" and it was published in Harper's Magazine in 1895. PROVIDED PHOTO
In 1895, cowboy artist Frederic Remington traveled from New York city to Florida to paint scruffy-looking Bone on his Florida Cracker horse. Remington called the painting "A Cracker Cowboy" and it was published in Harper's Magazine in 1895. PROVIDED PHOTO

Manatee History Matters: Bone Mizell - Florida cow man and figure in folklore

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