Johnson County WarAs Wyoming settles into its first year of statehood, a fresh set of battlelines are drawn across the land, pitting rich cattle barons against newly arrived homesteaders. Caught in the cross fire are the three Hamlet brothers, Cain (Tom Bering), Harry (Luke Perry) and (Adam Storke).
Johnson County War Tom Berenger Luke Perry Rachel Ward (2002-2002) Rich and powerful competitors try to destroy three Wyoming brothers as they struggle to survive in the cattle business.
Directed by Michael Cimino. With Kris Kristofferson, Christopher Walken, John Hurt, Sam Waterston. A dramatization of the real-life Johnson County War in 1890 Wyoming, in which a Sheriff born into wealth, attempts to protect immigrant farmers from rich cattle interests.
Johnson County War is a 2002 Hallmark Channel television movie which aired on August 22, 2002. Rich and powerful competitors try to destroy three Wyoming brothers as they struggle to survive in the cattle business. Tom Berenger as Cain Hammett Luke Perry as Harry Hammett Burt Reynolds as Hunt Lawton Rachel Ward as Queenie Michelle Forbes as Rory Hammett Adam Storke as Dale Hammett Christopher ...
Mar 17, 2015 · The story fictionalizes Wyoming's Johnson County War, based on Manfred's original research (which relied heavily on Johnson County Historian Thelma Condit). Keeping in mind that his interests are fictional, his analysis of events is close to the story as recounted in Helena Huntington Smith's The War on Powder River , which was published about ...
Directed by Gary Ross. With Matthew McConaughey, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Mahershala Ali, Keri Russell. A disillusioned Confederate army deserter returns to Mississippi and leads a militia of fellow deserters and women in an uprising against the corrupt local Confederate government.
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Oct 20, 2018 · The Johnson County War and its aftermath was a true slap-in-the-face to smaller ranchers, and the fact that the President of the United States ordered the freedom of a hired mob of killers is something that seems absolutely ludicrous.
Johnson County War By September 1891 Gatewood had recovered and he rejoined the Sixth Cavalry, then stationed at Fort McKinney, Wyoming .  Wyoming was undergoing a range war between ranchers and farmers that would be known as the Johnson County War and the Sixth Cavalry was dispatched at the request of Acting Governor Amos W. Barber . 
The Johnson County War took place in Wyoming in April of 1892. In essence, a group of powerful Wyoming cattlemen created a "Death List" of small ranchers, cowboys and others they considered a hindrance to large scale ranching interests.