Negro Deputy U.S. Marshals
In the early 1800’s in the Indian Territory, black men rode on both sides of the law.  Stories and poems tell about the bigger than life exploits of Outlaws like Cherokee Bill and Rufus Buck.

Famous Negro Lawmen wrote their own legends as they put their lives upon the line trying to up hold the law.  The names of such men like Grant Johnson, Wallace McNac and Bass Reeves will never be forgotten.
Our “Stories” are the most commonly asked for programs, but we can change the format of any of our programs to fit your needs.  Entertainment with historical correctness is a trademark of Barkingwater Productions, Inc.
Our ‘Negro Deputy U.S. Marshals’ performances can consist of the following components:

Static Displays w/pictures and text
Historically correct clothing and weapons
Hands on objects
Time allotted for questions and answers
Negro Deputy U.S. Marshals
Buffalo Soldiers
Black Trail Hands
Negro Scouts
Seminole Freedman

(580) 512-1871

Lawton, Oklahoma