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In the only portrait ever painted of Crockett in his hunting clothes during his lifetime, he’s wearing a boring old felt campaign hat. Most historians date the coonskin myth to 1831, when actor James Hackett starred in a Broadway hit called The Lion of the West, in which he played a fur cap-wearing frontiersman-turned-Congressman called “Captain Nimrod Wildfire,” obviously a parody of Crockett.»The Debunker: Ken Jennings vs. 1950s Myths, Part 3 - Woot (via kelegraph)
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