The Chisholm Trail was a dirt trail used in the later 19th century to drive cattle overland from ranches in Texas to Kansas railheads. The trail stretched from southern Texas across the Red River, and on to the railhead of the Kansas Pacific Railway in Abilene, Kansas, where the cattle would be sold and shipped eastward. Each of the six frosted tumblers depict a cowboy watching over his herd of longhorn cattle on the trail, and the scene is framed by stalks of golden wheat. The tumblers measure 6 1/2" tall. They are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, or flea bites, and showing little or no indications of use. Shipping will be discounted on multiple orders.