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Cute little inuit girl. Love old pictures of my inuit ancestors Old Pictures, Old Photos, Funny Pictures, Kind Photo, Puppy Husky, Vida Animal, Photos Rares, People Of The World, Native American Indians

Little Inuit girl and her husky.

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This is "Comanche". It is reported that he was the only survivor of the Custer Massacre, Little Big Horn Battle. Orders of the Cavalry was to the care of "Comanche" as long as he shall live. Morgan Horse, Us History, American History, History Museum, Strange History, History Channel, Battle Of Little Bighorn, Old West Photos, Into The West

How the West was REALLY won: Early settlers on the coach to Deadwood and in pow-wows with the natives revealed in 19th century photographs

From hunting, mining and wagon trains to white settlers mixing with native American Indians, life on the frontier is captured movingly by cameraman John C.H. Grabill.

Mommy Wars Through The Ages Pioneer Life, Pioneer Woman, Belle Epoque, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Famous Photos, Amazing Pictures, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos

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american old west | Solomon D. Butcher - Photographs of the Nebraska Homestead Experience

United States Military Railroad American-type steam locomotive “J. Devereux” outside the roundhouse, Alexandria, Virginia, circa Time Travel Machine, Escala Ho, Old Steam Train, Train Times, Old Trains, Train Engines, Civil War Photos, Steam Locomotive, Train Tracks

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This picture was taken in 1903, in Portland Oregon. It shows an attraction where people could purchase a balloon ride. The two balloons can be seen in the background. I find it interesting that people could purchase a "flight" experience at this early date.

Wausaukee, Wisconsin wasn't exactly the Old West, but this picture of the Silver Slipper Saloon there, dated 1907 - Daughter Of The Golden West: American Old West Saloons - In a Series Old West Saloon, Western Saloon, Cowboy Pictures, Old Pictures, Old West Decor, Old West Photos, History Page, Native American Photos, Old Cameras

American Old West Saloons - #23 In a Series

Wausaukee, Wisconsin wasn't exactly the Old West, but this picture of the Silver Slipper Saloon there, dated 1907, caught my eye. To me, the scene looks more like the Great Depression era than turn of the century.

Deadwood Mail Stagecoach Historical 1889 Photo Reproduction Old West Old West Photos, Into The West, Cowboys And Indians, American Frontier, Le Far West, Mountain Man, Interesting History, Vintage Photographs, Rare Photos

How the West was REALLY won: Early settlers on the coach to Deadwood and in pow-wows with the natives revealed in 19th century photographs

From hunting, mining and wagon trains to white settlers mixing with native American Indians, life on the frontier is captured movingly by cameraman John C.H. Grabill.

Virginia City History A good example of the rise and fall of western town such as mining towns. Virginia City, Nevada City, Carson City, American Frontier, Old Pictures, Vintage Pictures, Historical Photos, Historical Sites, Before Us

What American city has most greatly nose dived? (from colonial America onwards) (high crime, neighborhoods) - General U.S. - Page 6

I'm just going to look at the New England area. I think that while it has maintained a certain position in our nation, Boston has declined in

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American Outlaw JESSE JAMES Vintage 8x10 Photo Old West Portrait Poster Print

Glossy 8x10 reprint photo of John Wesley Hardin. John Wesley Hardin 8x10 Glossy Photo.

Jesse James, American Old West Outlaw -- Hand Color Tinted Photograph Ghost Towns Of America, Wild West Outlaws, Famous Outlaws, Old West Photos, Moon In Aquarius, Big Sandy, Virgo Love, Jesse James, My Buddy

JESSE JAMES AMERICAN OLD WEST OUTLAW 1882 8x10" HAND COLOR TINTED PHOTOGRAPH

Allan Pinkerton, the agency's founder and leader, took on the case as a personal vendetta. Afterward, Pinkerton denied that the raid's intent was arson. He was prosperous, acquiring six slaves and more than 100 acres (0.40 km2) of farmland.