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Rain-in-the-Face: Uncapappa Indian who killed Custer (?)--from Pam Shriver.

Hall of Fame tennis legends Pam Shriver, Stefie Graf, Martina Navratilova, Chris Evert & Tracy Austin


Pat Garrett's most famous kill did not come from a gun battle. In 1881, he snuck into Pete Maxwell’s house and shot notorious outlaw Billy the Kid to death. - from True West Magazine - #OldWest #WildWest


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I could sure have a lot fires in my fireplace with that! Could definitely cut back on the electric.


Chuck wagon fording the Powder River during cattle drive - 1800's.


1865. Charleston, South Carolina. Vendue Range looking east from near the corner of East Bay Street." Aftermath of the Great Fire of 1861 and bombardment by the Federal Navy.

Million Dollar Highway was a toll road built by Otto Mears in 1883 to connect Ouray & Ironton. Another toll road was built over Red Mountain Pass from Ironton to Silverton. In the late 1880s Otto Mears turned to building railroads and built the Silverton Railroad north from Silverton over Red Mountain Pass to reach the lucrative mining districts around Red Mountain, terminating at Albany just eight miles south of Ouray. The remaining eight miles were considered too difficult for a railroad.


Margaret Bramer (later Mrs. Otto Hanson) in her homestead shack in South Dakota. Thousands of single women traveled west to stake their claim to a homestead in the post-Civil War period.


A Civil War field hospital. Large numbers of men on both sides died of sickness, disease, wounds, blood loss, and from the shock of having limbs amputated.