Bosse O Johanna Brinkdorf

Bosse O Johanna Brinkdorf

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On the scaffold John Hardy begged the sheriff’s pardon for the way he had treated him, said that he had intended to fight to the death and not be hung, but that after he got religion he did not feel like fighting. He confessed that he had done wrong, killed a man under the influence of whiskey, and advised all young men to avoid gambling and drink. A great throng witnessed the hanging.

Another pinner wrote: January 1894 --- John Hardy Hanged in Welch, WV, for Killing Thomas Drews/I work at the local high school

old west wanted poster - Google Search

Old West Wanted Poster for Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid and affiliates

Women in the Wild West. (late 1890s/early 1900s)

This is exactly how I picture women in the Wild West, drinking alcohol and carrying guns. This is my first pin for this board and I'm excited to learn more about women in the Wild West.

Tanken är god men det känns som de inte riktigt tänkt igenom hela iden. Om man behöver rullstol är det antagligen inte helt lätt att ta sig till andra våningen?

Tanken är god men det känns som de inte riktigt tänkt igenom hela iden. Om man behöver rullstol är det antagligen inte helt lätt att ta sig till andra våningen?

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A dead confederate soldier in the trenches at Petersburg, VA

A dead confederate soldier in the trenches at Petersburg, VA - this was cropped from a larger picture indicating it was taken at Ft Mahone on April 1865

April 1865. Petersburg, Virginia. "Dead Confederate soldier." There were no ID tags then.A soldier would write his name on a scrap of paper,and put it in his pocket,so he could be identified in the event of his death.Most dead civil war soldiers have their pockets turned out,like this one.

There were no ID tags: a soldier would write his name on a scrap of paper and put it in his pocket so he could be identified in the event of his death. Most dead Civil War soldiers have had their pockets turned out, like this Confederate

The Savagery of the Civil War - WSJ

Body of Confederate Soldier Spotsylvania Va May 1864 New US Civil War Photo