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Robert Ford, The man who killed Jesse James. He pretty much carried the moniker "Dirty, Rotten Coward Who Shot Jesse James In the Back." It occured, by the way, as Jesse was hanging a picture in his mother's house. Not the kind of man I'd want to be. Jesse James, Frank James, James Thomas, Gangsters, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Rare Photos, Wild West Outlaws, Famous Outlaws

Robert Ford, The man who killed Jesse James

Explore Photo Tractatus' photos on Flickr. Photo Tractatus has uploaded 10349 photos to Flickr.

The Oklahoma Land Rush was one of the biggest historical events in US history. Towns were literally built in one day. The Indian Territory was invaded by white settlers. Photo of 1889 Oklahoma Land Rush. Oklahoma Land Rush, Enid Oklahoma, Travel Oklahoma, Rms Titanic, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Into The West

Oklahoma Land Rush. "Those who wanted land, and those who wanted land in the Indian Territory. There could be no other classification, for they came from everywhere, were of all age groups, and of every known profession. Hope, determination, and poverty were common to them all."

1905 Geronimo and five other historic Indian Chiefs lead President Theodore Roosevelt’s second Inaugural Parade. They created a sensation and brought the crowds along the parade route to their feet. Native American Photos, Native American History, Native American Indians, Rio, Presidential History, Into The West, American Presidents, Us History, Historical Photos

Apache Wars ***

Check out this site for facts and information about the Apache Wars. Summary, cause and effects of the Apache Wars. Facts, dates, key events and information about the Apache Wars

 A fanciful nick-name was the 'Prairie Schooner … Conestoga Wagon. A fanciful nick-name was the 'Prairie Schooner … Mini Vans, Home Design, Cowboy History, Old West Photos, Horse Drawn Wagon, Old Wagons, Covered Wagon, Chuck Wagon, American Frontier

Wagon History

Learn some cowboy history as you tour the Bar E Ranch. See the Blacksmith shop, Trading Post,Wagons, water barrels, horse drawn wagons,cowboy antiques, wagon parts,supplies, Dutch ovens, Cowboy T-Shirts and caps, Arbuckles coffee, cowboy books,old photo's made from glass plate negatives, old settlers cabin ,web designs, chuckwagon cooking, cowboy accouterments,

Captain Willie wears a fancy hat with plaid band, wooly chaps, leather belt, neckerchief, cotton shirt and vest. His beaded gauntlet gloves are the sort typically worn by both Anglo and Indian cowboys and rodeo participants. Western Film, Western Art, Native American Photos, Native American Indians, American History, Cowboy Art, Cowboy And Cowgirl, Black Cowboys, Vintage Cowgirl

Cowboys & Indians

The Cherokee Kid is the most famous cowboy Indian known today. His real name was Will Rogers, and he was born in 1879 on a cattle ranch in the Cherokee

Bison-drawn carriage in Sioux Falls, South Dakota 1900 : OldSchoolCool Early American, Native American Art, American History, American Bison, Western Film, Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Sioux Falls South Dakota, Foto Picture

VintagePhotos (@NotableHistory)

The latest Tweets from VintagePhotos (@NotableHistory). Vintage Pictures, Historyfollower@gmail.com

Old school pioneer Mammy as family heirloom nanny was how slavery looked for many North Texans, not expansive plantations. Texas History, Us History, Black History, Old West, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Into The West

Frontier Family in Texas In 1836, they declared Texas an independent republic. Although black people had fought on both sides of the Mexican-Texas conflict, the Texans adopted slavery - which had been abolished when the area was part of Mexico - as a cornerstone of their new empire. Between 1836 and 1860, the enslaved population of Texas grew from 3,000 to 182,556. On the eve of the Civil War, African Americans in this state represented 93 percent of all black westerners.