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Chief Joseph, famous leader of the Nimiipu (Nez Perce) who fought off the pursuing U.S. Army for months thorough the Rocky Mountains and Yellowstone National Park in 1877. D. F. Barry photograph. P.69.370

Chief Joseph, famous leader of the Nimiipu (Nez Perce) who fought off the pursuing U. Army for months thorough the Rocky Mountains and Yellowstone National Park in D.

Efemérides INEHRM.- 12 de abril de 1954. Muere en la Ciudad de México Francisco J. Múgica Velázquez. Periodista, militar y político revolucionario. Nació en Tingüindín, Michoacán, el 3 de septiembre de 1884.

Efemérides INEHRM.- 12 de abril de 1954. Muere en la Ciudad de México Francisco J. Múgica Velázquez. Periodista, militar y político revolucionario. Nació en Tingüindín, Michoacán, el 3 de septiembre de 1884.

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Jim Baker, mountain man(1818–1898), trapper, scout and guide, was a friend of Jim Bridger and Kit Carson and one of General John C. Fremont's favorite scouts. He was one of the most colorful figures of the old west.

Jim Baker, mountain man trapper, scout and guide, was a friend of Jim Bridger and Kit Carson and one of General John C. He was one of the most colorful figures of the old west.

N.C. Wyeth in his studio as he paints "Rounding Up," with Allen Tupper True on the saddle posing for the painting. Photographer unknown, ca. 1905. Allen Tupper True Papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Wyeth - Buffalo Bill Center of the West

Buffalo Bill a Livorno

Buffalo Bill a Livorno

A young Theodore Roosevelt, ca.1875  Nice sideburns...

Theodore Roosevelt, September 1875

Apparently there used to be a rule that to be President you had to be hot. This is a young Teddy Roosevelt folks. ooooh that's why they named the Teddy Bear after him.

cool get up

The All-American Cowgirl: A History in Pictures

Prairie Rose Henderson popularized bloomers and pants for cowgirls with her festive garb. Source: National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, Fort Worth, Texas

Cabinet Card, 6 1/2" x 4 1/4". Portrait of a pair of Wild West performers, attired in western garb, and both holding rifles. Durtha, Delaware, Ohio photographer's imprint and ornate backmark

Portrait of a pair of Wild West performers, attired in western garb, and both holding rifles. Durtha, Delaware, Ohio photographer's imprint and ornate backmark

Oregon toughs, circa 1900. Cigarettes and hats required.

Oregon toughs, circa Cigarettes and hats required. I can vouch for the fact that people in Oregon still look like this. [If you mean incredibly good looking, you're right.

Kitty Leroy: gambler, gun fighter, saloon-owner, occasional prostitute, and regular Old West rabble-rouser.

Gunfighter, gambler, performer, & alleged prostitute Kitty Leroy, best known as one of the most proficient poker players in the Old West.

Lizzie Williams - known as the Texas Cattle Queen. She was an Austin school teacher who became a successful business women in the historic Texas cattle industry. She kept books for early cattle drives, wrote articles for the popular Frank Leslie’s Magazine, invested in land and cattle, and became a Texas legend. She had her own cattle brand and owned vast cattle ranches throughout Texas. Lizzie was the only woman in Texas history to accompany her own herd of Texas longhorns up the Chisolm…

Lizzie Johnson Williams was an Austin school teacher and the only woman in Texas history to accompany her own herd up the Chisolm trail, earning her the name, "The Texas Cattle Queen,"

William F. Cody AP1267

William F. Cody

William Frederick Cody alias Buffalo Bill Drawn using a photograph for reference taken by Eugene Pirou - Paris - France - 1896

vintagecowboy: “ A southwest Texas cowboy, in a photographer’s studio, 1883. ”

vintagecowboy: “ A southwest Texas cowboy, in a photographer’s studio, ”

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