Tuesday, December 10, 2013

The Old West

 C. P. Rich: Holding down a lot in Guthrie, Oklahoma Territory, ca. 1889
 J. M. McMurry: Makah Indians from Nee-oh Bay resting on the beach at Port Townsend, Washington, while en route for the hop fields up Pudget-Sound, ca. 1890
 John K. Hillers at work with his negatives. In camp, Aquarius Plateau, Utah Territory. 
Hillers was a photographer with the John Wesley Powell Geological Survey, ca. 1872
 Looking For A Town Lot. Guthrie, Indian Territory [Oklahoma], ca. 1889
 Ore teams on a dusty road, Pinal County, Arizona Territory, ca. 1897
 Stanton G. Smith: A rider fills his keg from a desert well 30 miles north of 
Palomas, Arizona Territory. His horse refreshes himself nearby, April 5, 1907
 Sunday school, Indians and whites. Indian Territory [Oklahoma], ca. 1900
 Teacher and children in front of sod schoolhouse. 
'Woods County, Oklahoma Territory, ca. 1895
[teacher has a surprisingly stylish blouse]
The Covered Wagon of the Great Western Migration. 1886 in Loup Valley, Nebraska. A family poses with the wagon in which they live and travel daily during their pursuit of a homestead

1 comment: