America's Life in the 1850's

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Photos of people, places, tools, activities, buildings, barns, equipment and any other objects used in the early to mid 19th Century to support rural living in America's Midwest.

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Milliner and Daughter. Unattributed quarter-plate ambrotype, hand-colored, From American Treasures of the Library of Congress. Antique Photos, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Vintage Postcards, Victorian Women, Victorian Era, Historical Photos, Historical Clothing, Old Pictures

Women's Work (Memory)

American Treasures of the Library of Congress: Memory (Women's Work). Occupational portraits of women taken during the early decades of photography are exceedingly rare. The millinery business was one of the few respectable occupations available to women who sought employment.

The Clydesdale is a breed of draught horse derived from the farm horses of Clydesdale, Scotland, and named after that region. Although originally one of the smaller breeds of draught horses, it is now a tall breed. Big Horses, Work Horses, Horses And Dogs, Pretty Horses, Horse Love, Beautiful Horses, Animals Beautiful, Caballos Clydesdale, Clydesdale Horses

The Clydesdale is a draft horse breed from Lanarkshire, Scotland, and its name was inspired by the River Clyde. The Clydesdale’s history goes back to the mid-1700s, when native stocks were mated with larger Flemish horses and then selected for use in agriculture and for all types of heavy hauling, including transport through the streets of Glasgow. Clydesdale horses were first exhibited under the breed name in 1826.

silk Bonnet, American or European, via The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Victorian Hats, Victorian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Silk Bonnet, Civil War Fashion, Civil War Dress, Retro Mode

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 Clark & Co. / Rochester, NY Stoneware Jug w/ Slip-Trailed Floral Decoration -- Lot 137 -- November 2012 Stoneware Auction Antique Crocks, Old Crocks, Antique Stoneware, Stoneware Crocks, Earthenware, Old Pottery, Glazes For Pottery, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art

Fall 2012 Auction of American Stoneware & Redware Pottery -

Bid online, view images and see past prices for Fall 2012 Auction of American Stoneware & Redware Pottery. Invaluable is the world's largest marketplace of items at auction, live and online!

Herman Melville was an American novelist, short story writer, essayist, and poet. He is best known for his novel Moby-Dick. Writers And Poets, Writers Write, Story Writer, Book Writer, Book Authors, I Love Books, My Books, Moby Dick, Comedy

Herman Melville 1819 –1891, fascinating author of "Moby Dick" and "Bartleby the Scrivener"

Historic Currier and Ives prints for sale. Currier and Ives prints were created during during the turn of the century by the New York print-making firm Currier and Ives and produced on a mass scale for sale to the public. Our Currier an Trail Of Tears, Currier And Ives, School Posters, Vintage School, Arts And Crafts Supplies, Art School, School Days, School Memories, First Day Of School

God Bless Our School

'God Bless Our School.' Published by Currier & Ives, 125 Nassau St., New York, c. 1874.

Grandma Moses Charming naive paintings evocative of American country life in a recently passed era. R McN Grandma Moses, Country Art, American Country, Country Life, Primitive Folk Art, Naive Art, Outsider Art, Famous Artists, American Artists

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A gallery image of the Currier and Ives print: American Homestead Autumn. Homesteading Blogs, Currier And Ives, Vintage Farm, Vintage Items, Thomas Kinkade, Farm Life, Find Art, Home Art, Giclee Print

American Homestead Autumn by Currier & Ives

A gallery image of the Currier and Ives print: American Homestead Autumn.

American Homestead Summer Artist: Currier & Ives, American Medium: Hand-colored lithograph on wove paper Dates: Dimensions: 7 x 12 x Currier And Ives, Farm Yard, Hand Coloring, Home Art, Antiques, American, Color Print, Art Print, Vintage Art

American Homestead Summer by Currier & Ives

A gallery image of the Currier and Ives print: American Homestead Summer.

Hand painted reproduction of Courtship (aka Winding Up) 1836 painting. This masterpiece was painted originally by William Sidney Mount. Commission your beautiful hand painted reproduction of Courtship (aka Winding Up) Choose from many different sizes. Long Island, Hudson River School, Google Art Project, Winslow Homer, Romance, Textiles, Yarn Ball, Art Google, American Art

Courting While Doing Chores in 1835-36 Rural America

. William Sidney Mount (American painter, 1807-1868) Courtship while Winding Up 1836 . William Sidney Mount (American painter, 1807-1868) The Sportsman's Last Visit 1835 .

Goldfish in Painting Jonathan Eastman Johnson. Girl and pets, 1856 Figure Painting, Painting & Drawing, Art Through The Ages, Dutch Painters, French Artists, Retro, Cat Art, Contemporary Artists, Art History

Rural 19th-Century America by Eastman Johnson (1824-1906)

Eastman Johnson (American painter, 1824-1906) was an American painter who helped establish the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Best known for his genre paintings of scenes from everyday life, he also painted portraits of the famous & not so famous. Eastman Johnson (American painter, 1824-1906) The Girl I Left Behind Me Eastman Johnson (American painter, 1824-1906) Dinah 1866-69 Eastman Johnson (American painter, 1824-1906) A Ride for Freedom The Fugitive Slaves 1862 Eastman Johnson (American…

What a neat picture. I love thinking of who lived and worked in our cabin long ago. The original rooms were a trading post in Tennessee mid Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Old Cabins, Cabins In The Woods, Louisiana, Into The West, Oregon Trail, Le Far West

What a neat picture. I love thinking of who lived and worked in our cabin long ago. The original rooms were a trading post in Tennessee mid 1800's.