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David Nye is the specialized dealer in worldwide Columbian philately of "Christopher Columbus" and "Discovery of America" ...plus other explorers of the New World. Visit: MrColumbus1492.com

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Legends of the West [Native American Culture] stamp, Stamp Catalogs attached to this pin. Native American Models, Native American Artifacts, Native American Indians, American Symbols, Native Indian, African Art Museum, African American Museum, American History, Commemorative Stamps

United States Scott #2869e (18 Oct 1994) Native American Culture. Text on back of stamp …“Native American Culture: Early travelers to the West encountered rich and complex societies living close to the land in harmony with nature. Tribal lore and extensive archaeological ruins attested to centuries of habitation.”

US Legends of the West 1994 Postage Stamp Mini Sheet Issue Charles Goodnight, Westerns, Nature Sauvage, Commemorative Stamps, Going Postal, Ceremony Programs, Vintage Stamps, Rare Stamps, Le Far West

United States Scott #2869 (18 Oct 1994) pane of 20 stamps (a-t): Legends of the West….Designs: a, Home on the Range. b, Buffalo Bill Cody (1846-1917). c, Jim Bridger (1804-81). d, Annie Oakley (1860-1926). e, Native American Culture. f, Chief Joseph (c. 1840-1904). g, Bill Pickett (1870-1932). h, Bat Masterson (1853-1921). i, John C. Fremont (1813-90). j, Wyatt Earp (1848-1929). k, Nellie Cashman (c. 1849-1925). l, Charles Goodnight (1826-1929). m, Geronimo (1823-1909). n, Kit Carson…

United States Scott Oct Geronimo Text on back of stamp: “Geronimo (Goyahkla) “one-who-yawns” Chiricahua Apache war leader. Fine horseman, guerrilla leader and tactician who led war parties for 30 years. Widely believed to have spiritual powers. Geronimo, Stamp Printing, Stamp Collecting, Native American Indians, Postage Stamps, Nativity, Sport, 30 Years, Chief Joseph

United States Scott #2869m (18 Oct 1994) Geronimo Text on back of stamp: “Geronimo (Goyahkla) “one-who-yawns” 1823-1909. Chiricahua Apache war leader. Fine horseman, guerrilla leader and tactician who led war parties for 30 years. Widely believed to have spiritual powers.”

Picture of USA - CIRCA 1994 : Stamp printed in the USA shows Chief Joseph - chief of the Wal-lam-wat-kain (Wallowa) band of Nez Perce, humanitarian and peacemaker in old West, circa 1994 stock photo, images and stock photography. Native American Wisdom, Native American Beauty, Native American Indians, American History, Native Americans, Native Indian, Native Art, Indian Art, Chef Joseph

United States Scott #2869f (18 Oct 1994) Chief Joseph Text on back of stamp: “Chief Joseph “Hin-mah-too-yah-lat-Kekht (Thunder-traveling-to-loftier-heights) c.1840-1904. Eloquent, nobel Nez Percé chief whose brilliant tactics allowed his people to fight off the U.S. army across several states.”

United States Scott #2183 (14 Sep 1989) Sitting Bull: Hunkpapa Lakota (Dakota Sioux) leader and holy man.  United States Scott #1855 (15 Jan 1982) Crazy Horse: Native American war leader of the Oglala Lakota.   Both Native Americans led their people during years of resistance to United States government policies regarding territory and their way of life. Sun Dance, Sitting Bull, Christopher Columbus, American War, Crazy Horse, State Government, Man United, Sioux, Way Of Life

United States Scott #2183 (14 Sep 1989) Sitting Bull: Hunkpapa Lakota (Dakota Sioux) leader and holy man. United States Scott #1855 (15 Jan 1982) Crazy Horse: Native American war leader of the Oglala Lakota. Both Native Americans led their people during years of resistance to United States government policies regarding territory and their way of life.

United States Scott Aug Red Cloud: Chief of the Oglala Lakota (Sioux) Indians. Red Cloud was instrumental in organizing resistance to the white man’s invasion of the Indian homeland by the U. Stamp World, Red Cloud, Christopher Columbus, Love Stamps, Sioux, Instrumental, White Man, Homeland, Organizing

United States Scott #2175 (15 Aug 1987) Red Cloud: Chief of the Oglala Lakota (Sioux) Indians. Red Cloud was instrumental in organizing resistance to the white man’s invasion of the Indian homeland by the U.S. Military.

Obit of the Day (Historical): Sacagawea Sacagawea, the famed Shoshone interpreter who joined Meriweather Lewis and William Clark on their exploration of the American Midwest and Pacific Coast,. William Clark, Native American History, Native American Indians, Lewis And Clark, Stamp Printing, Stamp Collecting, First Nations, Postage Stamps, Nativity

United States Scott #2869s (18 Oct 1994) Sacagawea Text on back of stamp: “Sacagawea “Bird-woman” c.1787-1812. Born Shoshone, she was captured by rival Native Americans and later sold to a French trapper. Both joined the Lewis & Clark Expedition, which she served as guide.”

8 USPS stamps that celebrate food and agriculture Squashes, Three Sisters, Agriculture, North America, Seeds, Stamps, United States, Christopher Columbus, Food

United States Scott #BK302 Combination Booklet: Crops of the Americas. Booklet contains four self-adhesive stamps of each design: Corn, Squashes, Sunflowers, Beans and Chilies. Text on Booklet: “Corn, chilies, beans, squashes, and sunflowers had been cultivated in the Americas for centuries when Europeans first arrived. Columbus and later explorers carried seeds from these crops to Europe; traders eventually took them to Africa and Asia.

American Folk Art Series on Pueblo Indian Pottery U. Postage Stamps: Zia Pot (Museum of New Mexico), San Ildelfonso Pot (Denver Art Museum), Hopi Pot (Heard Museum Phoenix), Acoma Pot (School of American Research) Pueblo Indians, Pueblo Pottery, Postage Stamp Art, Art Series, Stamp Collecting, Indian Art, Pottery Art, Folk Art, United States

United States Scott #1706-09 (13 Apr 1977) American Folk Art Series on Pueblo Indian Pottery: Zia Pot (Museum of New Mexico) San Ildelfonso Pot (Denver Art Museum) Hopi Pot (Heard Museum Phoenix) Acoma Pot (School of American Research)

United States Scott #C131 (12 Oct 1991) Bering Land Bridge:  The first Americans crossed over from Asia. Puasp: Postal Union of the Americas, Spain and Portugal. Union nations agreed to issue stamps in the AMERICA series with a common theme. The theme in 1991: Voyages of Discovery. Christopher Columbus, Spain And Portugal, Licence Plates, Stamps, Asia, United States, American, Flags, Discovery

United States Scott #C131 (12 Oct 1991) Bering Land Bridge: The first Americans crossed over from Asia. Puasp: Postal Union of the Americas, Spain and Portugal. Union nations agreed to issue stamps in the AMERICA series with a common theme. The theme in 1991: Voyages of Discovery.

United States Scott Oct Puas Pre-Columbian America issue: Southwest carved figure, A. Puas: Postal Union of the Americas and Spain (España). The theme in 1989 for UPAE (Paus) member nations: Pre-Columbian people, customs and habits. Christopher Columbus, Stamps, Spain, United States, Carving, America, People, Fictional Characters, Art

United States Scott #2426 (12 Oct 1989) Puas Pre-Columbian America issue: Southwest carved figure, A.D. 1150-1350. Puas: Postal Union of the Americas and Spain (España). The theme in 1989 for UPAE (Paus) member nations: Pre-Columbian people, customs and habits.

 Puas: Postal Union of the Americas and Spain. Natural surroundings seen by explorers: Tropical islands, American Caribbean. Christopher Columbus, American History, Islands, Caribbean, Stamps, Spain, Coast, Tropical, United States

United States Scott C127 (12 Oct 1990) Pre-Columbian America issue: Tropical Coast. Puas: Postal Union of the Americas and Spain. Natural surroundings seen by explorers: Tropical islands, American Caribbean.

United States Scott Oct Puas Pre-Columbian America issue: Southeast carved figure, A. Puas: Postal Union of the Americas and Spain (España). The theme in 1989 for UPAE (Paus) member nations: Pre-Columbian people, customs and habits. Christopher Columbus, Stamp Collecting, Postage Stamps, United States, Carving, America, Ads, Airmail, Album

United States Scott #C121 (12 Oct 1989) Puas Pre-Columbian America issue: Southeast carved figure, A.D. 700-1450. Puas: Postal Union of the Americas and Spain (España). The theme in 1989 for UPAE (Paus) member nations: Pre-Columbian people, customs and habits.

United States First Day Cover Scott 2616 (24 Jan 1992) World Columbian Stamp Expo (landing of Columbus) ...other stamps tied to cover with cancellation: The Mayflower and the landing of the Pilgrims in 1620: United States Scott #1420 (21 Nov 1970). Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1804: United States Scott #1063 (28 Jul 1954). Landing of the first Swedish and Finnish settlers in America in 1638: United States Scott #836 (27 Jun 1936). The landing of Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac at Detroit in… Detroit Skyline, Christopher Columbus, Lewis And Clark, First Day Covers, Pilgrims, Cadillac, Jun, Landing, Stamps

United States First Day Cover Scott 2616 (24 Jan 1992) World Columbian Stamp Expo (landing of Columbus) ...other stamps tied to cover with cancellation: The Mayflower and the landing of the Pilgrims in 1620: United States Scott #1420 (21 Nov 1970). Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1804: United States Scott #1063 (28 Jul 1954). Landing of the first Swedish and Finnish settlers in America in 1638: United States Scott #836 (27 Jun 1936). The landing of Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac at Detroit in…

Spain Scott #B158a (16 Oct 1989) Folded booklet pane of six semi-postal stamps:   Corn; Tomato; Potato; Cocoa; Horse; Turkey …all found in the New World by Columbus and the Spaniards that followed him except the horse.  Historians say the horse had been in North America but was extinct. Columbus introduced the Spanish horses (E. caballus) to the Americas on his second voyage in 1493.   Discovery of America 500th Anniversary issue with the 500 emblem on the stamps. Christopher Columbus, Centenario, Extinct, Historian, Booklet, Discovery, Cocoa, North America, Potato

Spain Scott #B158a (16 Oct 1989) Folded booklet pane of six semi-postal stamps: Corn; Tomato; Potato; Cocoa; Horse; Turkey …all found in the New World by Columbus and the Spaniards that followed him except the horse. Historians say the horse had been in North America but was extinct. Columbus introduced the Spanish horses (E. caballus) to the Americas on his second voyage in 1493. Discovery of America 500th Anniversary issue with the 500 emblem on the stamps.

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