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    Cabins and Sod Huts

    Why log cabins? Because they are homes built by families that stayed together through good times and bad.


    Cabins and Sod Huts

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    vintage gardening tools print

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    primitive dolls~

    ~ Winter Willow Primitives ~ Under The Willow ~

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    Ostertag pioneer homestead

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    Women of the pioneer days had it rough...but it was 'modern' then

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    Cabin fireplace, 1894

    Life, Homes, & Other Scenes | Cabin fireplace, 1894

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    Primitive Kitchen, Early 1800s Primitive Kitchen.

    Primitive Kitchen

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    log-cabin-family.

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    Legends of America Photo Prints | Women of the West

    Women of the West | Pearl Hart, lady outlaw

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    The first house in Dighton, Kansas, built 1879

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    Little cowboy 1800's

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    This wood fired cook stove dates from the early 1850's.

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    Postcards from South Dakota

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    PIONEER HOME OF NELS WICKSTROM - circa 1890 WELCOME TO FLORENCE, WISCONSIN PHOTOGRAPHS #2

    WELCOME TO FLORENCE, WISCONSIN PHOTOGRAPHS #2

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    dugout cabins were prevalent in Kansas at first.

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    These two women, probably sisters, lived in a fairly comfortable, small homestead shack. With their cats and dog they enjoyed the comforts of a real bed and other furniture. A steamer trunk held their clothing and personal items.

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    Caroline Atwater standing in the kitchen door of her log house, Orange County, North Carolina, July 1939 • Dorothea Lange

    Caroline's Kitchen: 1939

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    sod house, nebraska 1905

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    North Dakota Soddy--Many single women homesteaded too. Wow!

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    Welcome to the Badlands: Stunning black and white pictures give a rare glimpse into the hardships of life on the American frontier

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    Fun on the prairie ... looks like a load of Buffalo Chips to keep the fire going ... Seriously !! Can you imagine the life ??

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    May 1938. Irwinville Farms, Georgia. "Mrs. Coleman doing a washing." by John Vachon for the Resettlement Administration.

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    70+ Homestead Hacks | The Prairie Homestead

    70+ Homestead Hacks | The Prairie Homestead

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    DIY complete instructions to build amazing smokehouse...

    Cedar smokehouse construction

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    How To Season Cast Iron Pans by Food Storage Moms

    How To Season Cast Iron Pans - Food Storage Moms

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    Gardening dynamo that too often gets thrown away in the trash - 20 ways to use them

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