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  • April C

    What would I do without archives of vintage photographs? Readers of "Cow Dog and the Witchman" might recognize this scene from a cattle drive.

  • Prairie Flower

    Old West Vintage Moments Photography | Chuckwagon on a Cattle Drive

  • Donna Hinson

    Here for your browsing pleasure is an extraordinary photo of Mess scene on "round up". It was made in 1887 by Grabill, John C. H., photographer. The photo documents Cowboys eating near chuckwagon; small groups of horses and cattle in campsite.

  • Wilson Stallings

    Real Old West Cowboys | Chuckwagon on a Cattle Drive

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