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Annie Oakley 1860-1926. Annie began trapping at a young age, and shooting and hunting by age eight to support her siblings and her widowed mother. She sold the hunted game for money to locals in Greenville, as well as restaurants and hotels in southern Ohio. Her skill eventually paid off the mortgage on her mother's farm when Annie was 15. He life story is amazing.
1870 in Denver .. an Express Wagon in front of the Holladay Overland Mail and Express Company.
Lizzie Williams - known as the Texas Cattle Queen. She was an Austin school teacher who became a successful business women in the historic Texas cattle industry. She kept books for early cattle drives, wrote articles for the popular Frank Leslie’s Magazine, invested in land and cattle, and became a Texas legend. She had her own cattle brand and owned vast cattle ranches throughout Texas. Lizzie was the only woman in Texas history to accompany her own herd of Texas longhorns up the Chisolm Tr...
An unknown cowgirl from around 1900. Source: Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave, Golden, Colorado
Broncho Bill, cowboy interpreter of the Sioux, and his family, Buffalo Bill's Wild West, c. 1890.
Ed Schieffelin, "Founder of Tombstone", Arizona, 1880s
[Buffalo Bill] One of the Earliest Views of William F. Cody
Annie Oakley~American sharpshooter and exhibition shooter
Real - Pearl Hart, the only female stagecoach robber in the Old West - ... JamesAZiegler.com
[Samuel H. Walker]. James Francis Blair Sixth-Plate Daguerreotype, circa 1848. Blair, a private in Samuel Walker's company of Texas Rangers during the early months of the Mexican War, wears a broad-brimmed palmetto hat and a light-colored linen duster, popular amongst Rangers.
Antique photo of unidentified woman cattle rancher in old west Colorado, circa 1890.
Daniel Freeman, the first person to acquire land under the Homestead Act, in Beatrice, Nebraska, 1863.
Studio portrait of African American officer and woman, Company D, 25th United States Infantry Regiment "Buffalo Soldiers", Fort Custer, Mont...
Frontiersman Samuel Colt was late to the double action game; he considered the design to be unreliable. Twenty years after Colt’s patent expired in 1857, Colt attempted a small-frame revolver; the following year, 1878, the company’s large-frame double action came out, known as the Frontier Colt. In this 1880s photo, a buckskin-clad dandy sports his nickeled 1878 Frontier Colt on his hip.
Cowboy with Holster ca 1890s
John Curry sod house near West Union, Nebraska
A rare image of Annie Oakley. Why rare? . . . In this beautiful photograph of Annie she's is not holding a gun!
Texas Deputy U.S. Marshal Edward W. Johnson (at left) lost his right arm in an 1888 gunfight soon after this photograph was taken. He gained notoriety after an 1889 mob attacked the notorious Marlow Brothers during a jail transport, an incident that inspired the 1965 film Sons of Katie Elder. Also pictured: Texas Ranger Lorenzo K. Creekman (center) and Parker County Deputy Sheriff E.A. Hutchison (at right). – Courtesy George T. Jackson Jr. –
Experts speculate this photograph of Pat Garrett was taken while he was in Santa Fe trying to collect the reward on the Kid.
Agnes Lake - Wild Bill Hickok's Wife
Photography:Studio Portraits, "Wild Bill" Hickok, "Texas Jack" Omohundro, and "Buffalo Bill" Cody: An Imperial-Size Cabinet Card, Circa 1873,...