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PIONEER HOMESTEAD, 19th C.
A pioneer homestead in a pine forest: colored engraving, 19th century.
OREGON TRAIL EMIGRANTS.
The first season in Oregon of newly arrived emigrants. Wood engraving, American, 1878.
CANADA: MANITOBA, 1877.
Scenes of life for frontiersmen in Manitoba, Canada. Engraving, American, 1877.
IDAHO: SETTLERS, c1882.
A group of settlers standing outside a log cabin in American Falls, Idaho. Photographed c1882.
Scenes from the German-Russian settlement at Eureka, South Dakota. Engraving, American, c1896.
Citizens of the frontier town of Barkerville, British Columbia, Canada, watching a cattle drive down Main Street. Photograph, c1865.
BORDER GUARDS, 1961.
Erich Honecker, secretary for security matters of the German Democratic Republic, meeting with a unit of the border police at Bad Salzungen, on the frontier with West Germany, 15 September 1961.
Austria-Hungaria, military: Austrio-hungarian soldiers in the Hercegowina (Bosnia) at the frontier to Montenegro. Singalising from the height of a mountain pass road to the K.u.K. navy base at Kotor (Cattaro). 30. April 1909.
BATTLE OF FALLEN TIMBERS.
Anthony Wayne's Legion at the Battle of Fallen Timbers on the banks of the Maumee River, Ohio, 20 August 1794. Steel engraving, 1859.
TRACKING FUGITIVES, 1711.
Tuscarora Indians tracking fugitive European colonists in eastern North Carolina at the beginning of the Tuscarora War (1711-1715). Wood engraving, 19th century.
'Scenes in the Life of a Trapper,' hunting wolves, moose, buffalo, bears, beavers, otters and cougars. Engraving after drawings by W.M. Cary, American, 1868.
'The Settler's First Home in the Far West.' Engraving after a drawing by W.A. Rogers, 1880.
EMIGRANT SETTLEMENT, c1880.
A newly established settlement in the American Northwest. Wood engraving, c1880.
NEBRASKA: FRONTIER FAMILY.
The family of David Hilton posing next to their organ on their farm near Weissert, Custer County, Nebraska. Photographed by Solomon D. Butcher, 1887.
SPANISH CIVIL WAR, 1939.
Republican (Loyalist) soldiers marching across the Pyrenees frontier lay down their weapons before crossing the border into France towards the end of the Spanish Civil War, 10 February 1939.
SPANISH CIVIL WAR, 1939.
Vehicles on the frontier in the Pyrenees mountains, destroyed by Republican (Loyalist) militia members fleeing to France after the Nationalist capture of Barcelona in January 1939.
PIONEER SUNDAY SCHOOL.
A Sunday School in the American West in the mid-19th century. Wood engraving, American, late 19th century.
'The Trapper's Last Shot.' Steel engraving, American, 1850, after a painting by William Tylee Ranney.
CARTOON: BOY SCOUTS, 1912.
'A new scout on the old trail - Put it thar, Pard! Yer do us proud!' Illustration by Will Crawford published in 'Puck', 5 June 1912.
YELLOWSTONE: RANCH, 1872.
Major Pease's ranch on the Yellowstone River in Montana. Photograph by William Henry Jackson during the geological surveys led by Ferdinand Vandeveer Hayden, 1872.
ALASKA: SKAGWAY PIERS.
View of the railroad tracks and pier on the Taiya Inlet at the town of Skagway, Alaska. Photograph, early 20th century.
VIRGINIA: EAST AND WEST.
19th century American engravings comparing 'Life in Eastern Virginia. The Home of the Planter,' and 'Life in Western Virginia. The Home of the Mountaineer.'
FRONTIER STATION: BEGGAR.
An old Native American woman begging for food at a frontier station in the American West. Wood engraving, American, 1876, after William de la Montagne Cary.
TELEGRAPH REPAIR MAN, 1873.
A telegraph repair man on the American frontier. Wood engraving, American, 1873.
View of 5th Avenue at Skagway, Alaska. Photograph, early 20th century.
Fourth of July celebration at the town of Skagway, Alaska, early 20th century.
Looking north on Broadway at Skagway, Alaska. Photograph, early 20th century.
DAWSON CITY, c1897.
Log cabins and tents along the riverside at the gold mining town of Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada. Photograph, c1897.
OHIO: LOG CABIN & FARM.
A log cabin and farm site at Orange (Cuyahoga county), Ohio, in 1831. Lithograph.
DEADWOOD, SD, 1877.
Wall Street, following Snaky Gulch bottom, in the frontier town of Deadwood. Oil over a photograph.
COLORADO: BLACK HAWK CITY.
BEAR HUNT, 1875.
A group of bear hunters returning to their camp in the Rocky Mountains. Wood engraving, American, 1875.
CHERRY VALLEY MASSACRE.
Seneca warriors and their Tory allies raid the Wells farm during the massacre at Cherry Valley, New York, 11 November 1778. Line engraving, 1856, by Thomas Phillibrown, after the painting by Alonzo Chappel.
'The Frontier Teacher And His School.' A Schoolroom on the western frontier. Wood engraving, American, 1883.
OREGON FAMILY, c1890.
Oil over a photograph.
BUFFALO HUNTING, 1870.
Hunting buffaloes. Steel engraving, 1870, after Felix O.C. Darley.
YUKON: SAW MILL, c1897.
Men using pit saws to cut lumber for boat construction at Bennett Lake, near Dawson City, Yukon Territory, Canada. Photograph, c1897.
WILLIAM F. CODY (1846-1917).
William Frederick Cody. Known as Buffalo Bill. American frontiersman and showman. Buffalo Bill in buckskin clothing, carrying a rifle and handgun. Lithograph, American, c1870.
RUSSELL: RAWLINS' HORSE.
Drawing by Charles M. Russell (1864-1926).
DEADWOOD, SOUTH DAKOTA.
Wall Street, following Snaky Gulch bottom, in the frontier town of Deadwood, 1877.
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