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PIONEER WOMEN

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Milkmaid by Frank Meadow Sufcliffe, pioneering Victorian photographer (late Antique Photos, Vintage Pictures, Vintage Photographs, Old Pictures, Vintage Images, Old Photos, Historical Pictures, Victorian Era, Black And White Photography

WHITBY: Ref: 3-63 *

* “The Gardener’s Daughter” This photograph had until recently, been known as "Woman in Garden", a purely descriptive title. However, in a catalogue - "List of Photographic Studies by Frank Meadow Sutcliffe" dating from around 1900, Sutcliffe gave the above title to this image. The location of this photograph was the garden of an old cottage in the grounds of Mulgrave Castle, the home of the Marquis and Marchioness of Normanby, approximately four miles from Whitby. One of his earlier…

Pioneer family on their way to market Can anyone tell me what this wagon is called? My mother talked about taking the milk to town in a buck board wagon. Old West Photos, Antique Photos, Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Westerns, Into The West, American Frontier, Le Far West, Mountain Man

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Aboriginal Man Feeding a Baby Beaver, Pointe-Bleue Indian reserve, Quebec, unknown date Photographer: Department of the Interior Ren...

Upon statehood in farms spread across Montana. By that number had jumped to The Enlarged Homestead Act was one reason thousands flooded into Montana, including many marrie… Pioneer Day, Pioneer Life, Pioneer Women, Us History, Women In History, American History, Old West Photos, Dust Bowl, Into The West

The Work Was Never Done: Farm and Ranch Wives and Mothers

Upon statehood in 1889, 5,600 farms spread across Montana. By 1910, that number had jumped to 26,000. The Enlarged Homestead Act was one reason thousands flooded into Montana, including many marrie…

Read "Montana Women Homesteaders A Field of One's Own" by Sarah Carter available from Rakuten Kobo. In Montana Women Homesteaders: A Field of One's Own, Sarah Carter introduces the voices and images of women who filed on. Best Books To Read, I Love Books, Great Books, My Books, Big Sky Country, Reading Rainbow, Pacific Coast Highway, Historical Fiction, History Books

Staking Her Claim: Women Homesteading the West

Staking Her Claim: Women Homesteading the West [Marcia Meredith Hensley] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Staking Her Claim: Women Homesteading the West

thirtymilesout:Etta Foreman Storey Storey Ranch, Cameron, Montana ca 1905 Photo: Albert Foreman Source: Albert Foreman Collection Old Pictures, Old Photos, American Spirit, Vintage Farm, History Photos, Montana, My Horse, Big Sky, Old West

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Etta Foreman Storey (1886-1946) Storey Ranch, Cameron, Montana ca 1905 Photo: Albert Foreman Source: Albert Foreman Collection

(Photo Courtesy Utah State Historical Society) Three men, a woman and their dog next to their covered wagon in Us History, American History, Church History, Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old West Photos, Antique Photos, Pioneer Life, Pioneer Women

Three men, a woman and their dog next to their covered wagon in 1878. (Photo Courtesy Utah State Historical Society)

Welcome to the Badlands: Stunning black and white pictures give a rare glimpse into the hardships of life on the American frontier Antique Photos, Vintage Photographs, Old Photos, Vintage Images, Pioneer Day, Pioneer Life, Pioneer Women, Into The West, American Frontier

Black and white images give a rare glimpse of life on the American frontier

Photo postcards capture the arduous beginnings of homesteaders as they settled across the Great Plains in the early 20th century.

Antique real photo postcard showing woman in front of her small claim farm house circa Pioneer Life, Pioneer Women, Westerns, Vintage Soul, American Spirit, Old Soul, Photo Postcards, Old West, Vintage Pictures

Antique real photo postcard showing woman in front of her small claim farm house circa 1910.

Pictures of the American West - Newly Opened Lands "Holding Down A Lot In Guthrie, Indian Territory [Oklahoma]. Rich, ca. Oklahoma Land Rush, Oklahoma Usa, Guthrie Oklahoma, Pioneer Life, Pioneer Day, Pioneer Women, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos

Pictures of the American West - Newly Opened Lands

Pictures of Newly Opened Lands in the American West from the National Archives

Civil War Quilts: Caroline Boston After the Civil War Antique Quilts, Vintage Quilts, History Of Quilting, Signature Quilts, Sewing Circles, Antique Sewing Machines, Civil War Quilts, Vintage Tools, Barn Quilts

Introducing Prairie Stitches!

Ada Blaney ~ Nebraska Historical Society. Used with permission For me, the lovely Ada Blaney epitomizes life on the prairie. Ada was, no doubt, very proud of her treadle sewing machine, and wanted to show it off when her photo was taken, as she stitches away on her homestead with the open prairie behind her. She was my inspiration for naming my newest fabric collection..... Prairie Stitches The fabrics in the collection are a mix of deep reds, blues, browns, golds and neutrals.....just some…