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Holloway Massacre, August 1857, near the head of the Humboldt River and present day Wells, Nevada. A small wagon train of settlers were headed to California when natives, possibly Paiutes, attacked. Mr Holloway who led the group was killed. His wife was scalped and their two year old daughter was killed when she was swung by the heels into a wagon wheel. Mrs Holloway survived, The scalp of Mrs Holloway was retrieved and reattached, she lived for several years but eventually went insane. 6…

Holloway Massacre, August 1857, near the head of the Humboldt River and present day Wells, Nevada. A small wagon train of settlers were headed to California when natives, possibly Paiutes, attacked. Mr Holloway who led the group was killed. His wife was scalped and their two year old daughter was killed when she was swung by the heels into a wagon wheel. Mrs Holloway survived, The scalp of Mrs Holloway was retrieved and reattached, she lived for several years but eventually went insane. 6…

October 9, 2015  Atz Lee Kilcher Of ‘Alaska: The Last Frontier’ Gives A Health Update To Fans   Mandy Robinson  Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/2482824/atz-lee-kilcher-of-alaska-the-last-frontier-gives-a-health-update-to-fans/#jCK2gXXxy2DoW71w.99

October 9, 2015 Atz Lee Kilcher Of ‘Alaska: The Last Frontier’ Gives A Health Update To Fans Mandy Robinson Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/2482824/atz-lee-kilcher-of-alaska-the-last-frontier-gives-a-health-update-to-fans/#jCK2gXXxy2DoW71w.99

Father Ambrose Mattingly took pictures from several South Dakota Indian Reservations including the Standing Rock, Yankton, Lower Brule, and Crow Creek.  He took this picture of homesteaders in front of their prairie home near Stephan, S.D.  This type of home was quite common along with homes made of sod, or 'soddies,' among prairie homesteaders in the late 1800s.

Father Ambrose Mattingly took pictures from several South Dakota Indian Reservations including the Standing Rock, Yankton, Lower Brule, and Crow Creek. He took this picture of homesteaders in front of their prairie home near Stephan, S.D. This type of home was quite common along with homes made of sod, or 'soddies,' among prairie homesteaders in the late 1800s.

The Alamo is the most famous battle in Texas history — but that's only one part of the tale.

The True Story Behind 'Texas Rising'

The Alamo is the most famous battle in Texas history — but that's only one part of the tale.

MARCH 6, 1836:  Battle of the Alamo. Mexican Troops, led by Gen. Santa Anna, surrounded and stormed the Alamo.

MARCH 6, 1836: Battle of the Alamo. Mexican Troops, led by Gen. Santa Anna, surrounded and stormed the Alamo.

While playing poker in Deadwood, South Dakota, James Butler “Wild Bill”  Hickok was murdered. Hickok was holding Aces and Eights and that's how the hand got the nick name of Dead Man's Hand.

While playing poker in Deadwood, South Dakota, James Butler “Wild Bill” Hickok was murdered. Hickok was holding Aces and Eights and that's how the hand got the nick name of Dead Man's Hand.

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