Mormon Pioneer Family at Echo City, Utah, c.1869
Sod house built on their homestead in 1885, by Mr. and Mrs. George Smith. N Dakota.
American pioneer family, c.1870 (b/w photo)
Oregon Trail Wagon Train | Conestoga Wagons
Old Picture House 1800, love the guns by the door:)...rough times!
Susan Anderson, MD, The Original Dr Quinn ~ Colorado ~ 1870's ...... Buried in Cripple Creek Colorado
Pioneer People | Pioneers, Wagons and Oxen Crossing the Arkansas River at Great Bend
Meade Family Dugout, Ford County, Kansas, circa 1880.
American Pioneer, Clear Creek, Kansas, 1867 (b/w photo)
american old west | www.old-picture.c...
Neat old photo of lady in front of log cabin with a dog and what looks like a bobcat.
Teacher and children in front of sod schoolhouse. Woods Co., Okla. Terr., ca. 1895
mormon pioneer trail | Mormon Pioneers crossing the plains
From a collection of black & white photos of American Pioneers. Date/Location unknown.
Oregon Trail Pioneers | trail http images townnews com background information the oregon trail
A log and mud house
various aspects of pioneer life pioneer life settling on the
Nebraska sod house
Pioneers with Elderly Grandmother, N.D., 1890 .........www.elderweb.com
Pioneers beside their Conestoga Wagon Train sometime between 1880 and 1890.
Sylvester Rawding's house near Sargent, Nebraska as it appeared in 1886.
A family in front of a typical sod house, in 1886, in Nebraska, Custer County.
The John Curry house, near West Union, Custer County, Nebraska, 1886. This photograph is often called "Nebraska Gothic."
american pioneer life - exemplify the problematics of trees, axes, railroads and progress. Or Kaufmann's Indians and Railroad
The great migration west along the Oregon and California Trails
Wooden pegs had to be used when no metal nails were available. In the Great Plains, where there were no forests, houses had to be made of earth. The pioneers had no glass. Windows, if any, were made of greased paper. There were no stores on their route, so supplies were precious.
Vintage Teacher One Room School Bare Foot Students
On the Oregon Trail, heading west to the "land of promise." This photographer is unknown, but it was pioneers like these who, starting in 1841, crossed the Nebraska plains.
American Pioneer Family, c.1888. Mud brick home but they all look healthy.
Newbecker sod house, 1886