Exploring the Untamed Riches in Photos from the Wild West

1. Life As A Cowboy: This photo is a picturesque summary of what life was like as a cowboy in the late 1800s.

2. Rounding Up Cattle In Kansas: In 2023, cattle prices soared to around $1,900 to $2,300 a head.

3. Klondyke Dance Hall & Saloon: The Klondyke Dance Hall and Saloon was infamous in its time. 

4. Corinne, Utah In 1869: Corinne, Utah has always been a small, yet proud, town. 

5. Wild, Wild West Homesteaders: Back in 1862, which might have been around the time this photo was taken.

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6. Deadwood (The Real One): We’ve included a couple of photos of Deadwood, California on this list.

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7. San Francisco, CA During The Gold Rush: Here, we can see San Francisco, California during the Gold Rush. 

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8. The First Home In Dodge City: Dodge City is located in Southwestern Kansas, and it is home to historical sites.

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9. Kids Riding A Cow To School: There weren’t any buses to take the kids to school in rural Oklahoma in the early 1900s.

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10. Buffalo Bill, 1871: Buffalo Bill, born William Cody, was one of the most famous entertainers.

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11. Mine Workers Leaving The Mine Shaft: Mining was a big industry in Virginia City, Nevada.

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12. Apaches Delivering Hay: Though you might have thought that the relationship between Natives and settlers.

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13. “Disreputable” Places, Nevada: Hazen, Nevada was a wild place to be in the Old West.

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