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667790

1859 Sacramento, California...

November 7, 1868 | Item # 667790
$28.00
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667747

The Grattan Indian massacre...

September 11, 1854 | Item # 667747
$57.00
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664771

1872 Portland, Oregon.....

January 10, 1879 | Item # 664771
$28.00
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664203

Early Arizona newspaper...

July 9, 1887 | Item # 664203
$93.00
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663808

From the Oregon Territory...

January 8, 1856 | Item # 663808
$46.00
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663807

Very early from San Diego...

June 3, 1873 | Item # 663807
$37.00
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663806

Rare issue from Pioche, Nevada...

February 7, 1873 | Item # 663806
$76.00
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663805

News from Northern California...

September 11, 1878 | Item # 663805
$32.00
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663754

From the Arizona Territory...

June 5, 1875 | Item # 663754
$145.00
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663117

Short-lived labor newspaper...

March 8, 1884 | Item # 663117
$48.00
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663062

Early San Diego...

June 1, 1877 | Item # 663062
$32.00
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662690

Early Arizona newspaper...

July 13, 1887 | Item # 662690
$93.00
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662567

Huge image of "Buffalo Bill" Cody...

September 11, 1875 | Item # 662567
$267.00
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662359

Short-lived labor newspaper...

February 23, 1884 | Item # 662359
$48.00
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American Wild West Newspapers

The American Wild West, or American frontier, is bursting with folklore and legendary characters, such as Billy The Kid, Buffalo Bill, and Jesse James. Many events and people we consider legendary today, such as the gunfight at the O.K. Corral and Jesse James were not deemed as being significant at the time, and reports are typically small and difficult to find.

The Old West, or Wild West, was a period that began with the Gold Rush and migration of Mormons to Utah, and endured until the early part of the 20th century. American pioneers were moving westward for many reasons, for example, to outrun the law, to better their living situation, search for larger plots of land, or to mine gold and other precious metals.

 

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