Stagecoach Rare Views of the Old West 1849-1915

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Explore life in the Old West through a stunning collection of over 280 rare vintage photographs, many of which have never been published before.

From the exhilarating days of the Gold Rush to the tumultuous times of the First World War, these captivating images unveil the stagecoaches, horse-drawn wagons, bustling towns, and the resilient individuals who resided on the American frontier.

Among this visual narrative, you'll encounter the audacious pioneers who staked their very lives, as well as the lives of their families, on arduous journeys lasting hundreds of days in cramped wagons, across treacherous landscapes.

It's truly astounding that amidst these challenging circumstances, photographers were present to record these significant events on film.

In this remarkable book, it pays homage to these photographers, recognizing their pivotal role in chronicling a crucial chapter in our nation's history. Through their lens, the stories unfold.

Each photograph serves as a tangible testament to their unwavering dedication. Author Demlinger gracefully presents these images, allowing readers to appreciate the profound contributions made by these fearless photographers who took a gamble, believing that their captured moments would record history.

Let the images themselves bear witness to the trials, triumphs, and untold narratives of the Old West.


  • 8 1/2" X 11"
  • 175 pages
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