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Cabin in The Great Smoky Mountains. Photo 1962. Farm of John & Margaret Walker & their 11 children. c. 1870. In 1962, the 2 remaining sisters - Margaret Jane (1872-1962) & Louisa Susan (1882-1964) were selling hand-written poems & "sovioners" to tourist to make ends meet. Now restored & maintained by the National Park Service
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Walker Sisters’ House The Walker Sisters Place was a homestead in the Great Smoky Mountains of Sevier County, in the U. state of Tennessee. The surviving structures— which include the cabin, springhouse, and corn crib— were once part of a farm that.

Two women outside an old house in Appalachia.

Perfect image hinting at the hard work of homesteading in Appalachia.

In 1866 John Walker and Margaret Wiley married, and a few years later they moved…

Cabin in The Great Smoky Mountains. Photo 1962. Farm of John & Margaret Walker & their 11 children. c. 1870. In 1962, the 2 remaining sisters - Margaret Jane (1872-1962) & Louisa Susan (1882-1964) were selling hand-written poems & "sovioners" to tourist to make ends meet. Now restored & maintained by the National Park Service

Cabin in The Great Smoky Mountains. Photo 1962. Farm of John & Margaret Walker & their 11 children.  c. 1870. In 1962, the 2 remaining sisters - Margaret Jane (1872-1962) & Louisa Susan (1882-1964) were selling hand-written poems & "sovioners" to tourist to make ends meet.    Now restored & maintained by the National Park Service
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What a neat picture. I love thinking of who lived and worked in our cabin long ago. The original rooms were a trading post in Tennessee mid 1800's.
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Log Cabin Pictures - nothing on the ladies heads

log cabin probably in Bartholomew County, Indiana, probably between

What a neat picture. I love thinking of who lived and worked in our cabin long ago. The original rooms were a trading post in Tennessee mid 1800's.

What a neat picture. I love thinking of who lived and worked in our cabin long ago. The original rooms were a trading post in Tennessee mid 1800's.
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School 1890
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Vintage Teacher One-Room School. Note the bare feet. My mother went her first 6 yrs in a school like this.

Old School House 1890

One Room Schoolhouse . None of the students have shoes! And notice the hats hanging behind them .

School 1890

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Pioneer knitters

middle woman is cording wool or cotton, one on right is spinning to make yarn and the lady in the bonnet is knitting what appears to be socks. Long and tedious work and you treasured every piece of clothing that was made.

Sylvester Rawding's house near Sargent, Nebraska as it appeared in 1886.

“We Are Not Entirely Out of Civilization”: A Homesteader Writes Home in 1873 Moving to the Great Plains meant building a home on broad, flat, and treeless prairies. Borrowing from the Plains Indian…

Margaret Bramer (later Mrs. Otto Hanson) in her homestead shack in South Dakota. Thousands of single women traveled west to stake their claim to a homestead in the post-Civil War period.

I never knew that lots of single women did this. Otto Hanson) in her homestead shack in South Dakota. Thousands of single women traveled west to stake their claim to a homestead in the post-Civil War period.

Plains Masonry Pre-Railroad Folk House

Family photo, Dugout on the South Loup River, near Virge Allen Homestead, Custer County, Nebraska.

early mid 1800s Oil Springs Pioneers

Early-mid Oil Springs - close to Petrolia: Pioneers.Southern Ontario, Canada, the home of the very first commercial oil well in North America.

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Hingham England. Some of my ancestors immigrated from Hingham in England to Hingham in Massachusetts.

Some of my ancestors immigrated from Hingham in England to Hingham in Massachusetts. Reverend Robert and his brother Joseph Peck. Joseph is my great grandfather.

Many people during the Great Depression were desperate and in need for food. This image displays exactly how many Americans were effected.

Never-before-seen photos from 100 years ago tell vivid story of gritty New York City

A Bread Line at Sixth Avenue and Street, New York City, during the Great Depression ©CORBIS; Photographer: H. Fechner A long bread line stretches down a New York City street during the Great Depression.

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