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"Donner Party"

Collection by Carlos "Pepper" Pizarro

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size: Photographic Print: Climbing the Dyea Trail on the Way to the Chilkoot Pass During the Klondike Gold Rush : Subjects History Photos, Us History, Strange History, Asian History, Tudor History, History Facts, Canadian History, American History, Old West Photos

'Climbing the Dyea Trail on the Way to the Chilkoot Pass During the Klondike Gold Rush' Photographic Print | AllPosters.com

Final Dimensions (width x height): 18" x 24"This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display. Climbing the Dyea Trail on the way to the Chilkoot Pass during the Klondike Gold Rush (1897-98) (b/w photo), American Photographer, (19th century) / Private Collection / Peter Newark American Pictures / The Bridgeman Art Library Read More Item #4055952

Wagon tracks from the original fearless Oregon Trail Pioneers, including the ill fated Donner Party .The tracks can still be seen for hundreds of miles across the barren desert. This is in Ruby Valley, northern NV. Us History, Family History, American History, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Donner Party, Pioneer Day, California Mountains, Covered Wagon

Wagon tracks from the original fearless Oregon Trail Pioneers, including the ill fated Donner Party .The tracks can still be seen for hundreds of miles across the barren desert. This is in Ruby Valley, northern NV.

Serene Musings: Tragedy in the Sierra Nevada, Part XII Sierra Nevada, Donner Party, Pioneer Life, Free Family Tree, Three Year Olds, Interesting History, Writing A Book, American History, My Books

The Expedition Of The Donner Party And Its Tragic Fate, by Eliza P. Donner Houghton.

I used to like to play the pc game Oregon Trail. It was a fun game but there was really an Oregon Trail when folks went west in wagon trains. Old West, Pioneer Day Utah, Pioneer Life, Pioneer Women, Pioneer Trek, Us History, American History, History Pics, Church History

Starving And Dying, They Did The Unthinkable … - Off The Grid News

It was October 28, 1846, and the Donner Party was in trouble. Ahead of them towered the rugged Sierra Nevadas. White snow was falling all around, and from what they could see of the mountain pass ahead, much more blocked their path. Already worn out from a long trail, the migrants decided to retreat. They ...

Tragedy in the Sierra Nevada, Part III Alta California, California Mountains, California History, Jackson Murphy, Donner Party, Married With Children, A Moment In Time, Dna Test, Sierra Nevada

Tragedy in the Sierra Nevada, Part III

Read Part I Read Part II ONWARD TO THE SIERRA NEVADA George and Jacob Donner and their families had been several days ahead of the main caravan when the incident between Reed and Snyder occurred. When Reed caught up with them, they offered to let one of their drivers, Walter Herron, go with him to Sutter’s Fort. The caravan continued westward, and yet another member of the party succumbed to the rigors of the journey. A certain Mr. Hardcoop, a Belgian who owned a farm near Cincinnati, Ohio…

Survivor of the Donner Party tragedy. She was married to William McDonnell. They had ten children: Anne McDonnell Charles McDonnell Mary McDonnell Lillus McDonnell Robert McDonnell Franklin McDonnell Henry McDonnell Eleanor. Donner Party, James Thomas, California Mountains, Victorian Life, Oregon Trail, Photo Viewer, Grave Memorials, Find A Grave, Old West

Eleanor Graves McDonnell (1832-1894) - Find A...

Survivor of the 1846-47 Donner Party tragedy. She was married to William McDonnell. They had ten children: Anne McDonnell (1849-1931) Charles McDonnell (1852-1933) Mary McDonnell (1855-1908) Lillus McDonnell (1857-1873) Robert McDonnell (1859-1859) Franklin McDonnell (1860-1873) Henry McDonnell (1864-1946) Eleanor...

The Breen Family. At the time of the expedition Patrick and Margaret "Peggy" had their seven children with them: John Edward Patrick Jr. Simon Peter James and Isabella They all survived. Donner Party, California Mountains, Sierra Nevada, American History, James 5, The Past, Survival, Genealogy, Jr

Tragedy in the Sierra Nevada, Part XII

Read Part I Read Part II Read Part III Read Part IV Read Part V Read Part VI Read Part VII Read Part VIII Read Part IX Read Part X Read Part XI THE DEMONIZATION OF LOUIS KESEBERG Louis Keseberg, the most notorious member of the Donner Party On April 17th, the fourth relief party arrived. According to a diary kept by the team leader: “Entered the cabins and a horrible scene presented itself – human bodies terribly mutilated, legs, arms, and skulls scattered in every direction.” The historical…

William Eddy struggles to avoid cannibalism when traveling as part of the Donner-Reed Party—the most famous wagon train in the history of the West. Native American Women, Native American History, Native American Indians, Donner Party, California Mountains, Oregon Trail, American Frontier, Mountain Man, Us History

William Eddy Snowshoes with Donner Party-Survival Out West

William Eddy struggles to avoid cannibalism when traveling as part of the Donner-Reed Party—the most famous wagon train in the history of the West.

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George Donner, nephew of Capt. Central Pacific Railroad, Donner Party, The Settlers, Snowy Mountains, Sierra Nevada, Historical Pictures, Paranormal, Wyoming, Survival

The Donner Party - one of the greatest tragedies in the history of westward migration

The Donner Party (sometimes called the Donner-Reed Party) was a group of westbound emigrants who became trapped in the Sierra Nevada Mountains during one

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SALE Was 95.00 Antique Moser Glass Compote 1900s Cobalt Blue | Etsy

Antique Moser Glass Compote 1900s Cobalt Blue Gold Lace Rims Clear Etched Floral Glass Moriage Frosted Blown Glass Czechoslovakia Bridal Wedding gift, Collectors,Estate. Recentlly found in an Antique Shop, this beautiful piece is in very good condition with only a tiny bit of gold wear on the rims. The outside of this glass is frosted or satin. Would make a beautiful bridal/wedding gift or for that special someone. It measures: 6" in top diameter and 4 1/8" tall. Thank you for taking the…

The 1842 Great Emigration begins. The first of 3 wagon trains of settlers and cattle set off down the Oregon Trail. stating that some made the journey through Idaho even earlier. Pioneer Foods, Pioneer Life, Old West Photos, Westerns, Oregon Trail, Oregon Camping, Oregon Ducks, Oregon Coast, Into The West

A Rare View INSIDE A Covered Wagon (5 Photos)

One of the more unique periods in American History is the Great Westward Migration.