This photograph is of the Villa of Brule near Pine Ridge, South Dakota. It was taken by John C.H. Grabill.
There even a great Indian camp on this villa, which is why you can see so many teepees. This photo was taken in 1891, and it looks like something out of a photo book!
Colorado Browns Park
This photo is of the Colorado Browns Park, which was located on the Utah Colorado Border. It was originally called Brown’s Hole. This isolated mountain valley contains Flaming Gorge Dam and ends at Dinosaur National Monument.
Historically, it has been a safe haven for many outlaws like Butch Cassidy and Tom Horn.
The Railroad Workers
In the old west, there were a lot of railroads. Of course, nothing would have been possible without the railroad workers.
Unfortunately, because of the labor problems and financial problems, most companies refused to provide Chinese workers with a place to stay, which meant that they became extremely overworked.
Do you want to know who was the most well-known outlaw in the old west? It was Johnny Ringo. Johnny and his group were called the Cochise County boys.
They were the ultimate menaces back then. Johnny and his gang were involved in the shooting of Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday.
Utah Big Cottonwood Power Station
Here’s another beautiful scene. This is a photo of the Utah Big Cottonwood Power Station. It’s located in Salt Lake City, Utah, and you can see the Pelton wheel working in the Stairs Power Station.
Are you a nature junky? Located near the Big Cottonwood Canyon, this would be the best place for you! This canyon is also great for catching fish, and up until now it still remains the same beautiful scene.