We see a Native American Cowboy riding his horse to the edge of this cliff located in Monument Valley.
Such a beautiful photo! Due to the popularity of the setting, many Hollywood films were shot here, and it has become the epitome of the American West Image.
Little House on The Prairie
In this photo, we see a family of settlers posing in front of a covered wagon. Makes you wonder what was inside, huh?
In 1803, the Louisiana Purchase began the massive expansion of Americans into western territories.
Broncho Charlie Miller
One of the last remaining survivors of the Pony Express is this Broncho Charlie Miller. Miller performed later on in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.
This expression helped establish communication between the East and the Western United States, which eventually made letter writing more expedient across the country.
The Peace Commission
This is a photo of the Dodge City Peace Commission back in June of 1883.
The city was known for being a lawless town until Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson formed the Peace Commission to help maintain security and the order of things.
The Gold Rush
Here we see a group of Gold Rush prospectors posing with their gear and a horse before they go out to the site and search for their riches.
The photo was taken in 1867 in the Northwest U.S.