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Christopher (Kit) Carson, Glass Negative, 1860s
Bill Drennan, Indian scout and companion of Kit Carson / N.H. Rose, San Antonio, Texas, photographer.

Bill Drennan, Indian scout and companion of Kit Carson / N.H. Rose, Sa...

Bill Drennan, half-length portrait, facing slightly right.

Kit Carson, King of Guides. Article by Albert W. Aiken

Kit Carson, King of Guides. Article by Albert W. Aiken

Illustrated with Kit Carson on horseback in front of wagon train. Illus. in: Beadle's Boy's Library..., 1884 May 3, v. 1, no. 3, cover. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card ... More

Kit Carson's band, Camp McKibbin, 1893
"On the Old Santa Fe Trail, 1822-1879"; dedication of Kit Carson Park & unveiling of the Kit Carson Statue, Trinidad, Colo., June 1, '13

"On the Old Santa Fe Trail, 1822-1879"; dedication of Kit Carson Park ...

J183472 U.S. Copyright Office Copyright deposit; Almeron Newman; June 30, 1913; DLC/PP-1913:44639. On front: "Central figures: No. 1. Terecina Allen, daughter of Kit Carson. No. 2. Leona Wood, grand-daughter of... More

Kit Carson

Kit Carson

"Kit Carson" by Frederick MacMonnies. Theodore Roosevelt bought this statue at Tiffany's in March 1915 as an "un-birthday present to himself," according to his wife Edith Roosevelt. It sits on the mantle in the... More

The Youth's Companion. Historic milestones. Kit Carson...hunter and trapper...

The Youth's Companion. Historic milestones. Kit Carson...hunter and tr...

[Kit Carson, full-length, on horseback, holding rifle with left arm, pointing with right arm, with troops behind him] H166325 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright by Perry Mason Company.

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Colorado - Kit Carson County - Burlington - ED 32-16, ED 32-18

1940 Census Enumeration District Maps - Colorado - Kit Carson County -...

Enumeration District Maps for Kit Carson County, Colorado

Portrait of Kit Carson

Portrait of Kit Carson

Portrait of Kit Carson ; 1945-1948

The Kit Carson County Carousel, built in 1905 in Philadelphia and moved to Burlington, Colorado in 1928, was restored in 1976 as a Bicentennial project

The Kit Carson County Carousel, built in 1905 in Philadelphia and move...

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... More

The Kit Carson County Carousel, built in 1905 in Philadelphia and moved to Burlington, Colorado in 1928, was restored in 1976 as a Bicentennial project

The Kit Carson County Carousel, built in 1905 in Philadelphia and move...

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... More

Santa Fe Trail - Kit Carson Park

Santa Fe Trail - Kit Carson Park

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Original Caption: The archway sign of the Kit Carson Park in Trinidad, Colorado welcomes visitors with a boom! Location: Trinidad, Colorado (37.178° N 10... More

Santa Fe Trail - Kit Carson Statue

Santa Fe Trail - Kit Carson Statue

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Original Caption: The Kit Carson Park Statue stands majestic above its surrounding fence. Location: Trinidad, Colorado (37.177° N 104.507° W) Status: Pu... More

A poster depicting the Kit Carson Memorial at Fort Carson, Colorado (CO)

A poster depicting the Kit Carson Memorial at Fort Carson, Colorado (C...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Fort Carson State: Colorado (CO) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Major Command Shown: FORSCOM Scene Camera Operator: Rebecca K. Sh... More

One of the houses, sometimes mistaken for the last home of legendary western scout Christopher "Kit" Carson, in Boggsville, a Bent County, Colorado town where Carson died. Carson's much more humble cabin there was destroyed in a flood in 1921. Boggsville, originally a stagecoach stop on the Santa Fe Trail, was named for its principal resident, Thomas Boggs, an Indian trader and cattle dealer

One of the houses, sometimes mistaken for the last home of legendary w...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

One of the houses, sometimes mistaken for the last home of legendary western scout Christopher "Kit" Carson, in Boggsville, a Bent County, Colorado town where Carson died. Carson's much more humble cabin there was destroyed in a flood in 1921. Boggsville, originally a stagecoach stop on the Santa Fe Trail, was named for its principal resident, Thomas Boggs, an Indian trader and cattle dealer

One of the houses, sometimes mistaken for the last home of legendary w...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

Living Quarters, National Parks gallery

Living Quarters, National Parks gallery

The three living quarters show the living conditions of the military, fort employeees, and fur trappers. During the war with Mexico in 1846, the fort hosted a varied group of boarders and employees. The Army of... More

The Boggs Family home, sometimes mistaken for the last home of legendary western scout Christopher "Kit" Carson, in Boggsville, a Bent County, Colorado town where Carson died. Carson's much more humble cabin there was destroyed in a flood in 1921. Boggsville, originally a stagecoach stop on the Santa Fe Trail, was named for its principal resident, Thomas Boggs, an Indian trader and cattle dealer

The Boggs Family home, sometimes mistaken for the last home of legenda...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

The old Wild Horse Mercantile building in Kit Carson, a town named for the legendary western scout, in Cheyenne County, Colorado. Built after the 1917 fire that destroyed the community's entire business block, the Wild Horse Mercantile was the longest, continuously operating commercial establishment in town. The small brick and stucco building served local customers until the late 1960s

The old Wild Horse Mercantile building in Kit Carson, a town named for...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

Wagon remnant in the last hometown of legendary western scout Christopher "Kit" Carson, Boggsville, a Bent County, Colorado town where Carson died. Carson's humble cabin there was destroyed in a flood in 1921. Boggsville, originally a stagecoach stop on the Santa Fe Trail, was named for its principal resident, Thomas Boggs, an Indian trader and cattle dealer

Wagon remnant in the last hometown of legendary western scout Christop...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

Stone marker denoting Boggsville, the last hometown of legendary western scout Christopher "Kit" Carson, in Bent County, Colorado. Carson's humble cabin there was destroyed in a flood in 1921. Boggsville, originally a stagecoach stop on the Santa Fe Trail, was named for its principal resident, Thomas Boggs, an Indian trader and cattle dealer

Stone marker denoting Boggsville, the last hometown of legendary weste...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

Part of a bountiful mulberry bush on a nature trail in the last hometown of legendary western scout Christopher "Kit" Carson, in Boggsville, a Bent County, Colorado town where Carson died. Carson's own humble cabin there was destroyed in a flood in 1921. Boggsville, originally a stagecoach stop on the Santa Fe Trail, was named for its principal resident, Thomas Boggs, an Indian trader and cattle dealer

Part of a bountiful mulberry bush on a nature trail in the last hometo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

Earthen mounds in the last hometown of legendary western scout Christopher "Kit" Carson, in Boggsville, a Bent County, Colorado town where Carson died. Carson's humble cabin there was destroyed in a flood in 1921. Boggsville, originally a stagecoach stop on the Santa Fe Trail, was named for its principal resident, Thomas Boggs, an Indian trader and cattle dealer

Earthen mounds in the last hometown of legendary western scout Christo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

Building remnant at the last hometown of legendary western scout Christopher "Kit" Carson, in Boggsville, a Bent County, Colorado town where Carson died. Carson's own humble cabin there was destroyed in a flood in 1921. Boggsville, originally a stagecoach stop on the Santa Fe Trail, was named for its principal resident, Thomas Boggs, an Indian trader and cattle dealer

Building remnant at the last hometown of legendary western scout Chris...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

Old freight wagon in the last hometown of legendary western scout Christopher "Kit" Carson, Boggsville, a Bent County, Colorado town where Carson died. Carson's humble cabin there was destroyed in a flood in 1921. Boggsville, originally a stagecoach stop on the Santa Fe Trail, was named for its principal resident, Thomas Boggs, an Indian trader and cattle dealer

Old freight wagon in the last hometown of legendary western scout Chri...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

Old cabin in the last hometown of legendary western scout Christopher "Kit" Carson, Boggsville, a Bent County, Colorado town where Carson died. Carson's own humble cabin there was destroyed in a flood in 1921. Boggsville, originally a stagecoach stop on the Santa Fe Trail, was named for its principal resident, Thomas Boggs, an Indian trader and cattle dealer

Old cabin in the last hometown of legendary western scout Christopher ...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

Old cabin in the last hometown of legendary western scout Christopher "Kit" Carson, Boggsville, a Bent County, Colorado town where Carson died. Carson's own humble cabin there was destroyed in a flood in 1921. Boggsville, originally a stagecoach stop on the Santa Fe Trail, was named for its principal resident, Thomas Boggs, an Indian trader and cattle dealer

Old cabin in the last hometown of legendary western scout Christopher ...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

Part of a bountiful mulberry bush on a nature trail in the last hometown of legendary western scout Christopher "Kit" Carson, in Boggsville, a Bent County, Colorado town where Carson died. Carson's own humble cabin there was destroyed in a flood in 1921. Boggsville, originally a stagecoach stop on the Santa Fe Trail, was named for its principal resident, Thomas Boggs, an Indian trader and cattle dealer

Part of a bountiful mulberry bush on a nature trail in the last hometo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

Old cabin in the last hometown of legendary western scout Christopher "Kit" Carson, Boggsville, a Bent County, Colorado town where Carson died. Carson's own humble cabin there was destroyed in a flood in 1921. Boggsville, originally a stagecoach stop on the Santa Fe Trail, was named for its principal resident, Thomas Boggs, an Indian trader and cattle dealer

Old cabin in the last hometown of legendary western scout Christopher ...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

Stone marker denoting Boggsville, the last hometown of legendary western scout Christopher "Kit" Carson, in Bent County, Colorado. Carson's humble cabin there was destroyed in a flood in 1921. Boggsville, originally a stagecoach stop on the Santa Fe Trail, was named for its principal resident, Thomas Boggs, an Indian trader and cattle dealer

Stone marker denoting Boggsville, the last hometown of legendary weste...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

One of the houses, sometimes mistaken for the last home of legendary western scout Christopher "Kit" Carson, in Boggsville, a Bent County, Colorado town where Carson died. Carson's much more humble cabin there was destroyed in a flood in 1921. Boggsville, originally a stagecoach stop on the Santa Fe Trail, was named for its principal resident, Thomas Boggs, an Indian trader and cattle dealer

One of the houses, sometimes mistaken for the last home of legendary w...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

Earthen mounds in the last hometown of legendary western scout Christopher "Kit" Carson, in Boggsville, a Bent County, Colorado town where Carson died. Carson's humble cabin there was destroyed in a flood in 1921. Boggsville, originally a stagecoach stop on the Santa Fe Trail, was named for its principal resident, Thomas Boggs, an Indian trader and cattle dealer

Earthen mounds in the last hometown of legendary western scout Christo...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

Old, weathered directional sign to the last homesite of legendary western scout Christopher "Kit" Carson, and elsewhere, in Boggsville, a Bent County, Colorado town where Carson died. Carson's humble cabin there was destroyed in a flood in 1921. Boggsville, originally a stagecoach stop on the Santa Fe Trail, was named for its principal resident, Thomas Boggs, an Indian trader and cattle dealer

Old, weathered directional sign to the last homesite of legendary west...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

The Rock in the Glen, the natural feature that gave the town of Glenrock, Wyoming, its name

The Rock in the Glen, the natural feature that gave the town of Glenro...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. The feature gained notoreity in 1842 when John C. Fremont's first expedition to America's Far West, guided by frontiersman Kit Carson,... More

Cabins, a tipi pole, and the riding ring at the White Mountain Trading Post, a western-themed living-history museum in Fort Garland, in south-central Colorado's San Luis Valley

Cabins, a tipi pole, and the riding ring at the White Mountain Trading...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. The nearby fort, which the town is named, still exists, was once commanded by legendary frontiersman Kit Carson. Credit line: Gates Fr... More

Mounted cowboys Elisha Robertson (left) and Yancey Gullivan at the White Mountain Trading Post, a western-themed living-history museum in Fort Garland, in south-central Colorado's San Luis Valley

Mounted cowboys Elisha Robertson (left) and Yancey Gullivan at the Whi...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. The nearby fort, which the town is named, still exists, was once commanded by legendary frontiersman Kit Carson. Credit line: Gates Fr... More

Mounted cowboy Elisha Robertson at the White Mountain Trading Post, a western-themed living-history museum in Fort Garland, in south-central Colorado's San Luis Valley

Mounted cowboy Elisha Robertson at the White Mountain Trading Post, a ...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. The nearby fort, which the town is named, still exists, was once commanded by legendary frontiersman Kit Carson. Credit line: Gates Fr... More

The Rock in the Glen, the natural feature that gave the town of Glenrock, Wyoming, its name

The Rock in the Glen, the natural feature that gave the town of Glenro...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. The feature gained notoreity in 1842 when John C. Fremont's first expedition to America's Far West, guided by frontiersman Kit Carson,... More

A horse that's been led to water at the White Mountain Trading Post, a western-themed living-history museum in Fort Garland, in south-central Colorado's San Luis Valley

A horse that's been led to water at the White Mountain Trading Post, a...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. The nearby fort, which the town is named, still exists, was once commanded by legendary frontiersman Kit Carson. Credit line: Gates Fr... More

A wall of Old West artifacts at the White Mountain Trading Post, a western-themed living-history museum in Fort Garland, in south-central Colorado's San Luis Valley

A wall of Old West artifacts at the White Mountain Trading Post, a wes...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. The nearby fort, which the town is named, still exists, was once commanded by legendary frontiersman Kit Carson. Credit line: Gates Fr... More

The Rock in the Glen, the natural feature that gave the town of Glenrock, Wyoming, its name

The Rock in the Glen, the natural feature that gave the town of Glenro...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. The feature gained notoreity in 1842 when John C. Fremont's first expedition to America's Far West, guided by frontiersman Kit Carson,... More

Metal art and agricultural equipment displayed across from the town museum in Kit Carson, a town named for the legendary western scout, in Cheyenne County, Colorado

Metal art and agricultural equipment displayed across from the town mu...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

Marker at the original gravesite of legendary western scout Christopher "Kit" Carson, in Boggsville, a town in Bent County, Colorado. Carson was buried here in 1867 alongside his wife, Josefa, but a year later both bodies were moved to what is now a more impressive gravesite in Taos, New Mexico

Marker at the original gravesite of legendary western scout Christophe...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Credit line: Gates Frontiers Fund Colorado Collection within the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photograp... More

Kit Carson Memorial Park at Night

Kit Carson Memorial Park at Night

A long exposure capturing the sculpture of Kit Carson as it stands guard thru the night over the Mountain Post Global War on Terrorism Memorial in front of Fort Carson, Colorado, Aug. 31, 2019. The memorial hon... More

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Significance: Fort Larned was originally built of adobe. In 1865 the first stone structure was erected. By 1868 there were ten permanent sandstone buildings. Nine of these still stand to be viewed by the pub... More

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Significance: Fort Larned was originally built of adobe. In 1865 the first stone structure was erected. By 1868 there were ten permanent sandstone buildings. Nine of these still stand to be viewed by the pub... More

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Significance: Fort Larned was originally built of adobe. In 1865 the first stone structure was erected. By 1868 there were ten permanent sandstone buildings. Nine of these still stand to be viewed by the pub... More

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Significance: Fort Larned was originally built of adobe. In 1865 the first stone structure was erected. By 1868 there were ten permanent sandstone buildings. Nine of these still stand to be viewed by the pub... More

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Significance: Fort Larned was originally built of adobe. In 1865 the first stone structure was erected. By 1868 there were ten permanent sandstone buildings. Nine of these still stand to be viewed by the pub... More

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Significance: Fort Larned was originally built of adobe. In 1865 the first stone structure was erected. By 1868 there were ten permanent sandstone buildings. Nine of these still stand to be viewed by the pub... More

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Significance: Fort Larned was originally built of adobe. In 1865 the first stone structure was erected. By 1868 there were ten permanent sandstone buildings. Nine of these still stand to be viewed by the pub... More

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Significance: Fort Larned was originally built of adobe. In 1865 the first stone structure was erected. By 1868 there were ten permanent sandstone buildings. Nine of these still stand to be viewed by the pub... More

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Significance: Fort Larned was originally built of adobe. In 1865 the first stone structure was erected. By 1868 there were ten permanent sandstone buildings. Nine of these still stand to be viewed by the pub... More

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Significance: Fort Larned was originally built of adobe. In 1865 the first stone structure was erected. By 1868 there were ten permanent sandstone buildings. Nine of these still stand to be viewed by the pub... More

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Significance: Fort Larned was originally built of adobe. In 1865 the first stone structure was erected. By 1868 there were ten permanent sandstone buildings. Nine of these still stand to be viewed by the pub... More

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Fort Larned, Barracks (East), Larned, Pawnee County, KS

Significance: Fort Larned was originally built of adobe. In 1865 the first stone structure was erected. By 1868 there were ten permanent sandstone buildings. Nine of these still stand to be viewed by the pub... More

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

In the Rockies with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Scouting with Kit Carson,

Also available in digital form.

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