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Bellemont, Kansas Territory

Bellemont, Kansas Territory
Creator: Bierstadt Bros.
Date: 1859
This is an 1859 stereopticon view of Bellemont, Doniphan County, Kansas Territory, photographed by the Bierstadt Bros., Photographers, of New Bedford, Massachusetts.


Ford of the Little Blue, Kansas Territory

Ford of the Little Blue, Kansas Territory
Creator: Bierstadt Bros.
Date: 1859
An 1859 view of the "Ford of the Little Blue, Kansas," photographed by Bierstadt Bros., Photographers, of New Bedford, Massachusetts.


Indian pony, Kansas Territory

Indian pony, Kansas Territory
Creator: Bierstadt Bros.
Date: 1859
An 1859 view of "Indian Poney, Kansas," photographed by the Bierstadt Bros., Photographers, of New Bedford, Massachusetts.


Log cabin in Kansas

Log cabin in Kansas
Creator: Bierstadt Bros.
Date: 1859
This is a stereograph showing a log cabin in Kansas. The photograph was taken by Albert Bierstadt, New Bedford, Massachusetts, while on the Lander's Expedition. Captain F. W. Lander's party was employed to survey a road from Salt Lake City over the South Pass and to the east. Albert Bierstadt accompanied the expedition and made a set of stereograph views of emigrant trains, Indians, camp scenes, etc. The stereographic views formed the foundation for many of Bierstadt's paintings. Unfortunately, a complete set of the stereographs was not made a part of Lander's report. The Kansas State Historical Society has six stereographs and a print taken by Bierstadt of the expedition.


Pike's Peak emigrants, St. Joseph, Missouri

Pike's Peak emigrants, St. Joseph, Missouri
Creator: Bierstadt Bros.
Date: 1859
An 1859 view of Pike's Peak emigrants in St. Joseph, Missouri, as photographed by the Bierstadt Bros., Photographers, of New Bedford, Massachusetts.


Shoshone warrior

Shoshone warrior
Creator: Bierstadt Bros.
Date: 1859
An 1859 view of "Shoshone Warrior Na," photographed by the Bierstadt Bros., Photographers, of New Bedford, Massachusetts.


Wolf River ford, Kansas Territory

Wolf River ford, Kansas Territory
Creator: Bierstadt Bros.
Date: 1859
An 1859 view of Wolf River Ford in Doniphan County, Kansas Territory, photographed by the Bierstadt Bros., Photographers, of New Bedford, Massachusetts. This crossing was on the Oregon Trail.


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