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Pioneer Dance Tunes of the Far West CD Performed by Phil and Vivian Williams Dancing was one of the most important recreational activities for pioneers in the West. They danced
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Dance Music of the Oregon Trail CD Performed by Phil and Vivian Williams At the end of a long day traveling on the Oregon Trail, the pioneers often played musical instruments, sang,
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Brain Tanning: Bison Robes the Native American Way DVD In association with the InterTribal Bison Cooperative. During the last century, the traditional method of Native American tanning was nearly
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Biography of Sitting Bull by his Great-Grandson Part 1 DVD Produced by William Matson Sitting Bull was a leader among his people, the Lakota. He loved them. He sacrificed for them. And he was eventually
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Biography of Sitting Bull by His Great-Grandson Part 2 DVD Produced by William Matson Sitting Bull was a leader among his people, the Lakota. He loved them. He sacrificed for them. And he was eventually
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In Their Footsteps of Faith DVD A Hubbell Digital TeleVision Production This documentary explains the events surrounding the "Willie and Martin" handcart tragedy. Using actual
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Forgotten Journey: The Stephens-Townsend-Murphy Saga DVD In 1844 the Oregon Trail was full of farm families moving west. That summer one party set out on its own--heading into unknown wilderness and blazing
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Replica Civil War Bullet .58 Caliber Union Minie' Ball The .58 caliber Union Minie' ball was the most widely used bullet in the Civil War. Named after its creator, Captain Claude Etienne Minie' of the
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Replica Civil War Bullet .52 Caliber Sharps Redesigned in 1859, the .52 caliber Sharps bullet was loaded in the rear, or breech of the weapon's barrel, hence the term "breechloaded." These
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Famous Faces of Fort Laramie Bookmark What better way to keep track of the page you're on in your book than a Famous Faces of Fort Laramie Bookmark! Pick your favorite character or
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