Sitting Bull: Thathanka Iyotake in Lakota language was a First Nation leader who lead the Lakota Nation on a last, heroic struggle against the American government in the 19th century. He brought several First Nation chiefs together to resist the government's cavalries, one of his most famous stand-offs was the Battle of Little Bighorn.
Scots-Irish settling the American Frontier. "Whole families walked hundreds of miles, some of them using cows as pack animals. These were uncommonly tough people, used to hardship. They asked for nothing from the government or anyone else, and nothing is what they usually received." (fm the book, "Born Fighting" by Jim Webb) art by David Wright
For more than thirty years spanning the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Evelyn Jephson Cameron photographed the landscape, wildlife, and people of eastern Montana. Evelyn took thousands of photographs of her world; the rural life, badlands, and ranch characters of the real west.
Schleich Wild West American Frontier Cowboy #Schleich
Davy Crockett...American frontier figure who died in the siege of the Alamo in March, 1836. Along with frontiersman Jim Bowie, he is remembered as a hero who gave his life to liberate Texas from the Mexican dictator Santa Anna....
On the American Frontier: "True to its Scottish and Irish roots, the culture that dominated this region was openly unafraid of higher authority, intent on personal honor, quick to defend itself against of attack of any sort, and deeply patriotic." Frontiersman Stretched Canvas Print / Canvas Art By Randy Steele - This print can be purchased from Fine Art America