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Faces of the Frontier: Photographic Portraits from the American West, 1845-1924 (Hardcover)

Faces of the Frontier: Photographic Portraits from the American West 1845-1924

Single Star of the West : The Republic of Texas, 1836-1845 (Hardcover)

1845 Rare Large English Antique Engraving of British Architectural Gems. Norman Era. Dunstable Priory Church, Bedfordshire Plate 40

The oldest existing pottery west of the Alleghenies, Bybee Pottery is located in the small rural town of Bybee, among the southern hills of Madison County, Kentucky. The old log building has housed the equipment and business of the Bybee Pottery for over a century. It stands as a landmark of pioneered days. Legend states that this pottery was originally established in 1809, and actual sales records prove its existence as a thriving industry as early as 1845.

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Story A hardy wool blanket made exclusively for Huckberry In 1830, John Rich built his first woolen mill in Plum Run, Pennsylvania. From his mule cart, he sold his woolen fabrics to loggers, miners, rivermen and hunters. In 1845, Rich moved the mill to what is now Woolrich, Pennsylvania, and today, it is the site of the longest continuously running woolen mill in the U.S. Fusing old with new and east with west, Woolrich and Huckberry teamed up to re-cast Woolrich's classic blanket wit...