Each day we bring you one stunning little glimpse of history in the form of a historical photograph. Enjoy!
Very grand. Another great week, thank you so much!-Anne K.
Ah, Nate. How I miss your comments and banter. How are you doing these days?
Hey, Judi. I'm doing well, just finishing up the school year! Thanks for asking.
I second that motion, Such great photos of the days gone by.Each week I look so forward to your historical pictures. I am a history buff and especially interested from 1900-1950's.Thanks so very much !!
I third the motion, if that's possible. A history geek, I love all things history, and as the cliche has it, a picture really is worth a thousand words. You're great at finding the pictures for us. This one looks like it could be taken somewhere near where yesterday's was. The mountains, and the lake in the background, could well be Glacier National Park. The top man on this totem pole (I know, I'm mixing up my Indian tribes here, for my own amusement) has what looks to be a flattened skull. He might be, therefore, a Flathead. The guess yesterday was that the tribe involved could have been the Blackfeet. Their current reservations are on opposite sides of Glacier. At any rate, a wonderful week.
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