RMAAA24E–AJ12709, Deadwood, SD, Black Hills, South Dakota
RMBWTTJ4–Deadwood Central Railroad Engineer Camp wild west USA America United States North America Dakota surveyor c
RFMHH3XH–Last Deadwood Coach, South Dakota
RMADGTJJ–Street performer at Deadwood, South Dakota.
RMBN3TX3–Calamity Jane's Gravestone at the Deadwood Cemetery in South Dakota
RMKPRRP8–Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show Deadwood Stage Coach Attack.
RMA5RTMY–Adams House Museum has exhibits on the geological natural and cultural history of Deadwood and the Black Hills Deadwood SD
RMCXNAA9–Main Street in the historic town of Deadwood, South Dakota, where Wild Bill Hickok was killed, USA
RM2E3YA7C–ONCE UPON A TIME IN DEADWOOD 2019 Uncork'd film with Charles Bronson and Karin Brauns
RMBKJAEM–DEADWOOD (TV) IAN MCSHANE
RM2G5T6EY–bluethroat (Luscinia svecica, Cyanosylvia svecia), female on deadwood, Germany, Bavaria
RM2G4J465–Hunting Deer - A deer hunt near Deadwood in winter '87 and '88. Two miners McMillan and Hubbard got their game - Two hunters around camp fire; one cooking, other holding carrying a dead deer over his shoulder
RMCWB6GN–The Deadwood Coach. Side view of a stagecoach; formally dressed men sitting in and on top of coach. Deadwood, SD. John C.
RMBM56FB–Historic Adams Museum in western mining town Deadwood City, South Dakota, SD, US USA U.S.A. United States of America
RM2E5BBJM–Boer War - A early painting of the Dead Wood or Deadwood POW Camp, on Deadwood Plain,on the island of St Helena.. It was the first overseas camp to be set up and housed 5000 prisoners . During the South African War of 1899 to 1902 the British took as many as 20 000 prisoners of war resulting in overcrowded prisoner of war camps in South Africa. Because they were easily attacked they commenced shipping prisoners to Bermuda, India, Portugal, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) and the island of St Helena. The tents were later replaced by huts
RM2GFWFHM–moor pond with deadwood, renaturated high moor, Germany, Bavaria, Schoenramer Filz, Laufen
RMRYDW17–The Deadwood Coach
RFHC2CC2–Deadwood on the rocky hill
RMT9664M–The Deadwood Coach in 1889: two stagecoaches crossing a bridge, with the men waving or tipping their hats to the photographer, John C. H. Grabill. Deadwood, a city in South Dakota, is a National Historic Landmark District for its well-preserved Gold Rush-era architecture.
RMCR5NJX–Deadwood, on ground and standing upright, UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site, Thuringia, Germany, Europe
RMCWB6W1–Wild Bill's Monument. Wild Bill Hickok, born May 27, 1837 at Homer, Ill. Killed by Jack McCall at Deadwood, S.D., Aug. 2, 1876,
RME2AAKB–United States, South Dakota, Black Hills, Deadwood, Cafe and gas station of the 50s
RMFFE0H7–GOLD STAMP MILLS, 1888. /nCaledonia and Deadwood gold stamp mills at Terraville, South Dakota. Photograph by John Grabill, 1888.
RF2HDT77M–deadwood, tree skeleton, deadwoods
RMD2RWJY–Historic Deadwood city, a national historic landmark, 19th century buildings and signs cityscape, Black Hills, South Dakota
RFGAANB2–SOUTH DAKOTA: South Dakota state map showing counties; Inset Deadwood, 1910
RMBJ0DXN–DAVID MILCH CREATOR OF DEADWOOD CINERAMA DOME HOLLYWOOD LOS ANGELES USA 06/06/2006
RMBN2DF4–Wild Bill Hickock Gravestone at the Deadwood Cemetery in South Dakota
RMJN2AFH–A family of mature tourists pans for gold in Deadwood Brook near the Homestake Mine, site of the Black Hills Gold Rush, South Dakota, United States, June 24, 1948.
RF2C1XYFF–Deadwood at the Federsee Canal
RMJJ83CK–WELLS FARGO EXPRESS COMPANY The Deadwood Treasure Wagon with four armed guards carrying $250,000 in gold bullion from the Great Homestake Mine in Deadwood, South Dakota, in 1890
RM2AW266D–Diving Beetle (Cybister lateralimarginalis, Scaphinectes lateralimarginalis), at deadwood under water, Germany, Bavaria
RMRYDW16–The Deadwood Coach
RMDT0109–Tree mushrooms wooden deadwood
RMH44EDY–Germany, Hessen, Reinhardswald, deadwood in near-natural mixed forest,
RFEYFYMA–Deadwood in primeval spruce forest, Norway Spruce (Picea abies), Harz National Park, Lower Saxony, Germany
RMKWDK5B–Two crowded Deadwood Coaches in South Dakota, 1889. Prosperous men wave or tip their hats to the photographer. As statehood approached in the 1880s, there were 500,000 Euro-Americans in South Dakota, compared to only 70,000 Native Americans (BSLOC 2017 18 57)
RME2AAK9–United States, South Dakota, Black Hills, Deadwood, Cafe and gas station of the 50s
RMFFT4AA–STAMP MILL, 1888. /nThe interior of Deadwood Terra Gold Stamp Mill, one of the Homestake Mills at Terraville, South Dakota. Photographed by John C.H. Grabill, 1888.
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