Apache prisoners at Fort Bowie, Arizona, 1884.
Apache prisoners at Fort Bowie, 1884
- Rutherford & Lucy Hayes on their wedding day, 1852 — Share the History Love... Rutherford B. Hayes and his wife Lucy on their wedding day on December 30, 1852. Share the History Love... [...]
- Chairman Gillette weeps with the signing of the Garrison Dam, 1948 — Share the History Love... George Gillette (left), chairman of the Fort Berthold Indian Tribal Business Council, weeps as Secretary of Interior J.A. Krug signs a contract whereby the tribe sells 155,000 acres of its reservation in North Dakota for the Garrison Dam and Reservoir project, 1948. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers completes the Garrison [...]
- Workers on a “Jumbo Rig”at the Hoover Dam, 1930s — Share the History Love... Before the Hoover Dam could be built the Colorado River had to be diverted through tunnels. This piece of equipment, named a Jumbo Rig, was designed to speed up the tunnel drilling process. Built on the back of a 10-ton truck, 24 to 30 drills could be operated at once. Share [...]
- Inauguration of the Statue of Liberty, 1886 — Share the History Love... The inauguration of the Statue of Liberty, “Liberty Enlightening the World”, in New York Harbor, on October 28, 1886. A military and naval salute, marked the event, presided over by U.S. President Grover Cleveland. Share the History Love... [...]
- Native American on a McCormick reaper, 1920 — Share the History Love... Native American on a McCormick reaper in 1920. This image documents investigations and construction on various units of the Flathead Irrigation Project. The Project was initiated to determine rights and distribute water originating on the Flathead Indian Agency in Montana to both tribal and non-tribal land. The establishment of the Reservation [...]