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Title: John E. Reese, Gallatin County, Bozeman, Montana Territory
Date: ca 1865 
Location: Bozeman, Montana Territory
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: John E. Reese (1818-1900), 1st settler on Reese Creek, Gallatin County, Montana Territory. He brought his family here in 1864. They are buried in the Reese Creek cemetery. Vintage 3.5x5 in. print, 4x5 in. copy negative
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: 84.128.17 
Title: John S. Mendenhall, Bozeman, Montana Territory
Date: 1865 
Location: Bozeman, Montana Territory
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: John S. Mendenhall (1835-1896), Elected as the first Sheriff of Gallatin County, Montana Territory, 1865. Opened Bozeman's first saloon on Main St. He also opened a general store with Dr. Achilles Lamme, and operated it until his death. Dr. Lamme was a brother-in-law to his wife, Mary Susan Smith Mendenhall. Vintage 3.5x4.5 in. print, 4x5 in. copy negative
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: 84.128.35 
Title: Studio Portrait of William Bailey Tinsley, Denver, Colorado Territory
Date: ca 1865 
Location: Denver, Colorado Territory
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Studio portrait of William Bailey Tinsley (1836-1917), the Tinsley Living History Farm at MOR, Denver, Colorado Territory. He was the son of Bazel and Mary Henry Tinsley. He was crossing the plains to Montana at what is now Denver. Vintage 4x5 in. tintype, 4x5 in. copy negative.
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Catalog Number: 87.36.10 
Title: Studio Portrait of Lucy Tinsley Walker with Child, Unknown location
Date: ca 1865 
Location: Unknown,
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Studio portrait of Lucy Tinsley Walker, sister of William B. Tinsley, unknown location. Next to her is a child standing on a chair. William B. Tinsley is the MOR Tinsley Living History Farm. Vintage 4x5 in. tintype, 4x5 in. copy negative.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: 87.36.13 
Title: Studio Portrait of William Bailey Tinsley, Virginia City, Montana Territory
Date: 1865 
Location: Virginia City, Montana Territory
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Studio Portrait of William Bailey Tinsley (1836-1917), son of Bazel and Mary Ann Henry Tinsley. His farm is the MOR Tinsley Living History Farm. Vintage 4x5 in. tintype, 4x5 in. copy negative.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: 87.36.16 
Title: Black-Hawk, Apache Chief, Utah
Date: ca 1865 
Location: Unknown, Utah
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Black-Hawk (1830-1870), an Apache Chief with the Ute Tribe in Utah, who led the Utes against the Mormon settlers, in a war called the Black Hawk War. The war lasted from 1865-1872. He made peace in 1867 but other bands continued the war. He died in 1870 before the war ended. Vintage 7x3.5 in. stereograph.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: 91.30.640 
Title: Portrait of Lucy Ann Martin Bembrick, Toston, Montana Territory
Date: ca 1866 
Location: Toston, Montana Territory
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Portrait of Lucy Ann "Lulu" Martin Bembrick (1856-1927), Toston, Montana Territory. She also lived in Radersburg. Her mother, Elizabeth, was Lucy Ann Nave Tinsley's sister. 4x5 in. copy negative.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: 87.20.31 
Title: Studio Portrait of Mrs. Lizzie Green, Aunt of Quiteria Tinsley Green, Helena, Montana Territory
Date: ca 1866 
Location: Helena, Montana Territory
Photographer: Bundy and Train
Description: Studio portrait of Mrs. Lizzie Green, aunt of Quiteria Tinsley Green, Helena, Montana Territory. Quiteria "Teria" was a daughter of William B. and Lucy Ann Nave Tinsley, the Tinsley Living History Farm at MOR. Vintage 4x5 in. tintype, 4x5 in. copy negative.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: 87.36.11 
Title: Studio Portrait of Mary Tinsley Walker and Children, Unknown Location
Date: ca 1867 
Location: Unknown,
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: Studio portrait of Mary Tinsley Walker with children, unknown location. She was a sister of William Bailey Tinsley from the Tinsley Family Living History Farm at MOR. William was born in Kentucky. Vintage 4x5 in. tintype, 4x5 in. copy negative.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: 87.36.9 
Title: George and Elmyra Heard Frazier, Bozeman, Montana Territory
Date: 1868 
Location: Bozeman, Montana Territory
Photographer: Unknown Photographer
Description: George Washington Alexander Frazier (1830-1874) and Elmyra Heard Frazier (1835-1928) in 1868, Bozeman, Montana Territory. George and Elmyra owned the City Hotel where John Bozeman spent his last night in 1867 before going on his fateful trip where he was shot and died. Vintage 4.5x6.5 in. copy print, 4x5 in. copy negative.
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Source: Museum of the Rockies Photo Archive
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Catalog Number: x85.3.504 

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