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Real Mountain Men | Gallery 2

Real Mountain Men | Gallery 2

Hark Hatfield, 73, and his wife, who was Ollie McCoy, sit quietly in the sun

Hark Hatfield, 73, and his wife, who was Ollie McCoy, sit quietly in the sun

John Johnson, known as the crow killer due to a blood feud he fought with the crow tribe. He killed so many enemies with his knife that the chief of the tribe made him a member. He was the inspiration behind the movie, Jerimiah Johnson.

John Johnson, known as the crow killer due to a blood feud he fought with the crow tribe. He killed so many enemies with his knife that the chief of the tribe made him a member. He was the inspiration behind the movie, Jerimiah Johnson.

Michal Venera Photography

Michal Venera Photography

Jim Bridger | Jim Bridger - Wikipedia

Jim Bridger | Jim Bridger - Wikipedia

Famous Mountain Men | ... along other legendary mountain men like Jim Bridger and Tom Toblin

Famous Mountain Men | ... along other legendary mountain men like Jim Bridger and Tom Toblin

Born in Taos, New Mexico in 1812, Mariano Medina was a friend of Kit Carson, Louis Vasquez, the Bent brothers along other legendary mountain men like Jim Bridger and Tom Toblin.

Born in Taos, New Mexico in 1812, Mariano Medina was a friend of Kit Carson, Louis Vasquez, the Bent brothers along other legendary mountain men like Jim Bridger and Tom Toblin.

Famous Mountain Men | Potter County's Seth Iredell Nelson, "King Hunter of the Sinnemahoning ...

Famous Mountain Men | Potter County's Seth Iredell Nelson, "King Hunter of the Sinnemahoning ...

Too provocative for the Puritans, too warlike for the Quakers, too uncivilized for the Cavaliers, the Scots-Irish were encouraged to head to the backcountry.  "They would have to live in a lawless hinterland beyond the reach of civilization...It was an easy choice.  If there was ever a race bred to tame the frontier, it was King Billy's boys, who were already heading south along wild rivers and through perilous valleys into unexplored wilderness." (fm "The Other Irish," p27)    Russ Docken…

Too provocative for the Puritans, too warlike for the Quakers, too uncivilized for the Cavaliers, the Scots-Irish were encouraged to head to the backcountry. "They would have to live in a lawless hinterland beyond the reach of civilization...It was an easy choice. If there was ever a race bred to tame the frontier, it was King Billy's boys, who were already heading south along wild rivers and through perilous valleys into unexplored wilderness." (fm "The Other Irish," p27) Russ Docken…

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