Youngsters take their mother at her word while hunting for their range cattle on a Moffat County, Colorado homestead.
Unusual way of peppering cattle in southern Missouri; even by homesteading standards.
One cowboy bucks the traditional game while breaking a horse in New Mexico Territory.
Cattle present a huge challenge for homesteaders in northwest Oklahoma.
Cattle hands offer awkward exchange over lunch on homesteaders' South Dakota land.
Blizzard on homestead in western Nebraska wiped out an entire cattle herd.
A homesteading boy in Alberta, Canada trains a trusty steer in an unusual way.
Woman with young children encounters a timber wolf in her doorway; door gets finished shortly thereafter.
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