Three young men play a joke on homesteaders at a dance with their own version of the baby swap.
Young boy takes it upon himself to secure a Bible for homestead church service in Baileyville, Kansas.
Fourth of July in a sawmill town.
Oklahoma homesteaders in 1899 settled right next to the famous Miller brothers.
A husking bee was a seasonal event that folks turned into a big deal during the homestead days.
Considering a Fourth of July celebration in McPherson County, Nebraska, some things never change.
Two young bachelors devise a plan in Rooks County, Kansas.
Homestead gatherings sometimes involved which livestock animal or kitchen tool was the most useful.
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