Deadwood, South Dakota

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Deadwood, Dakota Territory 1876

Deadwood 1876

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This iconic scene from Deadwood, South Dakota has been restored by Western Mining History. Depicted is a gold rush scene at the newly settled town of Deadwood, in what was Dakota Territory in 1876.

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Deadwood, South Dakota

Deadwood, South Dakota 1876

Main Street Deadwood, Dakota Territory 1877

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Deadwood, Dakota Territory ca. 1877

Lower Main Street Deadwood, Dakota Territory 1877

Lee Street Deadwood, Dakota Territory 1877

View of Deadwood, Dakota Territory 1877

China Town at Deadwood, Dakota Territory 1877

View of Deadwood from Signal Hill 1877

Main Street Deadwood, Dakota Territory 1877

Wall (Lee?) Street - Deadwood 1877

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The image has been identified by different sources as either Wall Street or Lee Street, each of which is perpendicular to Main Street and are important parts of the commercial district at Deadwood, Dakota Territory in 1877. This was the year of the great gold rush to the Black Hills.

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Deadwood: The Ultimate Photo Collection

Deadwood, South Dakota

Bella Union Theater

Deadwood 1877 Gold Rush Scene

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This iconic scene from Deadwood, South Dakota has been restored by Western Mining History. Depicted is a gold rush scene at the newly settled town of Deadwood, in what was Dakota Territory in 1877.

This photo has appeared in the following articles:

Deadwood: The Ultimate Photo Collection

Deadwood, South Dakota

Deadwood 1877 Gold Rush Scene (colorized)

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Express office at Deadwood, Dakota Territory 1877

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This iconic western mining scene shows businesses on Main Street at Deadwood, Dakota Territory in 1877. Businesses in this view are J.B. Tarpy Blacksmithing & Wagon Repairing, and the Northwestern Express, Stage, and Transportation Company “Great Through Passenger & Freight Line to the East and South.”

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Deadwood: The Ultimate Photo Collection

Deadwood, South Dakota

View of Cottage Hill in Deadwood, Dakota Territory 1877

View of Deadwood from the West 1877

Detailed View of Main Street Deadwood 1877

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Elaborate sign for Bloom's Mercantile - Deadwood 1877

Deadwood, South Dakota 1888

Deadwood's pride. The elegant City Hall

Detailed View of Main Street Deadwood 1877 (colorized)

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Main Street Deadwood, Dakota Territory 1876

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This iconic scene from Deadwood, South Dakota has been restored by Western Mining History. Depicted is a gold rush scene at the newly settled town of Deadwood, in what was Dakota Territory in 1876.

This photo has appeared in the following articles:

Deadwood: The Ultimate Photo Collection

Deadwood, South Dakota

Jollification. Deadwood People celebrating the building of D.O.R.R. road to Lead City.

People of Deadwood celebrating completion of a stretch of railroad

Grave of Wild Bill Hickock at Deadwood 1876

Wild Bill Hickock's Grave Marker, 1876. Published by the Black Hills View Company on Sherman Street, Deadwood, and reportedly photographed on August 20, 1876, 18 days after Hickock's death. Wooden marker reads: "Wild Bill, J. B. Hickok killed by the assassin Jack McCall in Deadwood, Black Hills, August 2nd, 1876. Pard, we will meet again in the happy hunting ground to part no more. Good bye, Colorado Charlie, C. H. Utter."

Deadwood, Dakota Territory 1876

Deadwood. Grand Lodge I.O.O.F. of Dakotas. Street Parade, May 21, 1890

Deadwood from Engleside

Deadwood from McGovern Hill

Part of Deadwood as seen from big flume

Deadwood from Forest Hill

Deadwood Celebration

Deadwood people celebrating the building of the largest reduction works of the kind (for gold and silver ores) in the world.

Main Street Deadwood, Dakota Territory 1877 (colorized)

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Deadwood from Mrs. Livingston's Hill

Calamity Jane at Wild Bill's grave ca. 1903

Lithograph of Deadwood, Dakota Territory 1884

Deadwood South Dakota

Engleside and Cleveland [Deadwood?] from east of city

Wells Fargo Express Co. Deadwood Treasure Wagon 1890

Wells Fargo Express Co. Deadwood Treasure Wagon and Guards with $250,000 gold bullion from the Great Homestake Mine, Deadwood, S.D., 1890

Gold Point Pass - Toll Road to Deadwood 1877

View of Deadwood, South Dakota ca. 1900

Grave of Wild Bill at Deadwood 1892

Monument reads: J B Hickock Died Aug 2 1876 by pistol shot. Aged 39 years. Custer was lonely without him. Erected by J H Riordan of N.Y. 1891.

Wall Street - Deadwood, Dakota Territory 1877

Masonic Temple at Deadwood, South Dakota

Ayres Block - Deadwood South Dakota

Franklin Hotel - Deadwood, South Dakota