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Lost Haddonfield: Wild Horses in the 1890s
The past comes alive in pictures.
"When still young, William T Collins moved to Beaver City Nebraska where he became an Indian trader," according to Cliff Brunker of the Historical Society of Haddonfield. "He would from time to time return to Haddonfield with two or three carloads of wild horses. His assistant was a young Sioux Indian. Hanging on the wall, are trophies of Collins' skill as a marksman."
These pictures are from the archives of the Historical Society of Haddonfield.
, old pictures
, and vintage pictures