What's In Your Bag, Brian Barker?
Here is an outfit I am sending to a customer. I made him a rifle earlier this year and he ask me to make a pouch and horn set for him. I sent some photo's of horns and bags that I had made along with a photo of my personal outfit. Well as usual he wanted my horn and bag. I had already sold most of my stuff off so I had to make some new things to put in and make it complete. Now I wonder how long it will take me to get another set made. Copy and photos supplied by Brian Barker.
Davy Crockett's First Rifle
In 1803, David Crockett bought this Pennsylvania rifle that he described as "a capital one." Three years later, in love with a local girl, Crockett traded it, along with labor, to neighbor John Canaday for a "courting horse." Canaday later sold the gun to James McCuistion, whose descendants still own it. It is now on display in the Museum of East Tennessee History at 601 Gay Street, in Knoxville, TN. If you would like a print of this photo, go to…
David Crockett portrait by John Gadsby Chapman 1834 16x20 | Etsy
Welcome to Quail Hollow Gallery. From paintings done by famous artists of people and life in early America, I make distinctive ready-to-frame prints that --- in the Currier & Ives style --- show the title of the painting and the artist’s name. All prints are 16x20 inches and thus fit frames that can