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BOB MARLEY in Kingston, '79, with JACOB MILLER, I JAH MAN and JUNIOR MARVIN...

BOB MARLEY in Kingston, '79, with JACOB MILLER, I JAH MAN and JUNIOR MARVIN...

Alfred Jacob Miller’s painting, Trapping Beaver, circa 1858, illustrates the tedious, repetitive and dangerous work of the fur trappers and mountain men who worked North America’s waterways for the Hudson’s Bay Company beginning in 1670.

Alfred Jacob Miller’s painting, Trapping Beaver, circa 1858, illustrates the tedious, repetitive and dangerous work of the fur trappers and mountain men who worked North America’s waterways for the Hudson’s Bay Company beginning in 1670.

Spartan Jacob Miller 376 full render by Arbiter376

Spartan Jacob Miller 376 full render by Arbiter376

Civil War Veteran Jacob Miller was shot in the forehead on Sept.19th 1863 at Brock Field at Chickamauga. He lived with an open bullet wound for many years, with the last pieces of lead dropping out 31 years after he was first shot. 1911.[[MORE]] Jacob Miller’s account taken from the Daily News Joliet Ill. Wed. June 14,1863. "Seventeen years after I was wounded a buck shot dropped out of my wound and thirty one years after two pieces of lead came out."

Civil War Veteran Jacob Miller was shot in the forehead on 1863 at Brock Field at Chickamauga. He lived with an open bullet wound for many years, with the last pieces of lead dropping out 31 years after he was first shot.

From Pelt to Felt: the Making of a Beaver Top Hat | Artworks | Fur Traders and Rendezvous: The Alfred Jacob Miller Online Catalogue

From Pelt to Felt: the Making of a Beaver Top Hat | Artworks | Fur Traders and Rendezvous: The Alfred Jacob Miller Online Catalogue

From Pelt to Felt: the Making of a Beaver Top Hat Alfred Jacob Miller was acquainted with mountain men who endured the danger and discomfort of the Rocky Mountain West in search of beaver to supply the demands of hat manufacturers. In the heyday of the beaver trade, thousands of pelts per year were turned into fine felt for creating hats worn by the social elite. Beaver “plews” straight from the Rockies were rough, greasy skins, covered with coarse, brown guard hairs. Underneath, however…

From Pelt to Felt: the Making of a Beaver Top Hat Alfred Jacob Miller was acquainted with mountain men who endured the danger and discomfort of the Rocky Mountain West in search of beaver to supply the demands of hat manufacturers. In the heyday of the beaver trade, thousands of pelts per year were turned into fine felt for creating hats worn by the social elite. Beaver “plews” straight from the Rockies were rough, greasy skins, covered with coarse, brown guard hairs. Underneath, however…

From Pelt to Felt: the Making of a Beaver Top Hat Alfred Jacob Miller was acquainted with mountain men who endured the danger and discomfort of the Rocky Mountain West in search of beaver to supply the demands of hat manufacturers. In the heyday of the beaver trade, thousands of pelts per year were turned into fine felt for creating hats worn by the social elite. Beaver “plews” straight from the Rockies were rough, greasy skins, covered with coarse, brown guard hairs. Underneath, however…

From Pelt to Felt: the Making of a Beaver Top Hat Alfred Jacob Miller was acquainted with mountain men who endured the danger and discomfort of the Rocky Mountain West in search of beaver to supply the demands of hat manufacturers. In the heyday of the beaver trade, thousands of pelts per year were turned into fine felt for creating hats worn by the social elite. Beaver “plews” straight from the Rockies were rough, greasy skins, covered with coarse, brown guard hairs. Underneath, however…

Kurt Jacob Miller

Kurt Jacob Miller

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