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A portrait of Kit Carson III (son of Willliam Carson and grandson of Kit Carson) in a coat similar to the “Kit Carson coat”, circa 1927. Note that this coat was actually owned by Tom Tobin, Carson III’s grandfather on his mother’s side. Scan number: 10053237.

A portrait of Kit Carson III (son of Willliam Carson and grandson of Kit Carson) in a coat similar to the “Kit Carson coat”, circa Note that this coat was actually owned by Tom Tobin, Carson III’s grandfather on his mother’s side.

Kit Carson Jr Armed 1870s Cabinet Card Photo by Mora Buffalo Bill Wild West Show | eBay

Kit Carson Jr Armed 1870s Cabinet Card Photo by Mora Buffalo Bill Wild West Show

Kit Carson (1809-1868) American frontiersman and Indian fighter--Carson explored the west to California, and north through the Rocky Mountains. He lived among and married into the Arapaho and Cheyenne tribes.

"Kit Carson Jr, Crack Shot of the West," (given name: Jim Spleen) was a performer NOT related to Kit Carson. His name was an alias. The photo states he tried to enter West Point on that deception, but couldn't pass the exam in grammar & figures

Kit Carson - Born Christopher Houston Carson on December 24, 1809 & died on May 23, 1868 from an aortic aneurism.  He was a scout, trapper; much involved with Indian affairs.

Real - Kit Carson - Born Christopher Houston Carson on December 1809 & died on May 1868 from an aortic aneurism. He was a scout, trapper; much involved with Indian affairs

Kit Carson Peak (Main Peak Page)

Kit Carson Peak (Main Peak Page)

Christopher Houston "Kit" Carson (December 24, 1809 – May 23, 1868) was an American frontiersman. The few paying jobs he had during his lifetime included mountain man (fur trapper), wilderness guide, Indian agent, and American Army officer. Carson became a frontier legend in his own lifetime via biographies and news articles. Exaggerated versions of his exploits were the subject of dime novels. --Kit Carson, about 1860.jpg

Christopher Houston ("Kit") Carson, d. mountain man, scout for Fremont's explorations, hero of dime novels (or "penny dreadfuls") and Indian fighter. Judging from the uniform, this was probably taken in the was also my cousin

Kit Carson's Grave, Taos, New Mexico - Soon after his return from Washington, D.C., his wife Josefa died from complications of child birth. Carson died a month later from an abdominal aortic aneurysm at age 58. He was buried next to his wife. His headstone inscription reads: Kit Carson Died May 23, 1868 Aged 59 Years  His last words were: "Adios Compadres." Spanish for goodbye friends.

Kit Carson's Grave, Taos, New Mexico - Soon after his return from Washington, D.C., his wife Josefa died from complications of child birth. Carson died a month later from an abdominal aortic aneurysm at age 58. He was buried next to his wife. His headstone inscription reads: Kit Carson Died May 23, 1868 Aged 59 Years His last words were: "Adios Compadres." Spanish for goodbye friends.

5 Landmark Books VALLEY FORGE, Daniel Boone,Kit Carson,Lewis & Clark, Kit Carson | eBay

5 Landmark Books VALLEY FORGE, Daniel Boone,Kit Carson,Lewis & Clark, Kit Carson

5 Landmark Books VALLEY FORGE, Daniel Boone,Kit Carson,Lewis & Clark, Kit Carson | eBay

Christopher Houston "Kit" Carson (1809-1868) was one of the most famous American frontiersmen and Indian Wars fighter.He guided during the Fremont expedition, fought in the Mexican-American war, and spent most of his last 20 years fighting Indians.Carson's fame was boosted by the press and western pulp fiction.Carson campaigned against the Navajos, whom he finally forced to surrender. He died on May 23, 1868 because of a ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm.

Christopher Houston "Kit" Carson (Born: December 1809 ~ Died: May was an American frontiersman and Indian fighter. Carson left home in rural present-day Missouri at age 16 and became a mountain man and trapper in the West.

In 1969 Total Arts Gallery occupied a single room in a historical building that is over 200 years old, on Kit Carson Road in Taos New Mexico.

In 1969 Total Arts Gallery occupied a single room in a historical building that is over 200 years old, on Kit Carson Road in Taos New Mexico.

Christopher Houston "Kit" Carson (Dec. 24, 1809 - May 23, 1868) was an American explorer, guide, fur trapper, Indian agent, rancher, and soldier, who traveled through the southwestern and western USA.   Carson was born in Madison County, Kentucky, but spent his childhood in Boone's Lick, Missouri. In 1826, Carson took a wagon train to the Santa Fe, New Mexico, area. He worked as a fur trapper and got to know the local Indians very well (his first two wives were, respectively, Arapahoe and…

Christopher Houston "Kit" Carson (December 1809 – May was an…

Taos - Kit Carson Home & Museum. Purchased by famed cowboy Kit Carson for his bride in 1843, this 3-room adobe home displays artifacts, antique firearms and other pioneer belongings, Kit Carson memorabilia and an exhaustive supply of books about New Mexico.

Taos - Kit Carson Home & Museum. Purchased by famed cowboy Kit Carson for his bride in this adobe home displays artifacts, antique firearms and other pioneer belongings, Kit Carson memorabilia and an exhaustive supply of books about New Mexico.

"Kit Carson Bowie Knife"  Replikat eines Bowiemessers aus dem Besitz des bekannten Scouts Kit Carson aus der Zeit um 1860. Griffschalen aus poliertem Bein, Griffbacken aus Stahl, Klingenlänge ca. 19 cm, Klingenstärke 4 mm, Gesamtlänge 31 cm.

"Kit Carson Bowie Knife" Replikat eines Bowiemessers aus dem Besitz des bekannten Scouts Kit Carson aus der Zeit um 1860. Griffschalen aus poliertem Bein, Griffbacken aus Stahl, Klingenlänge ca. 19 cm, Klingenstärke 4 mm, Gesamtlänge 31 cm.

Kit Carson, "Perched Raven" Brooch made from 1964 Sears and Roebuck Craftsman Toolbox, magnetic clasp, diamond eye (0.12CT, VVS2, H color) mounted in 18k gold, 6x6xmm square mounted in 22k gold.

Kit Carson, "Perched Raven" Brooch made from 1964 Sears and Roebuck Craftsman Toolbox, magnetic clasp, diamond eye mounted in gold, square mounted in gold.

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