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    CARTE DE VISITE OF FAMOUS FRONTIERSMAN KIT CARSON 1860s. Christopher Houston "Kit" Carson. When the Civil War ended, and with the Indian campaigns successfully concluded, Carson left the army and took up ranching, finally settling in Franksville, Colorado. Carson died at age 58 from an aneurysm in the surgeon's quarters in Fort Lyon, Colorado. This CDV portrait photograph of Carson was photographed by Earles' Galleries and Looking Glass, Philadelphia. Very good condition, light contrast.

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    November, 2007
    10th Saturday
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