Journey through America’s Destinations HERE

Red Brick Road near Auburn, Illinois

Journey through America’s Destinations here.


Salute to the Cowboy

The American Cowboy played an important role as settlers moved across the country during the era of Westward Expansion. These wranglers of cattle and horses performed a number of ranching tasks including tending to the care of animals, riding the range to see that cattle didn’t stray too far, branding the calves, and driving cattle herds to market.

Today, many classic traditions of the cowboy are still preserved. See Cowboys & Trail Blazers.

Also, check out our Cowboys and Trailblazers Photo Print Gallery

Hitch up and see all our Old West Pages

The Old West

The Old West


Did You Know?  

Oregon Trail Map


On May 16, 1842, the first organized wagon train on the Oregon Trail set out from Elm Grove, Missouri, with more than 100 pioneers. On May 22, 1843, what is known as the Great Migration, with up to 1,000 settlers, livestock, and more, in a massive wagon train, departed to follow the same route from Independence Missouri, arriving in the Willamette Valley. Hundreds of thousands more would follow, especially after gold was discovered in California in 1849. Read much more about The Oregon Trail.

Frontier Fact

See our Frontier Facts and Trivia HERE

Supporting our love of history since 2003:

Photo Print Shop

“Hey all, you guys did a top notch job on all the prints I ordered and they just put my 1800’s saloon over the top! I was so impressed by the quality and the packaging. Thank you again, we will be forever Arizona customers!” – Jamie

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United States Geography

North America Map courtesy World Atlas

Geography of the United States is an important tool for learning and understanding American History. It has affected history as the country was first explored and settled, the government changed, wars were fought, and the nation expanded westward. In addition, environmental changes brought droughts and floods, causing migrations of people from one place to another. Start exploring HERE.

Begin Your Learning Adventures HERE

School Room by Frances Benjamin Johnston, 1901.

Learning Opportunities from Legends of America



Native American & Other Ancient Remedies

Grinding medicine--Zuni, edward s. curtis, 1925

For thousands of years, Native Americans have used herbs to not only heal the body but, also to purify the spirit and bring balance into their lives and their surroundings. Oral traditions indicate that they learned about the healing powers of herbs and other plants by watching sick animals. There are no written records of herbal use by the indigenous people of America prior to the first contact between Europeans and the tribes. However, this changed as Native Americans shared their knowledge of how to use nature’s medicines with the new settlers. See more, including our guide through Native American Remedies.

Explore Native America

American Tribes Poster

From Tribes and Heros to Myths and Medicine. Explore all that is Native American here.


Featured Photo Print Galleries this month:

National Parks & Monuments

National Parks & Monuments

Ghost Towns of Nevada

Ghost Towns of Nevada


From Legends’ General Store:

From Nuwati Herbals in Missouri – Respiratory-Health-and-Sore-Throat-Tea-Package

Two Teas from Nuwati Herbals in Missouri USA that help soothe the throat area and support the immune system and respiratory health.  Buy HERE at Legends General Store

American Tribes Poster

Native American Tribes Poster, available at Legends’ General Store

“Native American Indian Tribes” poster locates over 300 original territories of the major American Indian tribes. Each location has been approved by the tribal council. Artwork is from an original painting by Bill Strobel. Poster measures 17″ x 24″. Great for classroom and learning projects.

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The Alaska Triangle – Disappearing Into Thin Air

Alaska Triangle

The Alaska Triangle, sometimes called Alaska’s Bermuda Triangle, is a place in the untouched wilderness of the Frontier State where mystery lingers and people go missing at a very high rate.  Read about it HERE.


Explore Legends, Ghosts, Myths & Mysteries

Venture into the unknown with our Legends, Ghosts, Myths & Mysteries.


Off Beat Roadside Attractions, Trivia, & More

The Blue Whale in Catoosa, Oklahma has long been an icon on Route 66. Photo by David Fisk.

Roadside stops, strange statues, larger than life items, gimmicky signs, quirky architecture — popping up along America’s roads and highways, often bring drivers to a screeching halt, a quick turn around, or, at the very least, an expletive — “what in hell was that?” See our collection of Off Beat Roadside Attractions, Trivia, & More.


Travel Tips, Special Destinations, RV Information & More

See Travel Tips, RV information and More



Hey, Y’all! 

Dave & Kathy Alexander.

Legends of America is comprised of just the two of us — Dave & Kathy, who have a love of history, travel, and a desire to share it with the world! We have several others who have contributed along the way and always welcome more.

Though we are a small Mom & Pop “shop”, we have decades of customer service & business experience between the two us — in both large and small organizations. With an entrepreneurial dream, we launched Legends of America in 2003.

We are Midwest born and bred with great values. You’ll find, with just an email, phone call, or order, that our customer service is Over the Top!!

Legends’ General Store, our Photo Print Shop, along with our great advertisers, are the primary means for providing the volumes of information to our readers at no cost.

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  1. I’m interested in finding information about a stagecoach driver named Ben Drew that drove for a Haverhill Ma. Stagecoach Co.
    google ” stagecoach Kings in the old west- legends of America” his name mentioned their.

  2. Hey all, you guys did a top notch job on all the prints I ordered and they just put my 1800’s saloon over the top! I was so impressed by the quality and the packaging. Thank you again, we will be forever Arizona customers!

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