Welcome to Legends of America's Photo Print Store. Take a stroll through our many galleries where you'll find hundreds of photos we've taken during our many travels to historic destinations across America, as well a large collection of vintage photos that we've collected and restored along the way.

Happy Travels! -- Dave & Kathy Alexander


About
Legends of America travels across the United States in search of legends, history, and great travel destinations. Along the way, we snap hundreds of photographs, as well as collecting a wide variety of vintage images, which we restore -- taking out the "noise" and flaws of historic images. See more about Legends Of America HERE.


Legends of America Photo Prints

States, Cities, & Places

States, Cities, & Places

Old West

Old West

Native Americans

Native Americans

Route 66

Route 66

Americana

Americana

American History

American History

Historic People

Historic People

Ghost Towns

Ghost Towns

Nostalgic & 20th Century

Nostalgic & 20th Century

Transportation

Transportation

Artists, Photographers, & Publishing Companies

Artists, Photographers, & Publishing Companies

Scenic Views

Scenic Views

Other - Sports, Religious, Objects, Still-Life

Other - Sports, Religious, Objects, Still-Life

Photo Art

Photo Art

Animals

Animals

Greeting Cards

Greeting Cards

Architectural, Buildings, Bridges & More

Architectural, Buildings, Bridges & More

Advertising

Advertising

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Guestbook for Legends of America Photo Prints
21.Denise Garcia(non-registered)
My paternal grandmother was born around 1886 in Christian County, KY. Her daughter (my Dad's sister) said that one of grandmother's parents was born in Hopkinsville, KY during the two day layover of the Cherokees on the Little River here in Hopkinsville. After the birth the mother was moved on along with the rest of the Indians and the baby (one of my great grandparents) was given to a black family to raise. We have a Trail of Tears Park here and are on the National Historic Trail of Tears route. Two Chiefs who died here during the layover are buried here with a monument. My Dad was my grandmothers last ( of ten.) child, so grandmother died in 1978, before I had any thought of asking her personally about her parents. Geneolgy was not so much of a thing forty and fifty years ago. I presently live in the last remaining family homes here, about 2 miles from the actual site of the layover.
20.Michael(non-registered)
all that can be seen is there for all who may come to see and witness it, it is sad in the heart to think that one brother human being would call to kill all his brother human beings to own that which was ment to be shared by all who came to see and witness the gift of the great spirit.
19.ANN BROUSSARD(non-registered)
Ann Broussard
18.David Rogells(non-registered)
IMet a fair maiden who knew the legend of Charlie and John.Iguess its fear of reincarnation or a plain haunting that gripps the young lovers of folk lore,.Those who cant escape thru old folk songs but get foreverdrawn into stories so horrible.
17.Myrna Aldrich(non-registered)
My great-great-grandfather and his family were among the first settlers of Bannavck, spending the winter of 1862-63 there among the 300-400 souls who landed there after gold was discovered. He was the Miners Court judge and ran a hotel during Bannack's heyday; his children attended Lucia Darling's school. I visited Bannack for the first time in July 2014 and love these pictures...