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Blacksmith Shop at Pawnee Bill Ranch
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Original blacksmith shop at Pawnee Bill Ranch and Museum a few miles west of Pawnee, Oklahoma. The blacksmith shop is still used for demonstrations.
Copyright: Andy Martin
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Geüpload: 15/04/2012
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Tags: pawnee bill; pawnee; ranch; west; wild west; old west; blacksmith; cabin; oklahoma
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