The only known photographs of overland emigrants crossing Nebraska, in possession of the Nebraska State Historical Society, were taken by Charles R Savage. Savage is best remembered for his photographs of the driving of the golden spike at Promontory, Utah, in 1869. This article presents more information on Charles R Savage and his unique photographs of emigrants crossing the Plains.
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Charles R. Savage photograph of a Mormon camp by Wyoming, Nebraska in June 1866.