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Looking Like A True PioneerMay 23, 1997

Name: Looking Like A True Pioneer

Location: Lemoyne, Nebraska

Many of the original pioneers wore hats and bonnets to keep the sun from burning their faces. They usually had just a couple of different outfits too. This modern day pioneer could be mistaken for an original pioneer because of the way he is dressed.