2 edition of trip across the plains, and life in California found in the catalog.
trip across the plains, and life in California
|Statement||by Geo. Keller, physician to the Wayne County Company.|
|LC Classifications||F593 .K28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||58 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||rc 01001227|
The collection was begun in by the late Merrill J. Mattes, a co-founder of the Oregon-California Trails Association. That original nucleus was a result of a generous donation from Merrill and reflected his many years as an award-winning National Park Service historian and also included works of . California Gold Rush, Vigilante Justice, The Sack of Lawrence, Kansas, Pony Express Rider, Riding The Stage, Crossing the Plains, Completing the Transcontinental Railroad, Shoot Out with "Wild Bill" Hickok, Buffalo Bill Entertains a Russian Grand Duke, Battle With The Apache, Captured by the.
Enjoy some of the country's best roadside attractions without ever leaving your car by taking a trip down the Enchanted Highway in North Dakota. This mile stretch of highway is lined with scrap metal sculptures depicting everything from flying birds to massive pheasants looking out over the plains. California: A Trip Across the Plains, in the Spring of di. James Abbey. James Abbey. FORMATO. epub. Social DRM DISPOSITIVI SUPPORTATI. computer. e-reader/kobo. ios. android. kindle. € 0, aggiungi al carrello Descrizione. James Abbey was a member of a traveling party that left New Albany, Indiana, for California in
Hutchings' Panoramic Scenes Crossing the Plains. Wood engraving, issued before January 1, Baker drew these scenes "from Nature in " and J. M. Hutchings of Placerville published them as a letter sheet. The trip across the plains proved to be no . Read the digitized book:The pioneer preacher: incidents of interest, and experiences in the author's life. Revival labors in the frontier settlements. A perilous trip across the plains in the time of Indian wars, and before the railroads. Three years in the mining camps of California and Idaho, twenty-one years' residence in southern California, etc - Bristol, Sherlock,
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A trip across the plains, and life in California. by George Keller, In this book, Ohio native George Keller documents his experiences during his travels to California via an overland route across the western United States. He records major stops and landmarks along the route, observations about the scenery and landscape and his group’s encounters with Native Americans, as well as notes on the mining experience in California.
A trip across the plains, and life in California. [George Keller] -- Keller was the physician on the Wayne County, Ohio, company that traveled in on the northern route to California. He described the scenery and the trials, gold mining, and the Indians of.
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Enthusiasm soon gives place to reality, as they work for a pittance of gold each day. The book ends at the point of unsatisfied curiosity/5. A trip across the plains, and life in California Item Preview remove-circle A trip across the plains, and life in California by Keller, George.
Publication date Topics Overland journeys to the Pacific GENERIC RAW BOOK ZIP download. download 1 file. A Trip Across the Plains And Life in California Embracing a Description of Th. Home» Fiction» Literature. 8 / 10 (2) (2). A trip across the plains, and life in California: embracing a description of the overland route, its natural curiosities : the gold mines of California: its climate, soil productions, animals, &c: with sketches of Indian, Mexican and Californian character: to which is added, a guide of the route from the Missouri River to the Pacific Ocean.
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Read California a Trip Across the Plains in the Spring of Being a Daily Recor absolutely for free at A trip across the plains () is reprinted here from a version published in the Magazine of history, It is based on the diary kept by Abbey during that journey and letters he sent to friends at home as his party made their way from Indiana to St.
Louis, where they joined a larger wagon train, and on to California via Fort Laramie, South Pass, Salt Lake, and Carson Pass. California: A Trip Across the Plains, In the Spring of Title: California: A Trip Across the Plains, In the Spring of Author: Abbey, James: Link: multiple formats at : Stable link here: Look for editions of this book at your library, or elsewhere.
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Trip Across the Plains, and Life in the California Gold Fields During the Stirring Days Following the Discovery of Gold () Edward Washington McIlhany Recollections of a '49er: A Quaint and Thrilling Narrative of a Trip Across the Plains, and Life in the California Gold Fields During the Stirring Days Following the Discovery of Gold () Edward.
The book describes his overland experiences in detail, including a trip through Salt Lake City and observations of Mormonism, as well as giving details of his life in California, including mining for gold.
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[Edward Washington McIlhany] -- Edward Washington McIlhany (b. ) left West Virginia for the California gold fields in Recollections of a '49er. A quaint and thrilling narrative of a trip across the plains, and life in the California gold fields during the stirring days following the discovery of gold in the far West, Summary Edward Washington McIlhany (b.
) left West Virginia for the California gold fields in Across The Plains In The Donner Party: A Personal Narrative Of The Overland Trip To California by Virginia Reed Murphy Download Book (Respecting the intellectual property of others is utmost important to us, we make every effort to make sure we only link to legitimate sites, such as those sites owned by authors and publishers.
Journal Of Medorem Crawford: An Account Of His Trip Across The Plains With The Oregon Pioneers Of Across The Plains In The Donner Party: A Personal Narrative Of The Overland Trip To California Life Among The Mormons, And A March To Their Zion: To Which Is Added A Chapter On The Indians Of The Plains And Mountains Of The West.Across the Plains () is the middle section of Robert Louis Stevenson's three-part travel memoir which began with The Amateur Emigrant and ended with The Silverado Squatters.
The book contains 12 chapters, each a story or essay unto itself. The title chapter is the Books: An Inland Voyage (). “The beauty of the plains is not just in themselves but in the sky, in what you think when you look at them, and in what they are not," wrote Ian Frazier in his classic road trip book, Great Plains.