Beyond the Mississippi: From the Great River to the Great Ocean : Life and Adventure on the Prairies, Mountains, and Pacific Coast

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American Publishing Company, 1869 - 620 lappuses

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CONTENTS
104
An Imaginary City What are your Politics ? Freaks of Political Highway
109
CHAPTER X
120
CHAPTER XI
131
A Morning Caller F BEARD Davis Speer
138
A House Twelve by Fourteen Miss M H VANDERVEER Fay de Cox
140
A Bona fide Residence Miss LIZZIE B HUMPHREY Orr
141
Feminine Smokers of Tobacco Fever and Ague Experiences Perplexing
145
End of the Bogus Laws Miss M JARVIS Fay Cox
149
Whats in a name? A R WAUD Davis Speer
150
An Abolition Emissary Full page WILLIAM J HENNESSY Davis Speer Face page
154
The Dead Brother J C BEARD Davis Speer
158
Grocery A R WAUD Davis Speer
162
Horace Greeleys Manuscript Davis Speer
164
Busted By Thunder J C BEARD Orr
166
Narrow escape from the Buffaloes Full page J C BEARD Richardson Face page
168
CHAPTER XIV
169
Portrait of Horace Greeley W WAUD Davis Speer
170
A Change of Base WARREN Davis Speer
174
Republican River PERKINS Davis Speer
176
CHAPTER XV
179
Climbing into the Mountains WHITE Orr
180
Gregory Gold Diggings in Colorado May 1859 Full page WHITE Orr
181
Misplaced Confidence EDWIN FORBES Davis Speer
184
Seven Views in Denver Colorado 1859 Full page WARREN Fay Cox Face page
186
A Visit from Little Raven A R WAUD Davis Speer
191
CHAPTER XVI
193
Burned to Death H FENN Davis Speer
196
Flapjacks WARREN Fay Cox
200
Going into the Mines STEPHENS Richardson
202
Coming Out STEPHENS Richardson
203
CHAPTER XVII
204
Missouri Iron Miners at Work CHAPIN Richardson
205
Missouri Lead Miners above Ground Thwaits Davis Speer
211
Down the Shaft F A CHAPMAN Davis Speer
212
Lead Miners under Ground CHAPMAN James L Langridge
213
CHAPTER XVIII
215
The Churchgoing Bell STEPHENS Richardson
216
Governor Walkers Residence Indian Territory WILLIAM WAUD Davis Speer Face page
219
A Counterirritant W FISK Fay de Cox
220
A Charmed Line F BEARD Davis Speer
223
CHAPTER XIX
225
A Mexican Cart Miss HUMPHREY Davis Speer
227
Comanche Greeting F E MULLEN Davis Speer
229
A Morning Amusement FORBES Fay Cox
231
The Mirage FENN Davis Speer
233
Indians Surprised and Defeated in Limpia Canyon Full page WARREN Langridge
234
The Spanish Bayonet A R WAUD Davis Speer
236
Street Scenes in El Paso old Mexico W WAUD Davis Speer
240
A Mexican Fandango HOGAN Davis Speer
242
CHAPTER XXI
245
Journey of the Dead Man THWAITS Davis Speer
246
A Mexican GristMill Miss JARVIS Davis Speer
247
A Mexican FarmHouse Miss DE RYKE Fay Com
250
Gambling in Santa Fe F BEARD Daris Speer
252
CHAPTER XXII
256
The Fontaine Qui Bouille G W CRANE Orr
277
The Author arrives in Denver A R WAUD Davis Speer
279
CHAPTER XXIV
281
John Brown Brady Photographer A R WAUD Davis Speer
283
A letter from John Brown Davis Speer
285
Do they Miss Me at Home ? J C BEARD Richardson
288
An Armed Neutrality A R WALD G H Hayes
291
A Night with a Squatter Killed in the Darkness Reminiscences of Old John
293
Our House in Denver A R WAUD Davis Speer
295
A Rocky Mountain Scene From a Painting by Albert Bierstadt Full page Dixon John Karst Face page
302
CHAPTER XXVI
303
A Voluntary Retraction A R WAUD Davis Speer
306
The Arastra J C BEARD Richardson
307
Pikes Peak from Forty Miles Northeast PERKINS Davis Speer
310
Scene in the Monument Region WHITE Orr
311
Gateway to Garden of the Gods Miss HUMPHREY Davis Speer
312
Climbing Pikes Peak R M Shurtleff Davis Speer
314
Under the Shelving Rock WHITE Orr
317
On the Summit WHITE Orr
321
Lincoln is Elected J C BEARD Richardson
325
CHAPTER XXVIII
327
Light Artillery Hogan Davis Speer
328
A Picture of Whoa FORBES Davis Speer
329
Denver Architecture in 1867 W WAUD Fay Cox
334
An Honest Miner HOGAN Davis Speer
336
CHAPTER XXIX
338
Indian Attack at North Platte Crossing WHITE Orr
339
An Outside Passenger F H SCHELL Fay Cox
341
Snowballing in June J BECKER Fay Cox
344
Emigration Canyon S W Y Schimonsky U P R R Hogan Davis Speer
345
Great Salt Lake City Utah 1867 Full page Schimonsky CHAPIN Richardson
347
Brigham Preaching to his Congregation WHITE Orr
348
Virginia DaleLovers Leap Smelling the Battle afar off Indians a Little
350
Portrait of Brigham Young W WAUD Davis Speer
352
Lion House and BeeHive House E BONWELL Davis Speer
354
Why I am your Wife Miss MARY A HALLOCK Davis Speer
357
The Great Salt Lake Schimonsky SCHELL Davis Speer
360
The City of the Future All the Jews are Gentiles Personal Description
365
From Salt Lake City Westward Eight Miles in Thirty Minutes Irrigating
378
CHAPTER XXXIII
393
CHAPTER XXXIV
407
A Frontier Supreme Court Oregon Pioneers Govern Themselves Terrible
419
CHAPTER XXXVI
436
CHAPTER XXXVII
447
The Raw Winds of San Francisco A Climate Stimulating like Wine Fires
460
CHAPTER XXXIX
475
CHAPTER XL
490
Lewis and Clarks Great Expedition Explorers given up as Dead Build them
503
CHAPTER XLII
518
CHAPTER XLIII
527
CHAPTER XLIV
537
CHAPTER XLV
548
CHAPTER XLVI
562
CHAPTER XLVII
572
CHAPTER XLVIII
582
CHAPTER XLIX
597

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