10 edition of Life on the plains of the Pacific. found in the catalog.
Also published Buffalo, 1850, under title: A voyage round the world; with a history of the Oregon mission [etc.] Published later under various titles. The voyage extended from October 1839 to May 1846.
|Other titles||Rare Book Collection.|
|Statement||By. Rev. Gustavus Hines.|
|LC Classifications||F880 .H65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, -437 p.|
|Number of Pages||437|
|LC Control Number||02009577|
The Tragic Life of Cora, Robert’s Little Sister. In Robert’s story he only provides limited information on his two sisters, perhaps because they lived some distance away much of the time. I believe readers will find some of the details to follow just as tragic as the first thirty-nine years of Robert’s life. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the A Life Wild and Perilous: Mountain Men and the Paths to the Pacific by Robert M. Utley at Barnes & Noble. and plains between Hudson Bay and the Rocky Mountains, but the water connections from the Continental Divide to the Pacific Ocean remained to be worked out. Between the Missouri and the Pacific, literature Brand: Holt, Henry & Company, Inc.
This classic description of the interaction between the vast central plains of America and the people who lived there has, since its first publication in , been one of the most influential, widely known, and controversial works in western history. Arguing that "the Great Plains environmentconstitutes a geographic unity whose influences have been so powerful as to put a characteristic /5(2). A Life on the Plains. herding cattle out of the Northern Pacific railroad cuts to keep them from being killed by passing trains. He did this alone, at night, all winter, with only a dugout in.
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An emerging relationship with God, along with a new life out west, takes Robert Slothower and his family from the Life on the plains of the Pacific.
book Prairie to the Pacific to the Pacific, a historical narrative, reminds us that life was not always so easy, but from great trials can emerge great joy.5/5(6).
Plains to the Pacific, a historical narrative, reminds us that life was not always so easy, but from great trials can emerge great joy. James Harman moves the reader from his great-grandfather's fascinating narrative to a historical section that includes many photographs of Wyoming, past and current.5/5(6).
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Derby and co. edition, in EnglishPages: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hines, Gustavus, Life on the plains of the Pacific. Buffalo: G.H. Derby, (OCoLC) Plains to the Pacific by Slothower & Harman. 1, likes. This page will provide readers with a place to get more information on the "Plains to Pacific" book.
Authors: Robert J. Slothower & James ers: K. The unabridged version of My Life on the Plains by George A. Custer is a wordy but interesting and insightful picture into life on the Great Plains and the indigenes people that inhabited that vast area.
I must say it is not what I imagined it to be, the last years have changed the area so much as to make it unrecognizable/5. Life on the Plains of the Pacific by Gustavus Hines Book Resume: Download or read Life on the Plains of the Pacific book by clicking button below to visit the book download website.
There are multiple format available for you to choose (Pdf, ePub, Doc). Book/Printed Material Life on the plains and among the diggings; being scenes and adventures of an overland journey to California: with particular incidents of the route, mistakes and sufferings of the emigrants, the Indian tribes, the present and future of the great West.
Life on the plains of the Pacific: Oregon, its history, condition and prospects: containing a description of the geography, climate and productions, with personal adventures among the Indians during a residence of the author on the plains bordering the Pacific while connected with the Oregon mission: embracing extended notes of a voyage around the world.
PLAINS TO THE PACIFIC is an entertaining historical adventure, all the more appealing for being true. Slothower’s style is laconic and relaxed, as if he were telling stories around the campfire, jumping from one tale to the next in a roughly chronological but unpolished, folksy style that adds to the book’s grandfatherly charm.5/5(1).
Life is a journey: some travel through the plains, some through the books, some trough their dreams And the man who travels begins to fear that he may not find a fitting end to his journey. Ive spent my life trying to see my own place as the end of a journey I never made. The entire novel The Plains is /5().
Life on the plains of the Pacific. Oregon: its history, condition and prospects: containing a description of the geography, climate and productions, with. Full text of "Life on the plains of the Pacific" See other formats.
Life on the Plains of the Pacific. Oregon: Its History, Condition and Prospects: Containing a Item PreviewPages: Women's duties in the tribe centered around the home. They cared for their children. Young children would play with miniature toys that represented life as an adult.
The girls would play with miniature tipis and dolls, and the boys would play with miniature boys. The name of the book is Plains to the Pacific and it was published on February 6, What’s the book about. Give us the “pitch”. The book is based on a life-story manuscript written by Robert Slothower, my great-grandfather.
Robert’s story represents a. A California tramp () describes Kenderdine's adventures in his trip west as a driver on a California wagon train, visits to San Francisco and life as tramp and ranch hand in Sonoma County.
His memoir closes with his return via Panama in The last quarter of the book is a miscellany of Kenderdine's prose and poetry. The Billings Public Library Board has established the High Plains Book Awards to recognize regional literary works which examine and reflect life on the High Plains, including the states of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado and Kansas, and the Canadian provinces of Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
High Plains Press is a regional book publishing company specializing in books about the American West, with special interest in things relating to Wyoming. We publish about four books a year and have been in business since We focus on "Old West" history and Poetry of the American West.
Old West history is what we can sell best. Download RIS citations. TY - BOOK TI - A California tramp and later footprints; or, Life on the plains and in the Golden state thirty years ago, with miscellaneous sketches in prose and verse.
The book is a historical document of the perspectives and attitudes of it's age and author as well as an account of army life during the expeditions of the Indian Wars. Life on the plains and among the diggings by Alonzo Delano; 15 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book, Business, Description and travel, Frontier and pioneer life, Gold discoveries, Indians of North America, Mines and mineral resources, Overland journeys to the Pacific, Real estate development, Travel, Urbanization; Places: California, West (U.S.); People: Alonzo Delano.