Book/Printed MaterialOur new states and territories, being notes of a recent tour of observation through Colorado, Utah, ... Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. images not viewed; td12 2010-08-24
- Contributor: Richardson, Albert D. (Albert Deane)
- Date: 1866
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Book/Printed MaterialBeyond the Rockies; a spring journey in California, Charles Augustus Stoddard (1833-1920), a Presbyterian clergyman, was the editor of the New York Observer, 1885-1902. Beyond the Rockies (1894) recounts his train trip to California with his wife in early 1893....
- Contributor: Stoddard, Charles Augustus
- Date: 1894
Book/Printed MaterialIncidents of a trip through the great Platte Valley, to the Rocky Mountains and Laramie Plains, ... Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. images not viewed; td12 2010-08-24
- Contributor: Seymour, Silas
- Date: 1867
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Book/Printed MaterialThe West: from the census of 1880, a history of the industrial , commercial, social, and ... Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. images not viewed; td12 2010-08-24
- Contributor: Gannett, Henry - Jones, William P. (William Patterson) - Porter, Robert P. (Robert Percival)
- Date: 1882
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Book/Printed MaterialNotes of two trips to California and return, taken in 1883 and 1886-7, Solomon Mead (1808-1897) of Greenwich, Connecticut, first visited California in 1883 as part of a Cook's railroad tour, the "Continental Excursion Party," and he returned with one of his sons in 1886...
- Contributor: Mead, Solomon
- Date: 1890
Book/Printed MaterialAn excursion to California over the prairie, Rocky mountains, and great Sierra Nevada. With a stroll ... Englishman William Redmond Kelly (1791-1855) visited California in 1849 and 1850, and his account of that trip was widely read. An excursion to California (1851) is the two-volume account of Kelly's trip...
- Contributor: Kelly, William
- Date: 1851
Book/Printed MaterialRoughing it. Samuel Langhorne Clemens (1835-1910), better known as "Mark Twain," left Missouri in 1861 to work with his brother, the newly appointed Secretary of the Nevada Territory. Once settled in Nevada, Clemens fell...
- Contributor: Twain, Mark
- Date: 1891