|Statement||By a corps of able contributors ...|
|Contributions||Brodix, Charles R., [from old catalog] pub., Hayden, F. V. 1829-1887.|
|LC Classifications||F595 .G78|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||528|
|LC Control Number||rc 01001564|
The Great West Hardcover – January 1, by Henry Howe (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Henry Howe. XOSNeider American West beginning geographically west of the Mississippi River and ending chronologically at the turn of the last century, approximately with the close of the s: 1. The great West: containing narratives of the most important and interesting events in Western history -- remarkable individual adventures --sketches of frontier life -- descriptions of natural curiosities: to which is appended historical and descriptive sketches of Oregon, New Mexico, Texas. A beautifully written book describing the rise of a great metropolis and its ability to exceed its boosters' wildest dreams. The intrinsic connection between city and country is one of the strongest themes of the book, granting credit to both country and city for the rise of by:
St. Gertrude the Great Roman Catholic Church | Traditional Latin Masses Rialto Road West Chester OH 10, Ways To Die: A Director’s Take on the Spaghetti Western by Alex Cox. Wanted Dead or Alive: The American West in Popular Culture by Richard Aquila. Collections (Fiction and Nonfiction Shorts; Poetry) Clair Huffaker’s Profiles of the American West. Great Ghost Stories of the Old West ed. Betty : Annika Barranti Klein. Neider's big anthology contains over 50 first-hand accounts from dozens of the explorers, marauders, and soldiers of the West in the 19th centurythose names most of us know, like Kit Carson, Custer, Fremont, Crockett, Buffalo Bill, John Sutter, Mark Twain/5(2). This book has something for every history buff. The beginning chapter focuses on the movement beyond the Alleghenies in , initially it was agreed upon by legislators as belonging to Native Americans. Soon however, a greater understanding of how vast the land beyond was, creating a temptation to explore and by: 5.