South Pass, 1868, James Chisholm's Journal of the Wyoming Gold Rush

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SOUTH PASS, 1868

JAMES CHISHOLM'S JOURNAL OF THE WYOMING GOLD RUSH

Introduced and edited by
LOLA M. HOMSHER
Director, Wyoming State Archives and Historical Department

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA PRESS
LINCOLN · LONDON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Contents vi
  • Part the Story 1
  • The Story Breaks 3
  • The Correspondent 8
  • Cheyenne 15
  • Sweetwater Briefing 37
  • Where Was Jim? 47
  • Reference Notes 53
  • Part the Journal 57
  • Green River to South Pass 59
  • The Gold Fields 73
  • Life at Miner's Delight 89
  • Such Stuff as Books Are Made Of 106
  • Mountain Bill Rhodes 117
  • Wind River Valley 130
  • If I Can Make the Riffle . . ." 140
  • Coronach 162
  • Return to Wind River Valley 172
  • Supplementary Notes 201
  • Bibliography 236
  • List of Original Headings 241
  • Acknowledgments 243
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