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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Introduction vii
  • Notes x
  • Contents xiii
  • Illustrations xiv
  • Maps xvi
  • 1 - In the Beginning 1
  • 2 - Yankee Ingenuity 11
  • 3 - Dawn of the Golden Era 29
  • 4 - Stagecoach Center of the World 45
  • 5 - On the Santa Fe Trail 59
  • 6 - Aaron Brown and the Overland Mail 68
  • 7 - Stage Lines Through the Deserts 82
  • 8 - The Butterfield Overland Line 97
  • 9 - First Overland Stage Journey 110
  • 10 - An Unbeatable Adversary 125
  • 11 - Stagecoach Moguls in the Making 137
  • 12 - Pike's Peak or Bust 154
  • 13 - Silent Partners in High Places 165
  • 14 - Pony Express and the Bond Scandal 180
  • 15 - Wells Fargo in the Driver's Seat 197
  • 16 - Big Ben Holladay Makes a Grab 206
  • 17 - Roughshod Master and Crew 216
  • 18 - Rise of the Stagecoach King 232
  • 19 - "May the Lord Have Mercy upon Them" 247
  • 20 - Aftermath of Massacre 267
  • 21 - Climax and Death Knell 280
  • 22 - Where There's Gold the Wheels Still Roll 296
  • 23 - Twilight of the Golden Era 309
  • Bibliography 323
  • Index 335
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