Beyond the Mississippi: From the Great River to the Great Ocean: Life and Adventure on the Prairies, Mountains and Pacific Coast ... 1857-1867

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BEYOND THE MISSISSIPPI: FROM THE GREAT RIVER TO THE GREAT OCEAN. LIFE AND ADVENTURE ON THE PRAIRIES, MOUNTAINS, AND PACIFIC COAST.

WITH MORE THAN TWO HUNDRED ILLUSTRATIONS, FROM PHOTOGRAPHS AND ORIGINAL SKETCHES, OF THE PRAIRIES, DESERTS, MOUNTAINS, RIVERS, MINES, CITIES, INDIAN, TRAPPERS, PIONEERS, AND GREAT NATURAL CURIOSITIES OF THE NEW STATES AND TERRITORIES.

NEW EDITION. WRITTEN DOWN TO SUMMER OF 1869.

BY ALBERT D. RICHARDSON, AUTHOR OF 'FIELD, DUNGEON AND ESCAPE,' AND 'PERSONAL HISTORY OF ULYSSES S. GRANT.'

NINETY-FIRST THOUSAND. (Issued by subscription, and not for sale in the book-stores. Residents of any State in the Union desiring a copy should address the Publishers, and an agent will call upon them.)

HARTFORD, CONN., AMERICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. R. W. BLISS & CO, NEWARK, N. J. AND TOLEDO, OHIO. F. G. GILMAN. & COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL. NETTLETON & CO., CINCINNATI, O. II. II. BANCROFT & COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Prepatory. i
  • Illustrations iii
  • Contents ix
  • Beyond the Mississippi. 17
  • Chapter II 29
  • Chapter III 39
  • Chapter IV 53
  • Chapter V 64
  • Chapter VI 77
  • Chapter VII 89
  • Chapter VIII 99
  • Chapter IX 109
  • Chapter X 120
  • Chapter XI 131
  • Chapter XII 146
  • Chapter XIII 157
  • Chapter XIV 169
  • Chapter XV 179
  • Chapter XVI 193
  • Chapter XVII 204
  • Chapter XVIII 215
  • Chapter XIX 225
  • Chapter XX 235
  • Chapter XXI 245
  • Chapter XXII 256
  • Chapter XXIII 269
  • Chapter XXIV 281
  • Chapter XXV 294
  • Chapter XXVI 303
  • Chapter XXVII 313
  • Chapter XXVIII 327
  • Chapter XXIX 338
  • Chapter XXX 351
  • Chapter XXXI 366
  • Chapter XXXII 379
  • Chapter XXXIII 393
  • Chapter XXXIV 407
  • Chapter XXXV 420
  • Chapter XXXVI 436
  • Chapter XXXVII 447
  • Chapter XXXVIII 461
  • Chapter XXXIX 475
  • Chapter XL 490
  • Chapter XLI 504
  • Chapter XLII 518
  • Chapter XLIII 527
  • Chapter XLIV 537
  • Chapter XLV 548
  • Chapter XLVI 562
  • Chapter XLVII 572
  • Chapter XLVIII 582
  • Chapter XLIX 597
  • Alphabetical Index. 613
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