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The Year of Decision, 1846
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Dedication v
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Preface xi
  • Calendar for the Year 1846-1847 xiii
  • Invocation xix
  • Chapter 1: - Build Thee More Stately Mansions 3
  • Chapter 2: the Mountain Man 49
  • Chapter 3: Pillar of Cloud 67
  • Chapter 4: Equinox 99
  • Chapter 5: Spring Freshet 113
  • Interlude: Doo-Dah Day 133
  • Chapter 6: Oh Susanna! 137
  • Chapter 7: - "Cain, Where Are Thy Brothers?" 183
  • Interlude: World of Tomorrow 211
  • Chapter 8: Solstice 218
  • Chapter 9: the Image on the Sun 243
  • Chapter 10: Sonorous Metal 272
  • Chapter 11: Continental Divide 293
  • Interlude: Friday, October 16 328
  • Chapter 12: Atomization 330
  • Chapter 13: Trail's End 348
  • Chapter 14: Anabasis in Homespun 376
  • Chapter 15: Down from the Sierra 408
  • Chapter 16: Whether It Be Fat or Lean 431
  • Chapter 17: Bill of Review -- Dismissed 455
  • Notes 485
  • Statement on Bibliography 509
  • Index 513
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