|提及的人：||William Lewis Manly; William Lewis Manly|
William Lewis Manly; Milo Milton Quaife
|描述：||xxiii, 307 pages : illustrations, 1 folded map ; 18 cm.|
|内容：||Historical introduction --
Boyhood in Vermont --
Migration to Michigan --
The new home --
A journey to pioneer Wisconsin --
A trapping expedition --
Across the plains --
Down Green River --
Into Death Valley --
Out of Death Valley --
From famine to abundance.
|叢書名：||Lakeside classics, v. 25.|
|責任：||by William L. Manly ; edited by Milo Milton Quaife.|
The autobiography told mostly of his early life and travels. The book is known mostly for the late chapters which recounted the Bennett-Arcan Emigrant party as they tried to reach California in December 1849. They realized that the snow would stop them in the northern Sierra Nevada and tried a southern route. They crossed the Amargosa Range into Death Valley and camped at the Panamint Range. Without supplies and out of food, the party sent out two men, William Manley (1820-1903) and John Haney Rogers (1822-1906), to seek rescue. Manly and Rogers reached Rancho San Francisco near Tejon Pass. They returned to Death Valley in a one month, 500 mile round trip. Manly and Rogers guided the emigrant party to Los Angeles.
- Manly, William Lewis, -- 1820-1903.
- Death Valley (Calif. and Nev.) -- Description and travel.
- California -- Gold discoveries.
- Overland journeys to the Pacific.
- Pioneers -- West (U.S.) -- Biography.
- Manly, William Lewis, -- 1820-1903
- Gold mines and mining.
- United States -- Death Valley.
- United States, West.