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What I saw on the old Santa Fe trail; a condensed story of frontier life half a century ago,

Author: James Alexander Little
Publisher: Plainfield, Ind., The Friends Press [1904]
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Little, James A.
What I saw on the old Santa Fe trail.
Plainfield, Ind., The Friends Press [1904]
(OCoLC)682481559
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: James Alexander Little
OCLC Number: 2619308
Description: 127 pages frontispiece portrait 20 cm
Contents: A statement / James A. Little --
The Old Santa Fe Trail / Richard Burton --
The days before the [Civil] War --
First introduction to human slavery in Missouri --
Toward the old Trail --
Mr. Little had more experience with slavery --
Starting on the Trail --
Experience in selecting oxen for the wagons --
Toward the South-west --
Peace made --
The old Trail --
To the South-west --
The train meets Indians --
Millions of buffalo --
Into the desert --
Hard times on the trail --
The blessings of water --
Nature's secrets --
Bones of men and animals along the trail --
The Trail in the desert --
Wolves and wild horses vary the monotony --
At Albuquerque --
The sugar passes inspection --
Spanish waltzing --
Homeward bound --
An affair of honor settled --
Cattle lost --
The buffalo country reached --
Fresh water found --
Sport with the buffalo renewed --
Hunting buffalo, the great sport of the western country --
Small-pox [Smallpox] breaks out --
Mr. Little deserts the train and travels alone --
A dash from the Indians --
When a lone trader found and food secured --
Getting back to civilization --
The Kaw Agency and the Quaker Mission reached --
The Kansas trouble --
The first assault ever made --
Border ruffians --
Beginning of the Civil War --
Gets his money --
Ten dollars bonus for driving without swearing --
Life at the Mission --
Amusing incidents with the Indians --
Quaker Mission family --
A visit to Shotos [Choteaus] --
An effort to civilize Indian girls --
Indians receive land and money --
Dr. Barker superintendent of Baptist Mission --
Indian camp meeting --
Indian twins --
Emigrants Aid Society --
Contest between the North and South begins --
Changing the name of town [Wakarusa, Lawrence] --
Richard Mendenhall, a Quaker hero --
L. X. Aubra [Aubray], a great character --
Old John Brown --
James Lane.
Responsibility: by James A. Little.

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