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Early days on the western slope of Colorado and campfire chats with Otto Mears, the pathfinder, from 1870 to 1883, inclusive.

Author: Sidney Jocknick
Publisher: Denver, Colo., Carson-Harper Co., 1913.
Series: Western Americana, frontier history of the trans-Mississippi West, 1550-1900, reel 289, no. 2887.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Jocknick, Sidney, 1849-1930.
Early days on the western slope of Colorado.
Denver, Colo. : Carson-Harper Co., 1913
(OCoLC)729124891
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sidney Jocknick
OCLC Number: 15142651
Reproduction Notes: Microfilm. New Haven, Conn., Research Publications, 1975. 1 reel. 35 mm. (Western Americana, Reel 289, no. 2887).
Description: 384 pages frontispiece, plates, portraits, map 21 cm
Contents: Early days on the Western Slope of Colorado --
Employed by the government --
Becomes an all-round sport and bronco buster --
Starving prospectors --
Alfred Packer; departure of our guests --
Removal of the agency to the Uncompahgre River --
Names of "Bronchos"; Otto Mears "Jugs" a Mexican --
Bad men among the Utes and Chief Ouray's summary method of disposing of them --
Thanksgiving day and the first grave on the Uncompahgre --
True Western conditions; evolution of an Indian scare --
Mossbacks posed as the Fathers of Ouray, but got lost in the shuffle --
The golden San Juan --
Bad roads to travel in 1877 and 1878 --
Fort Crawford becomes a regimental post --
1879 The Meeker Massacre --
Third treaty with the Utes; demanded by the people of Colorado as an atonement for the Meeker Massacre --
Congress ratifies the treaty and General Mac-Kenzie removes the Utes --
Ouray's last trip to Washington --
Otto Mears, the pathfinder of the San Juan --
Gold city and Rico --
George Howard a smooth highwayman.
Series Title: Western Americana, frontier history of the trans-Mississippi West, 1550-1900, reel 289, no. 2887.
Responsibility: By Sidney Jocknick.

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