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Over the Santa Fé Trail, 1857

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Published by F. Hudson in Kansas City, Mo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Description and travel

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    Other titlesOn the Santa Fé Trail, 1857
    Statementby W.B. Napton
    SeriesWestern Americana -- WA04024, Western Americana -- WA04024.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination99 p. :
    Number of Pages99
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26428550M
    OCLC/WorldCa2209003

    The Santa Fe Trail History Over the Santa Fé Trail told in a series of facts providing a simple method of relating the growth of trade along the 'Santa Fe Trail'. Wickliffe commanded the caravan, which was escorted by officers and men with five supply wagons, one piece of field artillery, and one ammunition wagon. In there was a celebration of Yom Kippur at the home of Levi Spiegelberg, another Jewish merchant, who had recently married a Jewish woman from Germany. The petition to open this road was signed by Brown Corby along with several others. The situation was so bad that in Franklin farmers could not sell their produce locally.

    A third Over the Santa Fé Trail, James Leon Seligman, was born on August 11,and then another daughter, Minnie, was born on October 31, But that trade was illegal. Bernard is also listed in in the Philadelphia directory. The Spanish were jealous of their lands in the New World and closely guarded Spanish territory. Officials in this provincial capital did not detain them or throw them in jail as they should have. This event made the trading open for the residents of Santa Fe and territories in the Northern Central American region.

    But that trade was illegal. Seligman and Over the Santa Fé Trail. As early as A. Russell traversed the Santa Fe Trail five times, beginning in when she traveled as a child with her mother and brother. Their aim was to persuade the people of Santa Fe and New Mexico to relinquish control over the territory under dispute with Mexico, and over the associated Santa Fe Trail commerce. Caravans carrying food supplies and manufactured goods found a convenient way to the trail.


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Over the Santa Fé Trail, 1857 by Napton, William Barclay Download PDF Ebook

Already a member? The s actually witnessed the first crossing of the trail Over the Santa Fé Trail a female American citizen. Russell traversed the Santa Fe Trail five times, beginning in when she traveled as a child with her mother and brother. There perhaps was pride, power and wealth, carried to its utter limit, for here tis said the great Montezuma once lived, though tis probably a false tradition.

Following this battle, Snively's force was reduced to little over men due to resignations. At one stage Randolph Scott was mentioned for the lead. Another Hispanic woman, among the first women Over the Santa Fé Trail travel the trail, may well have been Santa Fe native Carmel Benevides, the common-law wife of Antoine Robidoux, a voyageur, fur trader, Santa Fe merchant, and magistrate.

It Over the Santa Fé Trail them almost two and a half long, cold, worrisome months to reach New Mexico, knowing that everyone else who had previously come to trade in New Mexico did not fare well. In there was a celebration of Yom Kippur at the home of Levi Spiegelberg, another Jewish merchant, who had recently married a Jewish woman from Germany.

August 31st This road was needed to help promote the platted town of Waldeck now a ghost town just across the road to our northwest. On the record for the passenger manifest it says that his occupation was a merchant.

The reverse trading during the first decade was vital to the isolated Northwest regions that include Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, and Montana. Our east road designated Road No. The event received wide spread publicity. And in the young United States of the early s, fascination with the Southwest held strong.

Not until did the French, attempting to reach Santa Fe from the east come upon the same area. In February, Colonel Jacob Snively had received a commission to intercept Mexican caravans along the Santa Fe Trail, similar to the commission received by Warfield the year prior.

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