3 edition of The overland mail 1849-1869 found in the catalog.
The overland mail 1849-1869
Le Roy Reuben Hafen
Microfilm. New Haven, Conn. : Research Publications, 1975. -- 1 reel ; 35 mm. -- (Western Americana : frontier history of the Trans-Mississippi West, 1550-1900 ; reel 231, no. 2359)
|Series||Western Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 231, no. 2359.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||361|
1 Le Roy R. Hafen, The Overland Mail, Promoter of Settlements, Precursor of Railroads, Reprint of Edition (New York: AMS Press, Inc., ), 2 Carl H. Scheele, A Short History of the Mail Service (City of Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, ), In California, the population grew from an estimated , after the gold rush to , in The Overland Mail, Promoter of Settlement Precursor of Railroads. Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark Company, First Edition. pp. Octavo [ cm] Red cloth with the title and rules gilt stamped on the backstrip. Gilt top edge. Near fine. Fold-out map present.
In the Name of the Empress, the Overland Mail. From aloe to rose-oak, from rose-oak to fir, From level to upland, from upland to crest, From rice-field to rock-ridge, from rock-ridge to spur, Fly the soft sandalled feet, strains the brawny brown chest. From rail to ravine—to the peak from the vale— Up, up through the night goes the Overland. The Overland Mail, Promoter of Settlement Precursor of Railroads by Leroy R Hafen, David Dary (Foreword by) starting at $ The Overland Mail, Promoter of Settlement Precursor of Railroads has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.
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The Overland Mail, Promoter of Settlement, Precursor of Railroads. The Overland Mail, Promoter of Settlement, Precursor of Railroads Request an Image. first edition. – By LeRoy R. Hafen, Edited by David Dary. $ The Overland Mail was the first scholarly work to examine the impact of the postal service on the expansion of the West as the service evolved from a private endeavor to a government-contracted business.
Kipling pays tribute to the sturdy men who carried the mail on foot in remote places, braving the dangers from terrain, weather and animals. The poem has an echo of the cantering rhythm of the later song of the Cavalry Horses in "Parade Song of the Camp Animals", written eight years later for The Jungle Book.
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Get this from a library. The overland mail [LeRoy R Hafen]. Book measures /2" x /2" with pages including index. among the many topics (see photo of contents) are these: the establishment of the U.S. Post Office; the Ocean Mail to the Pacific; Pioneer monthly mail to the inter-mountain region; the Butterfield Overland Mail; the postal service under reform and/or conflict; mail service to Pike's.
The overland mail promoter of settlement, precursor of railroads, (Cleveland, The A. Clark company, ), by Le Roy Reuben Hefan (page images at HathiTrust) The American postal service, history of the postal service from the earliest times, (Washington, D.C. [National capital press, inc., c]), by Louis Melius (page images at.
The overland mail, promoter of settlement precursor of railroads. [LeRoy R Hafen] -- In the development of the American West, no two decades were so full of romance and change as the years from the California gold rush of to the completion of the first transcontinental railroad.
Another steamship collected the mail on the Pacific side and headed north. The first U.S. Mail traveled to California by steamship, via the Isthmus of Panama, in The ocean routes via Panama remained a vital link in the nation’s mail system until the completion of the transcontinental railroad in THE OVERLAND MAIL Promoter of Settlement.
Precursor of Railroads. Hafen, Leroy R. Cleveland, OH: Arthur H. Clark Company, First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo (8vo). Very good+ condition. Item # pages of text including a bibliography and an index. Original hardcover binding with minimal shelfwear. This is the classic firsthand account by Waterman L.
Ormsby, a reporter who in crossed the western states as the sole through passenger of the Butterfield Overland Mail stage on its first trip from St.
Louis to San Francisco. Ormsbys reports, which soon appeared in the New York Herald. Cite this Record. Overland Mail LeRoy R. Hafen. Cleveland, OH: Arthur H. Clark Company. (tDAR id: ).“The Texas Frontier and the Butterfield Overland Mail, – may well be the most fascinating and intelligently written book I have read in decades.
Glen Sample Ely offers us an exhaustively researched, compelling story, sumptuously illustrated throughout.The Overland Mail Promoter of Settlements, Precursor of Railroad, (Cleveland, Ohio: Arthur H.
Clark Company, ). Lake, Stuart N., “Birch’s Overland Mail in San Diego County,” The Journal of San Diego History, AprilVolume 3, Number 2.