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Omaha, The Prairie City

By: William R. Lighton

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: OMAHA, THE PRAIRIE CITY Author: WILLIAM R. LIGHTON Language: English Sub... ...Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: OMAHA, THE PRAIRIE CITY Author: WILLIAM R. LIGHTON Language: English Subject: F... ...... ...as, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educator... ...... .............................................................................1 Omaha, the Prairie City i Omaha, the Prairie City William R. Lighton Thi... ...dians, and the only right the whites enjoyed was to pass peacefully over the trail that led up the valley of the Platte. But Iowa had been ceded to ci... ...Omaha. After a little time Kanesville became the metropolis of the Salt Lake trail, and attracted to itself a great host of adventurers of all sorts, ... ...ith the world save as wagon trains or horsemen came straggling over the Iowa trails, or as the half−tramp boats struggled up the uncertain river from ...

...Excerpt: THUS wrote Peter Pindar; and Dr. Holmes, in kindred mood, said that ?fifty years make everything hopelessly old?fashioned, without giving it the charm of real antiquity. There are too many talkative old people who remember all about that time; and at best half a century is a half?baked bit of ware.?...

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Omaha, Nebraska

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... City City of Omaha View of Do... ... View of Downtown Omaha from Heartland of America Park ... ... Nickname(s): Gateway to the West[1] Motto: Fortiter ... ... Omaha, Nebraska ... ... Location in the United States Coordinate... ... www.cityofomaha.org Omaha is the largest city in the state of Nebraska, United States, and is the county... ...as a thriving running community and many miles of paved running and biking trails throughout the city and surrounding communities. The Omaha Marathon ... ...ants of this system.[213] Omaha boasts more than 80 miles (129 km) of trails for pedestrians, bicyclists and hikers.[214] They include the Americ... ...destrians, bicyclists and hikers.[214] They include the American Discovery Trail, which traverses the entire United States, and the Lewis and Clark Na...

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Omaha, The Prairie City

By: William R. Lighton

... OMAHA by WILLIAM R. LIGHTON Omaha, the Prairie City William R. Lighton Copyright © 2002 All Rights Re... ...OMAHA by WILLIAM R. LIGHTON Omaha, the Prairie City William R. Lighton Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved ... ...c Access Collection. http://worldLibrary.net - This eBook was obtained from the World eBook Library Consortia enhanced PDF eBook Collection. Membersh... ...e World eBook Library Consortia enhanced PDF eBook Collection. Membership to the World eBook Library Consortia is only $8.95 per year. Your $8.95 help... ...memory thrust forward those sayings at the moment of starting to write about Omaha, which is a half-century town. But memory furnished also a remedy f... ...Man that is young in Yeares, may be Old in Houres, if he have lost no Time." Omaha has lost no time. In the first part of the year 1854 there was not ... ...ians, and the only right the whites enjoyed was to pass peacefully over the trail that led up the valley of the Platte. But Iowa had been ceded to ci... ...Omaha. After a little time Kanesville became the metropolis of the Salt Lake trail, and attracted to itself a great host of adventurers of all sorts, ... ...ith the world save as wagon trains or horsemen came straggling over the Iowa trails, or as the half-tramp boats struggled up the uncertain river from ...

...THUS wrote Peter Pindar; and Dr. Holmes, in kindred mood, said that fifty years make everything hopelessly old-fashioned, without giving it the charm of real antiquity. There are too many talkative old people who remember all about that time; and at best half a century is a half-baked bit of ware. It was a little chilling to have memory thrust forward those sayin...

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Somerset Park (Omaha, Nebraska)

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Omaha Legends and Tent Stories

By: Susette la Flesche

...Literature Collection World Public Library.org TENT STORIES Title: OMAHA LEGENDS AND TENT STORIES Author: SUSETTE LA FLESCHE Language: English... ...... ..., and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators ... ...erve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as well a... ...... ...sette (Bright Eyes) Bibliography: La Flesche, Susette (Bright Eyes). Omaha Legends and Tent Stories. Wide Awake June 1883: 21-5. Prof... ...nts were all gone, and not a human being was in sight. They saw the broad trail which led to the water, and the girl said to her brother: "Let us fo... ...h led to the water, and the girl said to her brother: "Let us follow this trail to the water--perhaps the old woman has not crossed yet, and we may ...

...Excerpt: To the readers of Wide Awake: These legends, a few of which I have translated, are nearly the same in every tribe--a little varied, it is true--but substantially the same, which shows, I think, that they are of common origin. Th...

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Omaha Symphony Orchestra

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... orchestra performing more than 200 concerts and presentations annually in Omaha, Nebraska and throughout the orchestra's home region. The orchestra w... ... 200 concerts and presentations annually in Omaha, Nebraska and throughout the orchestra's home region. The orchestra was established in 1921. It is c... ...is considered a major American orchestra, classified under "Group 2" among the League of American Orchestras, which ranks symphony orchestras by annua... ...Orchestras, which ranks symphony orchestras by annual budget, with Group 1 the largest and Group 8 the smallest. Its annual budget in 2012 was approxi... ... Its music director since 2005 is Thomas Wilkins. Wilkins lives in Omaha. He also is principal guest conductor of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra... ...n Globe named him among the "Best People and Ideas of 2011."[6] Before his Omaha post, Wilkins was resident conductor of the Detroit Symphony Orchestr... ...he world premiere of the Grammy award-winning composer Michael Daugherty's Trail of Tears Flute Concerto. Flautist Amy Porter performed the work with ... ... ^ http://www.boosey.com/cr/music/Michael-Daugherty-Trail-of-Tears/53561 ^ http://www.allthingss... ...he world premiere of the Grammy award-winning composer Michael Daugherty's Trail of Tears Flute Concerto. Flautist Amy Porter performed the work with ...

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The Great Salt Trail

By: Henry Inman

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE GREAT SALT TRAIL Author: HENRY INMAN Language: English Subject: Fict... ...Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE GREAT SALT TRAIL Author: HENRY INMAN Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature... ...... ...as, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educator... ...... .............................................102 CHAPTER X. SCENERY ON THE TRAIL. ..................................................................... ...ce above Papillion Creek. On the 10th of May they reached the village of the Omahas, camped in its immediate neighbourhood, and on the 15th of the sam... ... hundred warriors during the fight. In January, 1867, Mr. J. F. Coad, now of Omaha, had a contract with the United States army to supply all the gover... ...e mountains, accomplished his mission, and in the spring of 1861 returned to Omaha to commence the great work. The United States, meanwhile, had grant...

...Preface: There are seven historic trails crossing the great plains of the interior of the continent, all of which for a portion of their distance traverse the geographical limits of what is now the prosperous commonwealth of Kansas....

...Table of Contents: The Great Salt Trail, 1 -- Colonel Henry Inman, 1 -- Preface, 1 -- Chapter I. EXPLORING EXPEDITIONS, 2 -- Chapter II. THE OLD TRAPPERS, 15 -- Chapter III. JIM BECKWOURTH, 27 -- Chapter IV. CAPTAIN SUBLETTE'S EXPEDITION, 39 --...

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Mormon Bridge (Omaha)

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... Mormon Bridge from Omaha, Nebraska going into Iowa. The original bridge is the east bound brid... ... Mormon Bridge from Omaha, Nebraska going into Iowa. The original bridge is the east bound bridge on the right. ... ... The Mormon Bridge are two cantilever bridges that cross the Missouri River ... ... the Missouri River connecting Pottawattamie County, Iowa with Florence in the north end of Omaha, Nebraska via Interstate 680 (Iowa-Nebraska). ... ...er connecting Pottawattamie County, Iowa with Florence in the north end of Omaha, Nebraska via Interstate 680 (Iowa-Nebraska). ... ...ed Iowa Highway 988. It was originally a toll bridge operated by the North Omaha Bridge Commission with $3,450,000 in bonds. It was officially called ... ...e it has been called the Mormon Bridge and got its name because the Mormon Trail passed nearby. Spencer W. Kimball, President of The Church of Jesus C... ...e it has been called the Mormon Bridge and got its name because the Mormon Trail passed nearby. Spencer W. Kimball, President of The Church of Jesus C...

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The Great Salt Trail

By: Henry Inman

...THE GREAT SALT TRAIL by HENRY INMAN The Great Salt Trail Colonel Henry Inman Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserv... ...LT TRAIL by HENRY INMAN The Great Salt Trail Colonel Henry Inman Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved World Wide. ... ... Library, Public Access Collection. http://worldLibrary.net - To download the PDF version of this document become a member of the World eBook Library... ...a member of the World eBook Library Consortia and gain unlimited access to the enhanced PDF eBook Collection. Membership to the World eBook Library Co... ... CHAPTER IX. THE STAGE ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC. • CHAPTER X. SCENERY ON THE TRAIL. • CHAPTER XI. INDIAN TRIBES ON THE TRAIL. • CHAPTER XII. SIOUX A... ...OOTNOTES. This eBook was produced by Michael Overton. THE GREAT SALT LAKE TRAIL By COLONEL HENRY INMAN Late Assistant Quartermaster, United States ... ... above Papillion Creek. On the 10th of May they reached the village of the Omahas, camped in its immediate neighbourhood, and on the 15th of the same ... ...ndred warriors during the fight. In January, 1867, Mr. J. F. Coad, now of Omaha, had a contract with the United States army to supply all the governm... ...mountains, accomplished his mission, and in the spring of 1861 returned to Omaha to commence the great work. The United States, meanwhile, had granted...

...PREFACE: There are seven historic trails crossing the great plains of the interior of the continent, all of which for a portion of their distance traverse the geographical limits of what is now the prosperous commonwealth of Kansas. None of these primitive hi...

...· PREFACE. · CHAPTER I. EXPLORING EXPEDITIONS. · CHAPTER II. THE OLD TRAPPERS. · CHAPTER III. JIM BECKWOURTH. · CHAPTER IV. CAPTAIN SUBLETTE'S EXPEDITION. · CHAPTER V. TRADING-POSTS AND THEIR STORIES. · CHAPTER VI. THE MORMONS. · CHAPTER VII. MOUNTAIN MEADOWS MASSACRE. · CHAPTER VIII. ...

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MoPac Trail

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...The MoPac Trail is a rail trail in Nebraska. It is a bicycling, equestrian and walking trail built on... ... History 1 Trail guide 2 See also 3 ... ... History MoPac Trail East, east of S. 84th Street in Lincoln. ... ...t, east of S. 84th Street in Lincoln. The corridor that is now the MoPac Trail was part of the Missouri Pacific R... ...or that is now the MoPac Trail was part of the Missouri Pacific Railroad's Omaha Belt Line until 1984. The 4-mile (6.4 km) portion of the MoPac T... ...il was part of the Missouri Pacific Railroad's Omaha Belt Line until 1984. The 4-mile (6.4 km) portion of the MoPac Trail within the Lincoln city... ...portion of the MoPac Trail within the Lincoln city limits was purchased by the city in 1989. Two years later, an additional 22 miles (35 km) of f... ...east, the MoPac will be connected with a trail extending south and west of Omaha. This planned extension will cross over the Platte River near South B... ...stone. See also Trails in Omaha External links ...

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The Great Salt Lake Trail

By: Henry Inman

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE GREAT SALT LAKE TRAIL Author: COLONEL HENRY INMAN Language: English Su... ...ure Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE GREAT SALT LAKE TRAIL Author: COLONEL HENRY INMAN Language: English Subject: Fiction, Lite... ...... ..., and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators ... ...... ... Character set encoding: UTF8 THE GREAT SALT LAKE TRAIL This eBook was produced by Michael Overton. TH... ...bove Papillion Creek. On the 10th of May they reached the village of the Omahas, camped in its immediate neighbourhood, and on the 15th of the same... ...red warriors during the fight. In January, 1867, Mr. J. F. Coad, now of Omaha, had a contract with the United States army to supply all the govern... ...ountains, accomplished his mission, and in the spring of 1861 returned to Omaha to commence the great work. The United States, meanwhile, had grant...

...Preface: There are seven historic trails crossing the great plains of the interior of the continent, all of which for a portion of their distance traverse the geographical limits of what is now the prosperous commonwealth of Kansas. None of these primitive hi...

...CONTENTS. CHAPTER I. EXPLORING EXPEDITIONS. Proposed Exploring Expedition across the Northern Part of the Continent in 1774?Sir Alexander Mackenzie's Expedition?The Expedition of Lewis and Clarke?Hunt's Tour in 1810?March of Robert Stuart eastwardly. CHAPTER II. THE OLD TRAPPERS. Captain Ezekiel Williams'...

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Military Road (Omaha)

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... Location Omaha, Nebraska Coordinates ... ... Military Road is a central thoroughfare located in Omaha, Nebraska. A segment of the road located at the junction of West 82nd... ...ry Road is a central thoroughfare located in Omaha, Nebraska. A segment of the road located at the junction of West 82nd and Fort Streets[2] was liste... ...oad located at the junction of West 82nd and Fort Streets[2] was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1993.[3] Today Military Road, w... ... History Originally part of the Overland Trail, Military Road was laid out from Downtown Omaha westward... ... History Originally part of the Overland Trail, Military Road was laid out from Downtown Omaha westward through the ... ...nally part of the Overland Trail, Military Road was laid out from Downtown Omaha westward through the town of Benson and past in 1857 by Captain Edwar... ... History Originally part of the Overland Trail, Military Road was laid out from Downtown Omaha westward through the ...

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The Great Salt Lake Trail

By: Henry Inman

...INMAN Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org LAKE TRAIL Title: THE GREAT SALT LAKE TRAIL Author: HENRY INMAN Language: E... ...c Literature Collection World Public Library.org LAKE TRAIL Title: THE GREAT SALT LAKE TRAIL Author: HENRY INMAN Language: English Subject: F... ...... ..., and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators ... ...... ...ted: August 14, 2002] THE GREAT SALT LAKE TRAIL This eBook was produced by Michael Overton. THE GR... ...bove Papillion Creek. On the 10th of May they reached the village of the Omahas, camped in its immediate neighbourhood, and on the 15th of the same... ...red warriors during the fight. In January, 1867, Mr. J. F. Coad, now of Omaha, had a contract with the United States army to supply all the govern... ...ountains, accomplished his mission, and in the spring of 1861 returned to Omaha to commence the great work. The United States, meanwhile, had gran...

...Preface: There are seven historic trails crossing the great plains of the interior of the continent, all of which for a portion of their distance traverse the geographical limits of what is now the prosperous commonwealth of Kansas....

...CONTENTS. CHAPTER I. EXPLORING EXPEDITIONS. Proposed Exploring Expedition across the Northern Part of the Continent in 1774--Sir Alexander Mackenzie's Expedition--The Expedition of Lewis and Clarke--Hunt's Tour in 1810--March of Robert Stuart eastwardly. CHAPTER II. THE OLD TRAPPERS. Captain Ezekiel Willi...

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Tourism in Omaha

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...ts, nature and cultural experiences. Its principal tourist attractions are the Henry Doorly Zoo and the College World Series (CWS). A 2003 study b... ... (CWS). A 2003 study by a Creighton University economist estimated that the CWS added $33.8 million to the city's economy that year.Thompson, J. (2... ...added $33.8 million to the city's economy that year.Thompson, J. (2007), Omaha World-Herald . October 15. Retrieved 5/2/08. With 1.1 million visito... ...erald . October 15. Retrieved 5/2/08. With 1.1 million visitors annually, the Henry Doorly Zoo is Nebraska's most popular tourist attraction., NET: N... ...traction., NET: Nebraska's NPR and PBS stations. Retrieved 5/2/08. In 2007 Omaha hosted the USA Roller Sports National Championships, Patterson, M. ... ...ted the USA Roller Sports National Championships, Patterson, M. (2007), Omaha World-Herald . July 17. Retrieved 5/2/08. along with 10, 000 people w... ...t, where many of the important outposts and settlements along with Oregon Trail west of Omaha were outfitted. 60, 000 to 80, 000 tourists visit the... ...st of Omaha were outfitted. 60, 000 to 80, 000 tourists visit the Mormon Trail Center and the Mormon Pioneer Cemetery in the Florence neighborho... ...s, Joslyn Castle, Lewis and Clark Landing, Malcolm X Birthsite, Mormon Trail Center at Historic Winter Quarters, Nebraska Jewish Historical Socie...

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The U.P. Trail

By: Zane Grey

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE U.P. TRAIL Author: ZANE GREY Language: English Subject: Fiction, Lit... ...assic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE U.P. TRAIL Author: ZANE GREY Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature ... ...... ...as, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educator... ...... ..................................................................235 The U.P. Trail i The U.P. Trail Zane Grey This page copyright © 2002 Blackmask On... ... back along the line. You know ground has been broken and rails laid west of Omaha. The work's begun. I hear that Omaha is a beehive. Thousands of idl... ... finer? Romance, boy. The little waif of the caravan you'll send her back to Omaha to school; she'll grow into a beautiful woman! She'll have a host o... ...bout her?" The U.P. Trail 7 35 "Shall I leave her here or send her back to Omaha with the first caravan, or let her go to Fort Fetterman with the tr...

...Excerpt: In the early sixties a trail led from the broad Missouri, swirling yellow and turgid between its green?groved borders, for miles and miles out upon the grassy Nebraska plains, turning westward over the undulating prairie, with i...

...Table of Contents: The U.P. Trail, 1 -- Zane Grey, 1 -- 1, 2 -- 2, 2 -- 3, 3 -- 4, 10 -- 5, 19 -- 6, 27 -- 7, 35 -- 8, 42 -- 9, 49 -- 10, 62 -- 11, 73 -- 12, 74 -- 13, 81 -- 14, 86 -- 15, 92 -- 16, 105 -- 17, 115 -- 18, 123 -- 19, 130 -- 20, 13...

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Montana Trail

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...t served gold rush towns such as Bannack, Virginia City and later Helena, Montana during the Montana gold rush era of the 1860s and 1870s. Miners and ... ...ring the Montana gold rush era of the 1860s and 1870s. Miners and settlers all travelled the trail to try to find better lives in Montana. The trail w... ... the Montana gold rush era of the 1860s and 1870s. Miners and settlers all travelled the trail to try to find better lives in Montana. The trail was a... ...g supplies and food goods to Montana from Utah. Bandits and Native Americans, as well as the weather, were major risks to travelling on the Montana Tr... ... Native Americans, as well as the weather, were major risks to travelling on the Montana Trail. M... ...e Montana Trail. Map of the Montana Trail ... ... first or second class in the trains all the way to Montana were told to buy a ticket to Omaha or Lowell and continue their journey by teamster, or ox...

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The U.P. Trail

By: Zane Grey

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE U.P. TRAIL Author: ZANE GREY Language: English Subject: Fiction, Liter... ...sic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE U.P. TRAIL Author: ZANE GREY Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Pu... ...... ..., and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators ... ...... ...4] [Posted: February 27, 2002] PGCC Collection: The U.P. Trail, by Zane Grey eBook file: uptrl10.htm or uptrl10.pdf Corrected ED... ...ck along the line. You know ground has been broken and rails laid west of Omaha. The work's begun. I hear that Omaha is a beehive. Thousands of idle... ...er? Romance, boy. The little waif of the caravan--you'll send her back to Omaha to school; she'll grow into a beautiful woman! She'll have a host of... ..." "Wal, what about her?" "Shall I leave her here or send her back to Omaha with the first caravan, or let her go to Fort Fetterman with the tro...

...In the early sixties a trail led from the broad Missouri, swirling yellow and turgid between its green-groved borders, for miles and miles out upon the grassy Nebraska plains, turning westward over the undulating prairie, with i...

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Oregon Trail

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...l The route of the Oregon Trail shown on a map of the western United States f... ... The route of the Oregon Trail shown on a map of the western United States from Independence, Missou... ...hown on a map of the western United States from Independence, Missouri (on the eastern end) to Oregon City, Oregon (on the western end) ... ... Map from The Ox Team, or the Old Oregon Trail 1852–1906, by Ezra Meeker ... ... Map from The Ox Team, or the Old Oregon Trail 1852–1906, by Ezra Meeker ... ... National Park Service The Oregon Trail is a 2,200-mile (3,500 km) historic east-west large wheeled wago... ...the telegraph line followed much of the Mormon/California/Oregon trails to Omaha, Nebraska. After the First Transcontinental Railr... ...ting points, including Weston, Fort Leavenworth, Atchison, St. Joseph, and Omaha. The Oregon Trail's nominal termination point was... ... future state of Nebraska at their Winter Quarters near the future city of Omaha, Nebraska. (See: Missouri River settlements (1846–1854))[36] The Morm...

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The U.P. Trail

By: Zane Grey

...THE U.P. TRAIL by ZANE GREY The U.P. Trail Zane Grey Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved World Wide. W... ...THE U.P. TRAIL by ZANE GREY The U.P. Trail Zane Grey Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved World Wide. World eBoo... ...Access Collection. http://worldLibrary.net - This eBook was obtained from the World eBook Library Consortia enhanced PDF eBook Collection. Membership... ...World eBook Library Consortia enhanced PDF eBook Collection. Membership to the World eBook Library Consortia is only $8.95 per year. Your $8.95 helps ... ...S STEVENSON In ACROSS THE PLAINS 1 In the early sixties a trail led from the broad Missouri, swirling yellow and turgid between its g... ...t ran a faint, white, winding line which was the old St. Vrain and Laramie Trail. There came a moment when the wavering in the grass ceased on the ex... ...ack along the line. You know ground has been broken and rails laid west of Omaha. The work's begun. I hear that Omaha is a beehive. Thousands of idle ... ...iner? Romance, boy. The little waif of the caravan—you'll send her back to Omaha to school; she'll grow into a beautiful woman! She'll have a host of ... ...lie." "Wal, what about her?" "Shall I leave her here or send her back to Omaha with the first caravan, or let her go to Fort Fetterman with the troo...

...In the early sixties a trail led from the broad Missouri, swirling yellow and turgid between its green-groved borders, for miles and miles out upon the grassy Nebraska plains, turning westward over the undulating prairie, with i...

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Auto trail

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...system of auto trails was an informal network of marked routes that existed in the United States and Canada in the early part of the 20th century.... ...early part of the 20th century. Marked with colored bands on telephone poles, the trails were intended to help travellers in the early days of the a... ...y part of the 20th century. Marked with colored bands on telephone poles, the trails were intended to help travellers in the early days of the autom... ...were intended to help travellers in the early days of the automobile . Auto trails were usually marked and sometimes maintained by organizations of... ...nd sometimes maintained by organizations of private individuals. Some, such as the Lincoln Highway, maintained by the Lincoln Highway Association, we... ...o the point that anyone with enough paint and the will to do so could set up a trail; trails were not usually linked to road improvements, though coun... ...Cannon Ball Route Chicago, Illinois Hannibal, Missouri Capital Route Omaha, Nebraska Austin, Texas Chicago, Kansas City and Gulf Highw... ... Sioux City, Iowa Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Custer Battlefield Highway Omaha, Nebraska Glacier National Park US 75, US 16, US 116, US 8... ... Missouri Ponca City, Oklahoma White-way 7 Highway Chicago, Illinois Omaha, Nebraska US 32 In Iowa, created from segments of the River to...

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The Paths of Inland Commerce : A Chronicle of Trail, Road, And Waterway

By: Archer Butler Hulbert

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org CHRONICLE OF TRAIL, ROAD, AND WATERWAY Title: THE PATHS OF INLAND COMMERCE, A CHRON... ...rld Public Library.org CHRONICLE OF TRAIL, ROAD, AND WATERWAY Title: THE PATHS OF INLAND COMMERCE, A CHRONICLE OF TRAIL, ROAD, AND WATERWAY Auth... ...OAD, AND WATERWAY Title: THE PATHS OF INLAND COMMERCE, A CHRONICLE OF TRAIL, ROAD, AND WATERWAY Author: ARCHER B. HULBERT Language: English Subj... ...... ..., and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators ... ...w.WorldLibrary.net Title: The Paths of Inland Commerce, A Chronicle of Trail, Road, and Waterway Author: Archer B. Hulbert Releas... ...ntinental alignment and the imperial situation of Chicago, and later of Omaha, came to be realized. The new view transformed men's conceptions o... ...ming out from the terminus of steamboat traffic between Kansas City and Omaha had scarcely time to become well known before the railway conquero... ... Memphis, St. Louis, or Chicago. The building of the Union Pacific from Omaha westward assured the future of that city, and it was soon joined t...

...Inland America, at the birth of the Republic, was as great a mystery to the average dweller on the Atlantic seaboard as the elephant was to the blind men of Hindustan. The reports of those who had penetrated this wilderness?of those who had see...

...CONTENTS I. THE MAN WHO CAUGHT THE VISION II. THE RED MAN'S TRAIL III. THE MASTERY OF THE RIVERS IV. A NATION ON WHEELS V. THE FLATBOAT AGE VI. THE PASSING SHOW OF 1800...

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South Omaha Veterans Memorial Bridge

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... South Omaha Bridge Formerly listed on the U.S. National Re... ... South Omaha Veterans Memorial B... ... Location US 275, Council Bluffs, Iowa / Omaha, Nebraska ... ... Removed from NRHP July 14, 2011[3] The South Omaha Veterans ... ... Removed from NRHP July 14, 2011[3] The South Omaha Veterans Memorial B... ... The South Omaha Veterans Memorial Bridge (originally the South Omaha Bridge but renamed the Veterans Memorial Bri... ...s (3.7 m) and a 4-foot-wide raised median (1.2 m) with 10-foot-wide shoulders (3.0 m) and a 10-foot-wide bike trail (3.0 m). The n...

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Tales of Trail and Town

By: Bret Harte

...ature Collection World Public Library.org AND TOWN Title: TALES OF TRAIL AND TOWN Author: BRET HARTE Language: English Subject: Fiction, Lite... ...... ..., and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educators ... ...erve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as well a... ...... ...rte March, 2000 [eBook #2550] PGCC Collection: Tales of Trail and Town, by Bret Harte eBook File: totat10.htm or totat10.zip ... ...that he felt justified in leaving her with her brother and returning to Omaha by the regular mail wagon next day. There was no danger to be app...

...Ready were not marked by any of the ameliorating conditions of other improved camps. After the discovery of the famous ?Eureka? lead, there was the usual influx of gamblers and saloon-keepers; but that was accepted as a matter of course. But it was thought ...

...THE ANCESTORS OF PETER ATHERLY TWO AMERICANS THE JUDGMENT OF BOLINAS PLAIN THE STRANGE EXPERIENCE OF ALKALI DICK A NIGHT ON THE DIVIDE THE YOUNGEST PROSPECTOR IN CALAVERAS A TALE OF THREE TRUANTS TALES OF TRAIL AND TOWN THE A...

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History of Omaha, Nebraska

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...The Hotel Fontenelle, formerly located in downtown Omaha. The history of Omaha, Neb... ...erly located in downtown Omaha. The history of Omaha, Nebraska began before the settlement of the city, wit... ...with speculators from neighboring Council Bluffs, Iowa staking land across the Missouri River illegally as early as the 1840s. Before it was legal to ... ... was legal to claim land in Indian Country, William D. Brown was operating the Lone Tree Ferry to bring settlers from Council Bluffs to Omaha. A treat... ...was operating the Lone Tree Ferry to bring settlers from Council Bluffs to Omaha. A treaty with the Omaha Tribe allowed the creation of the Nebraska T... ...y with the Omaha Tribe allowed the creation of the Nebraska Territory, and Omaha City was founded on July 4, 1854. With early settlement came claim ju... ...'s Park in the area before resuming their westward migration on the Mormon Trail.[4] In 1854 Logan Fontenelle and the Omaha Tribe ... ...the Lone Tree Ferry to shuttle California Gold Rush prospectors and Oregon Trail settlers across the river between Kanesville, Iowa and the Nebraska T... ...90th, Maple st to Fort/Military Rd Keystone Trail starts at Democracy Park in Keystone which runs across the City. ...

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Tales of Trail and Town

By: Bret Harte

...assic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: TALES OF TRAIL AND TOWN Author: BRET HARTE Language: English Subject: Fiction, Li... ...... ...as, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educator... ... serve the public, aid students and educators by providing public access to the world's most complete collection of electronic books on-line as well... ...... ...................................................................93 Tales of Trail and Town i Tales of Trail and Town Bret Harte This page copyright ... ...ery, that he felt justified in leaving her with her brother and returning to Omaha by the regular mail wagon next day. There was no danger to be appre...

...Excerpt: THE ANCESTORS OF PETER ATHERLY Chapter One. It must be admitted that the civilizing processes of Rough and Ready were not marked by any of the ameliorating conditions of other improved camps. After the discovery of the famous...

...Table of Contents: Tales of Trail and Town, 1 -- Bret Harte, 1 -- THE ANCESTORS OF PETER ATHERLY, 1 -- Chapter I, 1 -- Chapter II, 8 -- Chapter III, 12 -- TWO AMERICANS, 32 -- THE JUDGMENT OF BOLINAS PLAIN, 49 -- THE STRANGE EXPERIENCE OF ALKALI DICK, 6...

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Neighborhoods of Omaha, Nebraska

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...on of community areas and specific enclaves.[1] They are spread throughout the Omaha metro area, and are all on the Nebraska side of the Missouri Rive... ...f community areas and specific enclaves.[1] They are spread throughout the Omaha metro area, and are all on the Nebraska side of the Missouri River. ... ... 4 Community areas 4.1 North Omaha 5 Neighborho... ...ods 5.1 List of neighborhoods in Omaha 6 See also ... ...ry Omaha's original neighborhoods were clustered around the original settlement area near 12th and Jackson Streets. On the southwes... ... Streets. On the southwest corner of that intersection William P. Snowden, the city's first settler, built the St. Nicholas Hotel in 1854, three years... ...a. It had its own school district, and the site is now occupied by several trailer courts. Benson is a neighborhood of north-central Omaha near 60th a... ...ood had its own school district and commercial area. Today it is site of a trailer court by the same name. East Omaha proper was once an agricultural ... ...90th, Maple st to Fort/Military Rd Keystone Trail starts at Democracy Park in Keystone ...

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Tales of Trail and Town

By: Bret Harte

...TALES OF TRAIL by BRET HARTE Tales of Trail and Town Bret Harte Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved World Wide. ... ...Access Collection. http://worldLibrary.net - This eBook was obtained from the World eBook Library Consortia enhanced PDF eBook Collection. Membership... ...World eBook Library Consortia enhanced PDF eBook Collection. Membership to the World eBook Library Consortia is only $8.95 per year. Your $8.95 helps ... ... text to speak. Let your computer read to you. Join now and gain access to the world's largest PDF eBook Collection (60,000+ and growing daily). To j... ...ened between the other stragglers, they at last were quite alone. When the trail became more densely wooded, Peter quite lost sight of them. But when,... ...r quite lost sight of them. But when, a few moments later, having lost the trail himself, they again appeared in the distance before him, he was so am... ...y, that he felt justified in leaving her with her brother and returning to Omaha by the regular mail wagon next day. There was no danger to be apprehe...

...It must be admitted that the civilizing processes of Rough and Ready were not marked by any of the ameliorating conditions of other improved camps. After the discovery of the famous Eureka lead, there was the usual influx of gamblers and saloon-keepe...

...· THE ANCESTORS OF PETER ATHERLY · CHAPTER I · CHAPTER II · CHAPTER III · TWO AMERICANS · THE JUDGMENT OF BOLINAS PLAIN · THE STRANGE EXPERIENCE OF ALKALI DICK · A NIGHT ON THE DIVIDE · THE YOUNGEST PROSPECTOR IN CALAVERAS · A ...

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Parks in Omaha, Nebraska

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...odge Park. This is a list of parks in Omaha, Nebraska. It includes cemeteries and golf courses. Most parks in Oma... ... includes cemeteries and golf courses. Most parks in Omaha are governed by the City of Omaha Parks and Recreation Department.[1] ... ...meteries and golf courses. Most parks in Omaha are governed by the City of Omaha Parks and Recreation Department.[1] ... ... History In 1854 Alfred D. Jones drew four parks on the original map of Omaha City. They were called Jefferson Square, which wa... ... In 1854 Alfred D. Jones drew four parks on the original map of Omaha City. They were called Jefferson Square, which was paved over by I-48... ...son Square, which was paved over by I-480; Washington Park, which is where the Paxton Block currently sits at North 16th and Farnam Streets; Capitol S... ...k. A trail at Wehrspann Lake in southwest Omaha. ... ...ith a playground, ball field, basketball court, football field and walking trails. Boyd Park ... ...ed in 1891, the park includes a lake, artesian well fountain, golf course, trails, picnic areas, pavilion, playground, baseball fields and soccer fiel...

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The Land of Little Rain

By: Mary Austin

...D OF LITTLE RAIN by MARY AUSTIN 3 The Land of Little Rain By MARY AUSTIN CONTENTS Prefa... ...nd of Little Rain By MARY AUSTIN CONTENTS Preface The Land of Little Rain Water Trails of the Ceriso The Scavengers ... ...TIN CONTENTS Preface The Land of Little Rain Water Trails of the Ceriso The Scavengers The Pocket Hunter Shoshone Lan... ... Shoshone Land Jimville--A Bret Harte Town My Neighbor’s Field The Mesa Trail The Basket Maker The Streets of the Mountains Water... ...one Land Jimville--A Bret Harte Town My Neighbor’s Field The Mesa Trail The Basket Maker The Streets of the Mountains Water Borders ... ...no. The 6 best of all ways is over the Sierra passes by pack and trail, seeing and believing. But the real heart and core of the country... ...ew LETTER, lndlr10a.txt. This etext was created by Judith Boss, Omaha, Nebraska. The equipment: an IBM-compatible 486/50, a Hewlett-Pack...

...CONTENTS: Preface The Land of Little Rain Water Trails of the Ceriso The Scavengers The Pocket Hunter Shoshone Land Jimville -- A Bret Harte Town My Neighbor’s Field The Mesa Trail The Basket Maker The Streets of the Mountains Water Borders Ot...

...CONTENTS Preface The Land of Little Rain Water Trails of the Ceriso The Scavengers The Pocket Hunter Shoshone Land Jimville--A Bret Harte Town My Neighbor’s Field The Mesa Trail The Basket Maker The Streets of the Mountains Water Borders Othe...

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History of North Omaha, Nebraska

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...ial change spanning over 200 years. With a recorded history that pre-dates the rest of the city, North Omaha has roots back to 1812 with the founding ... ... years. With a recorded history that pre-dates the rest of the city, North Omaha has roots back to 1812 with the founding of Fort Lisa. It includes th... ...h Omaha has roots back to 1812 with the founding of Fort Lisa. It includes the Mormon settlement of Cutler's Park and Winter Quarters in 1846, a lynch... ...settlement of Cutler's Park and Winter Quarters in 1846, a lynching before the turn-of-the-twentieth-century, the thriving 24th Street community of th... ... 9 Political and Civil rights movements in North Omaha 10 Notable figures from North Omaha ... ...enturies when they were the most powerful Indians on the Great Plains, the Omaha nation settled in the vicinity of present-day East Omaha. After a sma... ...as an important stocking point for settlers heading west on the California Trail. The early town included banks, a post office, a large mill, several ... ...as an important stocking point for settlers heading west on the California Trail. The early town included banks, a post office, a large mill, several ...

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The Smile of God

By: John G. Neihardt

...THE SMILE OF GOD by JOHN G. NEIHARDT The Smile of God John G. Neihardt Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved Wor... ...Access Collection. http://worldLibrary.net - This eBook was obtained from the World eBook Library Consortia enhanced PDF eBook Collection. Membership... ...World eBook Library Consortia enhanced PDF eBook Collection. Membership to the World eBook Library Consortia is only $8.95 per year. Your $8.95 helps ... ... daily). To join visit http://netLibrary.net/Join.htm The Smile of God An Omaha Indian Story THE Omahas were hunting bison. The young moon was thin a... ...as hard and long. All through the time of the growing and dying moon, the Omahas had sought for the bison. Upon a hundred hills they had halted to ga... ... Wakunda smiles!" And before the sun rose they were moving westward on the trail of Shanugahi. * * * * * * * Two nights afterward there was joy in t... ...ahi. * * * * * * * Two nights afterward there was joy in the camp of the Omahas. Having found the long-sought herd, they had feasted heavily, and no...

...THE Omahas were hunting bison. The young moon was thin and bent like a bow by the arm of a strong man when they had left their village in the valley of Neshuga (Smoky Water, the Missouri). Night after night it had grown above...

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Christianity in Omaha, Nebraska

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...eted and consecrated. Christianity in Omaha, Nebraska has been integral to the growth and development of the city... ... Christianity in Omaha, Nebraska has been integral to the growth and development of the city since its founding in 1854.[1] In ad... ...g Christian religious and social leadership, individually and collectively the city's churches have also led a variety of political campaigns througho... ... city's churches have also led a variety of political campaigns throughout the city's history. Contents ... ... 2 Present 3 Churches in Omaha 4 See also ... ... History The first sermon in Omaha was preached in 1854 by Peter Cooper, an English Methodist who operat... ... Luther Memorial 1031 Sunset Trail Lutheran ... ... Trails ... ... Luther Memorial 1031 Sunset Trail Lutheran ...

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The Smile of God

By: John G. Neihardt

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE SMILE OF GOD Author: JOHN G. NEIHARDT Language: English Subject: Fic... ...... ...as, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educator... ...yright © 2001 Blackmask Online. http://www.blackmask.com The Smile of God An Omaha Indian Story THE Omahas were hunting bison. The young moon was thin... ... was hard and long. All through the time of the growing and dying moon, the Omahas had sought for the bison. Upon a hundred hills they had halted to ... ...s! Wakunda smiles!" And before the sun rose they were moving westward on the trail of Shanugahi. * * * * * * * Two nights afterward there was joy in... ...ugahi. * * * * * * * Two nights afterward there was joy in the camp of the Omahas. Having found the long−sought herd, they had feasted heavily, and ...

...Excerpt: Omahas were hunting bison. The young moon was thin and bent like a bow by the arm of a strong man when they had left their village in the valley of Neshuga (Smoky Water, the Missouri). Night after night it had grown above the...

Table of Contents: The Smile of God, 1 -- John G. Neihardt, 1

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California Trail

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... { California Trails California Trail Map-NPSCalifornia Trail Map-NPS Accessed 12 August 2012 National... ...PSCalifornia Trail Map-NPS Accessed 12 August 2012 National Trail MapNational Trail Map Accessed 12 August 2012 Oregon Trail Map—NPSOregon Trail M... ...xpress Map—BLMPony Express Map—BLM Accessed 12 August 2012 Oregon-California Trail Map—OCTAOregon-California Trail Map--OCTA Accessed 12 August 201... ...ydrography Dataset high-resolution flowline data. . Retrieved 18 March 2011 The California Trail was an emigrant trail of about 2000 mi across ... ...ia Trail was an emigrant trail of about 2000 mi across the western half of the North American continent from Missouri River towns to what is now... ...ver towns to what is now the state of California . After it was established, the first half of the California Trail followed the same corridor of ne... ...s, travelers increasingly traveled up the Missouri river to leave from or near Omaha. After 1847, many ferries and steamboats were active during the e... ...nsas side of the river. When the Union Pacific Railroad started west in 1865, Omaha was their eastern terminus.Union Pacific Chronological History A... ... the worst road in the world."Meldahl, Keith Heyer; p 78; op.cite. In all from Omaha, Nebraska ( 1050 ft ) the Platte and North Platte were followed f...

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The Round-Up : A Romance of Arizona

By: John Murray and Mills Miller

...THE ROUND-UP by JOHN MURRAY The Round-Up: A Romance of Arizona John Murray and Mills Miller Copyright ©... ...Access Collection. http://worldLibrary.net - This eBook was obtained from the World eBook Library Consortia enhanced PDF eBook Collection. Membership... ...World eBook Library Consortia enhanced PDF eBook Collection. Membership to the World eBook Library Consortia is only $8.95 per year. Your $8.95 helps ... ...ma by John Murray and Mills Miller CHAPTER I. The Cactus Cross Down an old trail in the Ghost Range in northwestern Mexico, just across the Arizona bo... ...t stepping along sure-footedly as the mountain-sheep that first formed the trail ages ago, and whose petrified hoof-prints still remain to afford foot... ...th the irritating superfluity of a torch-light procession at noonday. The trail leads down to a flat ledge which overlooks the desert, and which is t... ...st up and fatten, while the owner makes his deal with the cattle-buyers of Omaha or Chicago. The animals are driven or decoyed into the cars, and the...

...Down an old trail in the Ghost Range in northwestern Mexico, just across the Arizona border, a mounted prospector wound his way, his horse carefully picking its steps among the broken granite blocks which had tumbled upon the ancient pat...

...· CHAPTER I. The Cactus Cross · CHAPTER II. The Heart of a Girl · CHAPTER III. A Woman's Loyalty · CHAPTER IV. The Hold-up · CHAPTER V. Hoover Bows to Hymen · CHAPTER VI. A Tangled Web · CHAPTER VII. Josephine Opens the Sluices · CHAPTER ...

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Mormon Trail

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... The Mormon Trail or Mormon Pioneer Trail is the 1, 300 mile (2, 092 km) route that members of The Ch... ... The Mormon Trail or Mormon Pioneer Trail is the 1, 300 mile (2, 092 km) route that members of The Church of J... ...hurch of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints traveled from 1846 to 1868. Today the Mormon Trail is a part of the United States National Trails System... ...sus Christ of Latter-day Saints traveled from 1846 to 1868. Today the Mormon Trail is a part of the United States National Trails System, as the Mo... ...ay the Mormon Trail is a part of the United States National Trails System, as the Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail . The Mormon Trail extends... ...nited States National Trails System, as the Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail . The Mormon Trail extends from Nauvoo, Illinois, which was the... ...side of the river. Others moved across the river into the area of present-day Omaha, Nebraska, building a camp called Winter Quarters .Allen and Leo... ...ward trek. The settlement was later renamed Florence and is now located in Omaha .Allen, pp. 234–238.Elkhorn River ( 293 mi west)Platte River (...

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The Chinese Primrose

By: Maxwell Grant

...THE CHINESE PRIMROSE by MAXWELL GRANT THE CHINESE PRIMROSE Maxwell Grant Copyright © 2002 All Rights Reserved Wor... ... Library, Public Access Collection. http://worldLibrary.net - To download the PDF version of this document become a member of the World eBook Library... ...a member of the World eBook Library Consortia and gain unlimited access to the enhanced PDF eBook Collection. Membership to the World eBook Library Co... ...tLibrary.net/Join.htm • CHAPTER I. FRISCO MYSTERY • CHAPTER II. CROSSED TRAILS • CHAPTER III. THE SHADOW'S THEORY • CHAPTER IV. ANOTHER VISITOR... ...bin was sure that he could outfox any vigilant Chinese who might be on his trail. Just what results Trobin's smart idea was to bring him, the next te... ...g him, the next ten minutes were destined to tell! 4 CHAPTER II. CROSSED TRAILS EYES were watching the hallway outside of Trobin's sixth-floor room,... ..."Just when did you last hear from Darvel?" inquired Brend. "When he was in Omaha?" "I didn't know he was in Omaha," returned Harry. "He wrote me from...

...THE man behind the desk was very bland, his face so smugly serene that it registered a definite expression. It told that its owner was an adept at keeping certain matters to himself; a fact of which his visitor was quite awar...

...· CHAPTER I. FRISCO MYSTERY · CHAPTER II. CROSSED TRAILS · CHAPTER III. THE SHADOW'S THEORY · CHAPTER IV. ANOTHER VISITOR · CHAPTER V. THE HIDDEN MASTER · CHAPTER VI. ALLIES OF JUSTICE · CHAPTER VII. HARRY TAKES OVER · CHAPTER VIII. AT THE HONG KONG SHOP · CHAPTER IX. BATTLE...

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Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway

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...The Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway or Omaha Road was a railroad in the U.S. state s of N... ... Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway or Omaha Road was a railroad in the U.S. state s of Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin and South D... ...sin and South Dakota . It was incorporated in 1880 as a consolidation of the Chicago, St. Paul and Minneapolis Railway and the North Wisconsin Ra... ...and the North Wisconsin Railway, . Interstate Commerce Commission, , 1928 The Chicago and North Western Railway (C&NW) gained control in 1882. The ... ... North Western Railway (C&NW) gained control in 1882. The C&NW leased the Omaha Road in 1957 and merged the company into itself in 1972.Chicago & Nor... ...miles. Disposition of lines The following main lines were part of the Omaha Road: P. F. Collier and Son, New World Atlas and Gazetteer, 1922: ... ...ain line) to Duluth, Minnesota Now abandoned, known as the Wild Rivers Trail St. Paul and Sioux City Division: Minneapolis-St. Paul to Sioux ...

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The Roundup : A Romance of Arizona

By: John Murray (Firm)

...ture Collection World Public Library.org A ROMANCE OF ARIZONA Title: THE ROUND-UP: A ROMANCE OF ARIZONA Author: JOHN MURRAY AND MILLS MILLER ... ...... ...as, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the public, aid students and educator... ...rama by John Murray and Mills Miller CHAPTER I. The Cactus Cross Down an old trail in the Ghost Range in northwestern Mexico, just across the Arizona... ...t stepping along sure−footedly as the mountain−sheep that first formed the trail ages ago, and whose petrified hoof−prints still remain to afford ... ...th the irritating superfluity of a torch−light procession at noonday. The trail leads down to a flat ledge which overlooks the desert, and which i... ...st up and fatten, while the owner makes his deal with the cattle−buyers of Omaha or Chicago. The animals are driven or decoyed into the cars, and t...

...Excerpt: Chapter 1. THE Cactus Cross. Down an old trail in the Ghost Range in northwestern Mexico, just across the Arizona border, a mounted prospector wound his way, his horse carefully picking its steps among the broken granite blocks which ha...

...Table of Contents: The Round?Up: A Romance of Arizona, 1 -- John Murray and Mills Miller, 1 -- Chapter I. The Cactus Cross, 1 -- Chapter II. The Heart of a Girl, 8 -- Chapter III. A Woman's Loyalty, 13 -- Chapter IV. The Hold?up, 17 -- Chapter ...

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Prospect Hill Cemetery (North Omaha, Nebraska)

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... Location Omaha, Nebraska Country ... ... link The Political Graveyard link ... ... Omaha Landmark D... ... Prospect Hill Cemetery, located at 3202 Parker Street in the Prospect Hill neighborhood of North Omaha, Nebraska, USA. It is believe... ..., located at 3202 Parker Street in the Prospect Hill neighborhood of North Omaha, Nebraska, USA. It is believed to be the oldest pioneer cemetery in O... ...pect Hill neighborhood of North Omaha, Nebraska, USA. It is believed to be the oldest pioneer cemetery in Omaha.[2] It is between 31st and 33rd Street... ...en buried earlier.[3] The location was reportedly one mile from the Mormon Trail. That year he sold the land to Byron Reed, an early Omaha real estate... ...en buried earlier.[3] The location was reportedly one mile from the Mormon Trail. That year he sold the land to Byron Reed, an early Omaha real estate...

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