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In the pathless west with soldiers, pioneers, miners, and savages

Frances E. Herring

In the pathless west with soldiers, pioneers, miners, and savages

by Frances E. Herring

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Published by T.F. Unwin in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- British Columbia,
  • British Columbia -- Description and travel -- To 1871,
  • British Columbia -- History -- 1849-1871

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Frances E. Herring.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 85381
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination4 microfiches (155 fr.)
    Number of Pages155
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18786155M
    ISBN 100665853815

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In the pathless west with soldiers, pioneers, miners, and savages [electronic resource] / By Frances E. (Frances Elizabeth) Herring. Abstract. Electronic of access: Internet   In the Pathless West with soldiers, pioneers, miners and savages, is the title of truly thrilling tale of pioneer and Indian life.

It vividly describes some of the cruel practices of the Indians, their escapades with the soldiers, miners and pioneers, as the title implies, and also brings out the forms of recreation, entertainments and pleasure they indulged in and.

Large massacres wiped out entire tribal populations. Infor example, around Pomo people, including women and children, were slaughtered by the U.S. Cavalry and local volunteers at Clear Author: Erin Blakemore. Buy In the Pathless West: With Soldiers, Pioneers, Miners and Savages from Walmart Canada.

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Although Herring is rarely included in discussions of Canada’s literary history, her work was reasonably popular in its day: Among the people of British Columbia and In the pathless west with soldiers, pioneers, miners, and savages (London, ) went into second editions. arms arrived attack boldt Bucksport Buhne California camp Capt Captain cattle citizens coast command Crescent City danger Del Norte county depredations detachment dians District Duzen Eel River Valley escaped Eureka expedition fight fired Fort Humboldt Gaston Governor guns homes Hoopa Hoopa Valley hostile tribes Humboldt Bay Humboldt county.

Hiram S. Stevens, was born in Western Vermont on March 20th,and came to Arizona in When a youth of 19 he enlisted as a United States soldier and came to New Mexico in Company "I," First United States Dragoons. On being discharged from the service inhe came to Arizona where he resided continuously up to the time of his death.

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Publisher: London: Francis Griffiths: Date Issued: Description "Fiction. This novel gives an excellent picture of life in. Conquerors of the West: Stalwart Mormon Pioneers, Volume 1 Florence C. Youngberg National Society of the Sons of Utah Pioneers., - Biography & Autobiography - pages4/5(2).

This book looks at the short conflict which took place in southwest West Virginia when violence escalated, first when private detectives in the pay of the coal companies got into a gunfight with locals in Matewan when the detectives came out to evict the families of miners trying to unionize/5.

Contrary to Hollywood depictions and popular myths that portray the natives in a negative light as savages, mercilessly victimizing pioneers, the historical record presents a different story.

In fact, sustained attacks by Indians on wagon trains were rare and encounters between Indians and emigrants were, more often, peaceful and mutually advantageous. This closes the copies from the first Book of Record for the Courts of Grayson county. Said book begins with the date of the 21st day of May,and closes with the 31st of May, First court held in new courthouse, on 22nd of July, Second courthouse built about County divided, and Carroll cut off of east end of Grayson, in   The majority of the data I have on James D.

Savage comes, predominately, from four sources. 1) Discovery of the Yosemite by Lafayette H. Bunnell,who was a member of the Mariposa Battalion credited with being among the first westerners in “Discovering” the Valley.James Wilson Marshall () – Discovered gold in California in at John Sutter’s Mill in Coloma, the area around which quickly became Coloma, discovery started the California Gold Rush.

Lucien Bonaparte Maxwell () – Maxwell was a rancher and entrepreneur who, at one point, owned more than 1, acres, called the Maxwell Land .