Ocean to Ocean on Horseback
by Willard W. Glazier
Publisher: Edgewood publishing company 1899
Number of pages: 544
The story of a tour in the saddle from the Atlantic to the Pacific; with especial reference to the early history and development of cities and towns along the route; and regions traversed beyond the Mississippi; together with incidents, anecdotes and adventures of the journey.
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