Road Ranches Along the Oregon Trail, 1858 to 1868 (between Marysville, Kansas and Fort Kearny, Nebraska) Signed By the Author. Lyn Ryder.
Road Ranches Along the Oregon Trail, 1858 to 1868 (between Marysville, Kansas and Fort Kearny, Nebraska) Signed By the Author.
Road Ranches Along the Oregon Trail, 1858 to 1868 (between Marysville, Kansas and Fort Kearny, Nebraska) Signed By the Author.

Road Ranches Along the Oregon Trail, 1858 to 1868 (between Marysville, Kansas and Fort Kearny, Nebraska) Signed By the Author.

(Niwot, CO, 1995): Prarie Lark Productions. First Edition. Octavo. Item #028751

vi, 78 pages. Much on a neglected topic since road ranches preceded the stagecoach and were also prepared just before the Pony Express. The author has uncovered sources that allow the reader to understand. The Little Blue River Valley was an ideal source of these primitive ranches often operated by wild men who understood a place for rudimentary supplies, food, and to refresh horses was more important than the towns that were too far distant. Black plastic comb bound orange pictorial wrappers lettered and decorated in black. A fine copy.

Price: $55.00

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