KANSAS COLLECTION BOOKS
The Prairie Traveler by Randolph Barnes Marcy, Captain, U.S.A.


LIST OF ITINERARIES


SHOWING THE DISTANCES BETWEEN CAMPING-PLACES, THE CHARACTER OF
THE ROADS AND THE FACILITIES FOR OBTAINING WOOD, WATER, AND GRASS
ON THE PRINCIPAL ROUTES BETWEEN THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND THE PACIFIC OCEAN.

Illustration: View of The Needles.


I.

From Fort Smith, Arkansas, to Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico. By Captain R. B. Marcy, U. S. A.

II.

From Fort Leavenworth to Santa Fe, by the way of the upper ferry of the Kansas River and the Cimarron.

III.

Camping-places upon a road discovered and marked out from Fort Smith, Arkansas, to Dona Ana and El Paso, New Mexico, in 1849. By Captain R. B. Marcy, U. S. A.

IV.

From Leavenworth City to Great Salt Lake City.

V.

From Salt Lake City to Sacramento and Benicia, California.

VI.

From Great Salt Lake City to Los Angeles and San Franciso, California.

VII.

From Fort Bridger to the "City of Rocks" From Captain Handcock's Journal.

VIII.

From Soda Springs to the City of Rocks, known as Hudspeth's Cut-off.

IX.

Sublet's Cut-off, from the junction of the Salt Lake and Fort Hall Roads.

X.

From Lawson's Meadows, on the Humboldt River, to Fort Reading, via Rogue River Valley, Fort Lane, Oregon Territory, Yreka, and Fort Jones.

XI.

From Soda Springs to Fort Wallah Wallah and Oregon City, Oregon, via Fort Hall.

XII.

Route for pack trains from John Day's River to Oregon City.

XIII.

From Indianola and Powder-horn to San Antonio, Texas.

XIV.

Wagon-road from San Antonio, Texas, to El Paso, N. M., and Fort Yuma, California.

XV.

From Fort Yuma to San Diego, California.

XVI.

From El Paso, New Mexico, to Fort Yuma, California, via Santa Cruz.

XVII.

From Westport, Missouri, to the gold diggings at Pike's Peak and "Cherry Creek," N. T., via the Arkansas River.

XVIII.

From St. Paul's, Min., to Fort Wallah Wallah, Oregon.

XIX.

Lieutenant E. F. Beales's route from Albuquerque to the Colorado River.

XX.

Captain Whipple's route from Albuquerque, New Mexico, to San Pedro, California.

XXI.

From Fort Yuma to Benicia, California. From Lieutenant R. S. Williamsons's Report.

XXII.

A new route from Fort Bridger to Camp Floyd opened by Captain J. H. Simpson U.S.A., in 1858.

XXIII.

From Fort Thorne, New Mexico to Fort Yuma, California.

XXIV.

Lieutenant Bryan's Route from the Laramie Crossing of the South Platte to Fort Bridger, via Bridger's Pass.

XXV.

Wagon-route from Denver City, at the Mouth of Cherry Creek, to Fort Bridger, Utah.

XXVI.

From Nebraska City, on the Missouri, to Fort Kearney.

XXVII.

From Camp Floyd, Utah, to Fort Union, New Mexico. By Colonel W. W. Loring, U. S. A.

XXVIII.

Wagon-route from Guaymas, Mexico, to Tabac, Arizona. From Captain Stone's Journal.



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