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Iron horses of the Santa Fe Trail
E. Dale Worley
|Statement||by E. D. Worley.|
|LC Classifications||TJ603 .W64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||479 p, D128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||479|
|LC Control Number||66002878|
Santa Fe Trail History Fact 8: The southern Cimarron Fork shortened the journey by miles but carried the danger of offering limited water. 75% of people chose this route. Santa Fe Trail History Fact 9: Most goods were hauled across the "prairie ocean" in wagons that were driven by either oxen, mules, or horses. Santa Fe Trail History Fact. s: After trade opened with Santa Fe in , Missourians got a firsthand look at the mules of New Mexico and liked what they saw. Mules quickly replaced horses as the draft stock of choice for traders’ wagons, which created a demand for mules in Missouri.
Resoundingly industrial yet natural like lightning the arrival of the railroad changed the language of American commerce and culture. When the Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad supplanted the Santa Fe Trail in the late 19th century among the bounty conveyed from the East was highly prized Germantown yarn which was given to skilled Navajo weavers in the region. The Valley Flyer was a short-lived named passenger train of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway.. The all-heavyweight, "semi-streamlined" train ran between Bakersfield and Oakland, California (through California's San Joaquin Valley, hence the name) during the – Golden Gate International Exposition on Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay.
The names of three of these bold adventurers were McKnight, Beard, and Chambers. They followed Pike’s trail to the foot of the mountains, along the Arkansas River, and then took a southerly course, arriving at Santa Fe without any exciting experience. This was the first endeavor to establish trade with the Spanish settlements, and proved. The Santa Fe Trail was a 19th-century route through central North America that connected Franklin, Missouri with Santa Fe, New Mexico. Pioneered in by William Becknell, who departed from the Boonslick region along the Missouri River, the trail served as a vital commercial highway until , when the railroad arrived in Santa Fe. Santa Fe was near the end of the El Camino Real de Tierra Governing body: National Park Service.
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Very few applications - rare on Santa Fe. There was also some very limited use of the Prime model and three chime. Sources: Remembering the Santa Fe by Olmsted. Iron Horses of the Santa Fe Trail by Worley. Santa Fe All the Way Vol.2 by Marvel.
Santa Fe in Color by Stagner.(Photo of and with freight in Ft. Worth, TX, in is suspect, Iron Horses of Santa Fe Trail.) originally assigned to the Valley Division, to Los Angeles Division 2/3/52,San Diego 11/51, renumbered 8/6/52, to Eastern Division 10/56, 9/58 with in Emporia.