Commerce of the prairies: Or the journal of a Santa-Fé trader, during 8 expeditions across the great Western prairies, and a residence of nearly 9 years in Northern Mexico, Illustr. with maps an engrav. In 2 vol, Volume 2
Dr. Josiah Gregg joined with the traders on this Trail and spent the next ten years in the same territory. This is his account of those years and of those intrepid American traders who made the hazardous journeys across the Trail that spanned from Independence, Missouri, into country that eventually became Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico.
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Commerce of the prairies: Or the journal of a Santa-Fé trader ..., Volume 1
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