"At sunset, their day's journey finished, they halt, perhaps, in the forest by the roadside, to prepare for supper and to pass the night. The horses are unharnessed, watered and secured, with their heads to the trough, or else hoppled out to grass."
Frontier and pioneer life --West (U.S.) Indians of North America
America --Discovery and exploration Mississippi River Valley --History West (U.S.) --History
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Teaching resource: Professor John Mack Faragher, History 141: The American West.
Howe, Henry, 1816-1893
Historical collections of the Great West: containing narratives of the most important and interesting events in Western history ... to which is appended historical and descriptive sketches of Oregon, New Mexico, Texas, Minnesota, Utah, and California. By
Cincinnati, H. Howe, 1851
Yale Collection of Western Americana
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