Published July 1999
by Otis Audio .
Written in English
|Contributions||Jim Gough (Narrator)|
|The Physical Object|
In print form, this book is about 30 pages. Today, Interst which runs along most of the southern U.S. is accepted as, roughly, the route of the Old Spanish Trail. This edition of the book contains 10 Spanish Trail illustrations that are unique to this edition of the : Evelyn Brogan. An extraordinary saga of the trail-blazing cowboys who made their fortune driving cattle from Texas to the great frontier. Hard-riding Texans were braving mountains, desert and Indian war-- for the promise of a golden land called California /5. The Old Spanish Trail begins in San Antonio, Texas, in early February, The Civil War is raging in the eastern U.S., and the price of beef in Texas has /5(22). Strong historicity of the "OLD SPANISH WEST". Very few people know, or care, that the "West" belonged to Spain for years until "Americans" drove west to the gold fields and claimed "The West" with blood and bullets. Utah is full of Legends and Facts! Now this is the book /5(15).
Characters of the Old Spanish Trail Doug Knudson Meet some of the children, women, and men who traveled the Old Spanish Trail in They will enr. Great history of the American west under Spanish exploration, covering the years This is more of a history book than it is a book about lost treasures, although there is plenty of /5. The Old Spanish Trail transcontinental highway was one of the most prominent and persistent American auto trails. It connects the old Spanish colonial towns of St. Augustine, Florida on the Atlantic coast and San Diego, California on the Pacific. An Arduous Adventure of Rich Trade. Follow the routes of mule pack trains across the Southwest on the Old Spanish National Historic Trail between Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Los Angeles, California. New Mexican traders moved locally produced merchandise across what are now six states to exchange for mules and horses.
The route of the Old Spanish Trail. The Old Spanish Trail (Spanish: Viejo Sendero Español) is a historical trade route that connected the northern New Mexico settlements of (or near) Santa Fe, New Mexico with those of Los Angeles, California and southern on: New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, . A trail blazed by ancient Spaniards, this was a route that would lead through a brutal, wondrous land, where a hostile Ute nation was only one danger the cattle drive faced, and California was . texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Books to Borrow. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. The Old Spanish Trail Item Preview remove-circlePages: The Old Spanish National Historic Trail was established by Congress in It has often been referred to as the most arduous, difficult trail in the United States. Its designated routes cover six states and some 2, miles, traversing mountains, deserts, rivers, and coastal valleys. It was historically used by curious and brave, enterprising.