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Nineteenth-Century American Literature and History: Trans-Mississippi West
California: a trip across the plains...and containing valuable information to emigrants.
New Albany, Ind., Kent & Norman: J.R. Nunemacher. 1850
Abbott, Carlisle S.
Recollections of a California pioneer.
New York, The Neale Publishing Company. 1917
Abbott, John S.C.
...Christopher Carson Familiarly known as Kit Carson.
New York, Dodd & Mead. 1875
Circular to the Oregon emigrants...Dated at Oregon City, this 22d of April, 1847.
Abert, James William.
Report of Lieut. J.W. Abert, of his examination of New Mexico, in the years 1846-'47.
(In U.S. War department. Report of the Secretary of War, communicating...a report and map...made by Lieutenant J.W. Abert…); p. 2-132 (30th Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Ex. Doc. No. 23).
Life and adventures of L.D. Lafferty; being a true biography of one of the most remarkable men of the great Southwest.
New York, H.S. Goodspeed & Co. 
Account of the discovery of gold in California; in the biography of discoverer, James W. Marshall.
The dreadful sufferings and thrilling adventures of an overland party of emigrants to California, their terrible conflicts with savage tribes of Indians!! And Mexican bands of robbers!!! With marriage, funeral, and other interesting ceremonies and customs of Indian life in the far West.
St. Louis, Mo., Barclay & Co. 1850
Compiled from the journal of Mr. George Adam, one of the adventurers, by Prof. Wm. Beschke.
Adams, Charles Francis.
Texas and the Massachusetts resolutions.
Boston, Eastburn's Press. 1844
The Iowa band.
Boston, Chicago, The Pilgrim Press. 
New and rev. ed. by Rev. Ephraim Adams.
Adams, Ephraim D.
British interests and activities in Texas, 1838-1846.
(The Albert Shaw lectures on diplomatic history, 1909).
Adams, James C.
The hair-breadth escapes and adventures of "Grizzly Adams," in catching and conquering the wild animals included in his California menagerie.
New York. 1860
Written by himself.
Adams, John Quincy, pres. U.S.
The duplicate letters, the fisheries and the Mississippi.
Washington, Printed by Davis and Force. 1822
Documents relating to transactions at the negotiation of Ghent. Collected and pub. by John Quincy Adams, one of the commissioners of the United States at that negotiation.
Adams, John Quincy, pres. U.S.
Speech of...on the resolutions of seven state legislatures, and the petitions of more than one hundred thousand petitioners, relating to the annexation of Texas to this Union.
Washington, Gales and Seaton. 1838
[Adams, William L.].
A melodrame entitled "Treason, stratagems, and spoils," in five acts, by Breakspear.
Adams, William. L.
Oregon as it is; its present and future, by a resident for twenty-five years, being a reply to inquirers.
Portland, Or., "Bulletin" Steam Book and Job Printing Rooms. 1873
Adamson, Archibald R.
North Platte and its associations.
North Platte, Neb., The Evening Telegraph. 
Additon, Lucia H.
Twenty eventful years of the Oregon Woman's Christian temperance union, 1880-1900.
Portland, Or., Gotshall Printing Company. 1904
Statistical, historical and biographical. Portraits of prominent pioneer workers.
Address to the Democracy of Missouri.
[St. Louis?]. [1850?]
Adney, Edwin T.
The Klondike stampede.
New York, Harper. 1900
Adsit, C.D., Mrs.
New education in California.
Boston, Mass., Milwaukee. 1889
Repr. by permission from "Education".
On extraordinary fishes from California, constituting a new family.
New Haven. 11/1863
Extracted from the American journal of science and arts, vol XVI, 2d ser.
Agee, George W.
Rube Burrow, king of outlaws, and his band of train robbers.
[Cincinnati, O., Printed by C.J. Krehbiel & Co.]. c.1890
The Indian scout.
London, Ward and Lock. 1861
A story of the Aztec city.
The pirates of the prairies.
New York, J.W. Lovell Company. 
Rev. and ed. by Percy B. St. John.
The tiger-slayer; a tale of the Indian desert.
London, For the proprietors. 1865
The trail hunter.
Ward and Lock. 1863
A tale of the far West.
The trappers of Arkansas.
St. John, N.W. Lovell Company. 
A narrative...Rev. and ed. by Percy B. St. John.
Ainswroth, Danforth H.
Recollections of a civil engineer; experiences in New York, Iowa, Nebraska, Dakota, Illinois, Missouri, Minnesota and Colorado.
The other side; or, Notes for the history of the war between Mexico and the United States.
New York and London, J. Wiley. 1850
Written in Mexico. Translated from the Spanish, and ed., with notes, by Albert C. Ramsey.
Alden, Cynthia May (W.), Mrs.
Bushy; a romance founded on fact.
New York, The Morse Company. 1896
Aldrich, Lorenzo D.
A journal of the overland route to California and the gold mines.
Lansingburgh, N.Y., Alexr. Kirkpatrick, Printer. 1851
Aldrich, Vernice M.
The Columbia River Historical Expedition.
[Bismarck, N.D., State Historical Society of North Dakota]. 
Ranch notes in Kansas, Colorado, the Indian territory and northern Texas.
London, Longmans, Green, and Co. 1884
Allen, A.J., Miss.
Thrilling adventures, travels, and explorations of Doctor Elijah White, among the Rocky Mountains and in the West, with incidents of two sea voyages via Sandwich Islands around Cape Horn.
New York. 1859
An appeal to the people of Massachusetts, on the Texas question.
Boston, C.C. Little & J. Brown. 1844
The complaint of Mexico, and conspiracy against liberty.
Boston, J.W. Alden. 1843
Allen, Joel Asaph.
...The American bisons, living and extinct.
Cambridge, University Press [etc.]. 1876
Allen, John Taylor.
Early pioneer days in Texas.
Allen, Lewis Leonidas.
Pencillings of scenes upon the Rio Grande; originally pub. bu [!] the Saint Louis American.
New York. 1848
By the Rev. L.L. Allen. Late chaplain to the La. Volunteers, in the United States service, upon the Rio Grande; [2d ed., enl. and improved].
Allen's guide book and map to the gold fields of Kansas & Nebraska and Great Salt Lake City.
Washington, Printed by R.A. Allen. 1859
Allen, William A.
Adventures with Indians and game.
Chicago, A.W. Bowen & Co. 1903
Allen, William A.
The Sheep Eaters.
New York, The Shakespeare Press. 1913
[Allen, William M.].
Five years in the west; or, How an inexperienced young man finds his occupation.
Nashville, Tenn., Southern Methodist Publishing House. 1884
With reminiscences and sketches of real life. By a Texas preacher.
Linn County Oregon, descriptive and resources, its cities and towns.
Albany, Oregon, Electric Power Print. [n.d.]
California and its gold mines: being a series of recent communications from the mining districts, upon the present condition and future prospects of quartz mining; with an account of the richer deposits, and incidental notices of the climate, scenery, and mode of life in California.
London, Groombridge and Sons. 1853
California and its gold mines; being a series of recent communications from the mining districts, upon the present condition and future prospects of quartz mining.
London, Groombridge and Sons. 1853
Allsopp, Fred W.
Twenty years in a newspaper office...consisting principally of random sketches of things seen, heard and experienced on the "Arkansas gazette".
Little Rock, Ark. 1907
Alta California: embracing notices of the climate, soil, and agricultural products of northern Mexico and the Pacific seaboard; also, A history of the military and naval operations of the United States directed against the territories of northern Mexico...1846-'47.
Philadelphia, H. Packer & Co. 1847
by a Captain of Volunteers.
Altsheler, Joseph A.
The horsemen of the plains; a story of the great Cheyenne war.
New York, Grosset & Dunlap. c.1910
Amelia Sherwood: or, Bloody scenes at the California gold mines, with a narrative of the tragic incidents on a voyage to San Francisco.
Richmond, Barclay & Co. 1850
American and Foreign Anti-slavery Society.
Address to the inhabitants of New Mexico and California, on the omission by Congress to provide them with territorial governments, and on the social and political evils of slavery.
New York, The Am. & For. Anti-slavery Society. 1849
American and Mexican Railroad and Telegraph Company.
Prospectus and act incorporating the American and Mexican railroad and telegraph company, for building a railroad and establishing telegraph lines through the states of Chihuahua and Sonora, with copies of the grants from said states and the general government of Mexico.
New York, Russell's American Printing House. 1869
American Bureau of Mines, New York. Union Pacific Railroad.
A geological & agricultural survey of 100 miles west of Omaha.
New York, American Bureau of Mines. 1866
The American sketch book.
La Crosse, Wis., Sketch Book Company. 1874-1876
A collection of historical incidents with descriptions of corresponding localities...Ed. by Bella French; [v.1-3]. 3 v.
Ames, John H.
Lincoln, the capital of Nebraska.
Lincoln, Neb., State Journal Power Press Print. 1870
A complete history of its foundation and growth up to the present time, together with a full description of all the public state buildings, salt springs, and other matters of interest, situated thereat.
The emigrant's directory to the western states of North America; including a voyage out from Liverpool; the geography and topography of the whole western country, according to its latest improvements; with instructions for descending the rivers Ohio and Mississippi; also, a brief account of a new British settlement on the headwaters of the Susquehanna, in Philadelphia.
London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. 1819
The amulet: a tale of Spanish California.
London, Longmans, Green, and Co. 1865
Anderson, Alexander D.
The silver country; or, The great Southwest.
New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons. 1887
A paper [Texas, before, and on the eve of the rebellion] read before the Cincinnati society of ex-army and navy officers, Jan. 3d, 1884.
Notes of the flood at the Red river, 1852.
London, Hatchards. 
Anderson, Ephraim McDowell.
Memoirs: historical and personal; including the campaigns of the First Missouri Confederate brigade.
Saint Louis, Times Printing Co. 1868
Did the Louisiana purchase extend to the Pacific Ocean? And, Our title to Oregon.
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