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by John Fothergill

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  • ISBN 0858900254
  • ISBN13 978-0858900257
  • Author John Fothergill
  • Publisher Runciman Press (1993)
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  • Size ePub 1313 kb
  • Size Fb2 1681 kb
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Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780858900257. Release Date:January 1993.

John Fothergill FRS (8 March 1712 – 26 December 1780) was an English physician, plant collector, philanthropist and Quaker. Fothergill was born at Carr End, near Bainbridge in Yorkshire, the son of John Fothergill (1676–1745), a Quaker preacher and farmer, and his first wife, Margaret Hough (1677–1719).

The Oregon Trail attains its considerable narrative power by interweaving . The name of the book is "The Old Man And The Harley" by John J. Newkirk.

The Oregon Trail attains its considerable narrative power by interweaving pioneer history with mules interpersonal strife with poignant memories of the author’s father, who took his own family on a covered wagon journey through New Jersey and Pennsylvania in 1958. This makes The Oregon Trail a rare and effective work of history-the trail stories of the Buck brothers bring humor and drama, and the pioneer biographies supply a context that makes every other aspect of the book snap into sharp relief.

Электронная книга "The Oregon Trail: A New American Journey", Rinker Buck

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Riding towardthem among the trees were a hundred or more mounted men, who brokeinto cheers as they saw the boys. Bud Wilson did not say much

Riding towardthem among the trees were a hundred or more mounted men, who brokeinto cheers as they saw the boys. They were the men who had found BudWilson at the sluice gate, and who had at once insisted on his mountingand riding on to the end of the tube to ascertain if by some marvelouschance the boys had survived. When Jack and Ralph stood up-for theyhad been sitting on the ground, relating to their interested host theiradventures-the cheers broke out afresh. Bud Wilson did not say much.

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The Oregon Series: Backwards to Oregon. He leaned back in his chair, nursing his whiskey, and watched the other men with a stoic expression. Everything about him showed calm g but the way he worried the forage cap on his lap between his long, slender fingers. Angry voices from the bar made Tess turn around.

The US history was replete with explorers, mountain men, and soldiers, and . The Oregon-bound emigrants were generally poor families who had to sell everything they owned (or at least what the bank had not ye. .

The US history was replete with explorers, mountain men, and soldiers, and scientists who opened up the West in early 1800s. John Jacob Astor, at the insistence of his friend Thomas Jefferson, founded the Pacific Fur Company in New York. Abundance of gold seekers also used the eastern portion of the trail to California in the late 1840s. The Oregon-bound emigrants were generally poor families who had to sell everything they owned (or at least what the bank had not yet repossessed) and booked passage out of town on the same steamboats that were bringing in supplies for their local general stores (Dryden).

Oregon Trail, overland emigrant route in the United States from the Missouri River to the Columbia River country .

Oregon Trail, overland emigrant route in the United States from the Missouri River to the Columbia River country (all of which was then called Oregon). The pioneers by wagon train did not, however, follow any single narrow route. In open country the different trains might spread out over a large area, only to converge again for river crossings, mountain passes, and other natural constrictions.