Alaska & Northwest
California & Nevada
Maritime Mark Twain
Native American & Rock Art
Yellowstone & Grand Teton
Across Arizona in 1883--including glimpses of Yuma, Tombstone, Tucson.
Reprinted from Harper's Monthly, here is an eyewitness account--gathered via train, stage, horse, and on foot--of southern Arizona. The Indians are described, the wild element at Tombstone is reported, and the mission church of San Xavier del Bac is depicted. It was a time of cowboys, City Marshall Wyatt Earp and gambler "Doc" Holliday, and Apaches--the wild frontier days of Arizona long before it became a state.
Period engravings. 16 pages.
ISBN-10: 0-89646-011-8. ISBN-13: 978-0-89646-011-9. Order #: VIST0011 paper$3.95
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