Covered wagon days in the Palouse country

by Lula Laney Downen

Publisher: Pullman Herald in [Pullman, Wash.]

Written in English
Published: Pages: 32 Downloads: 262
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Subjects:

  • Overland journeys to the Pacific.,
  • Pullman (Wash.) -- History.,
  • Whitman County (Wash.) -- History.
  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPullman herald.
    Statementby Lula Downen.
    ContributionsPullman Herald,, Pacific Northwest History Collection.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32, [1] p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16555957M

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On our way from the Willamette Valley to the Palouse country, we drove from Amity to Portland, thence by boat to The Dalles, thence to a point above Celilo rapids by wagon, thence to Wallul a by boat. May 28,  · Covered Wagon Days recreates the daily progress of Dickson's party, which included his guardians, Joshua and Rebecca Ridgley.

The logistics of such a trip, the sights along a trail marked by ruts and fresh graves, the rigors of camping, the encounters with Indians and returning pilgrims and vigilantes running after road agents—all figure in Dickson's memoir.5/5(2).

Mar 19,  · The building on the topmost crest of this huge mass of earth, feet above sea level and feet above the level of the surrounding country for 23 years, no longer stands out as the attraction to recall to the minds of the Palouse pioneers times.

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Covered Wagon Days recreates the daily progress of Dickson's party, which included his guardians, Joshua and Thousands of emigrants had preceded him on the Oregon Trail, but none ever described the journey in sharper detail/5.

The covered wagon was long the dominant form of transport in pre-industrial America. With roots in the heavy Conestoga wagon developed for the rough, undeveloped roads and paths of the colonial East, the covered wagon spread west with American migration.

The Conestoga wagon was far too heavy for westward expansion. Jul 03,  · The covered wagon (), By Emerson Hough, A NOVEL: about a group of pioneers traveling through the old West from Kansas to Oregon.

Emerson Hough out of 5 stars /5(14). Packing Your Covered Wagon Little House Crafts & Activities. Pioneers traveling by covered wagon had to be very careful of their wagon's weight. Even a few pounds heavier could mean the trip would be much more difficult for the oxen or horses.

Mrs. Lula Downen, in Covered Wagon Days in the Palouse Country, pub. by the Pullman Herald. “Their Christmas in King County forty-two years ago,” Seattle Daily Times, December 13, “Isaac V.

Mossman, A Pioneer of ,” Oregon Native Son HIstorical Magazine, Vol. II Nov. Jan 01,  · The first book in this multi-book series was bought for me decades ago from a little used book store in a tiny town. After that first book, I was hooked, going on to read all 34 books in the series.

The characters feel like old family friends, you follow them from the first wagon 4/5. “Covered Wagon Women” is a fascinating non-fiction account of fourteen pioneer women traveling west in the ’s. The book was edited and compiled by historian Kenneth L.

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His new memoir recounts what happened when. Books shelved as wagon-train: Raveled Ends of Sky by Linda Sandifer, Beyond the Horizon by Connie Mason, Heartbreak Trail by Shirley Kennedy, Sunset Embr.

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Oct 13,  · Whitman County is in the Palouse country, and is bordered by Spokane County to the north (and a small part of Lincoln County at its northwest corner), by Adams County to the west (and a small part of Franklin County at its southwest corner), by the Snake River to the south, and by the Idaho state line to the east.

Jun 04,  · On the modern-day wagon train, men wore beards and buckskin. Women wore bonnets and calico. The fashion was decidedly more 19th-century than 18th. “As a historical reenactment, it was a big goose egg,” says Randell Jones, whose book The Daniel Boone Wagon Train pulls together stories from the event through its year run.

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