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Title: Along The Rocky Range Myths And Legends Of Our Own Land, Volume 7. Author: Charles M.
Skinner Release Date: December 14, 2004 [EBook #6612] Language: English Character set encoding: ASCII *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK ALONG THE ROCKY RANGE *** Produced by David Widger MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF OUR OWN LAND By Charles M.
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7. ALONG THE ROCKY RANGE CONTENTS: Over the Divide The Phantom Train of Marshall Pass The River of Lost Souls Riders of the Desert The Division of Two Tribes Besieged by Starvation A Yellowstone Tragedy The Broad House The Death Waltz The Flood at Santa Fe Goddess of Salt The Coming of the Navajos The Ark on Superstition Mountains The Pale Faced Lightning The Weird Sentinel at Squaw Peak Sacrifice of the Toltecs Ta-Vwots Conquers the Sun The Comanche Rider Horned Toad and Giants The Spider Tower The Lost Trail Tue Apr 04 21:29:11 2017 2 A Battle in the Air ALONG THE ROCKY RANGE OVER THE DIVIDE The hope of finding El Dorado, that animated the adventurous Spaniards who made the earlier recorded voyages to America, lived in the souls of Western mountaineers as late as the first half of this century.
Ample discoveries of gold in California and Colorado gave color to the belief in this land of riches, and hunger, illness, privation, the persecutions of savages, and death itself were braved in the effort to reach and unlock the treasure caves of earth.
Until mining became a systematic business, prospectors were dissatisfied with the smaller deposits of precious metal and dreamed of golden hills farther away.
The unknown regions beyond the Rocky Mountains were filled by ima...





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