6 edition of Old Spanish Trail North Branch and its travelers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 363-368) and index.
|LC Classifications||F786 .K43 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||384 p. :|
|Number of Pages||384|
|LC Control Number||97050404|
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The Old Spanish National Historic Trail was established by Congress in It has often been referred to as the most arduous, difficult trail in the United States. Its designated routes cover six states and some 2, miles, traversing mountains, deserts, rivers, and coastal valleys.
It was historically used by curious and brave, enterprising. The Old Spanish Trail (Spanish: Viejo Sendero Español) is a historical trade route that connected the northern New Mexico settlements of (or near) Santa Fe, New Mexico with those of Los Angeles, California and southern California.
Approximately mi (1, km) long, the trail ran through areas of high mountains, arid deserts, and deep canyons.
It is considered one of the most arduous of all Location: New Mexico, Colorado, Utah. North Branch of the Old Spanish Trail. In his book about life in the West, John C. Van Tramp cites a letter he received from trapper, Antoine Leroux. Leroux identifies the North Branch as an alternate route to California from Taos.
Its greatest attraction to the trail travelers was the Cochetopa. These trails collectively formed a route that became known as the North Branch of the Old Spanish Trail.
In his book about life in the West, John C. Van Tramp cites a letter he received from trapper, Antoine Leroux. Leroux identifies the North Branch as an alternate route to California from Taos.
Its greatest attraction to the trail. The Old Spanish Trail witnessed a brief but furious heyday between and as a trade route linking Santa Fe, New Mexico and Los Angeles, California. The Trail left Santa Fe and split into two routes.
The South or Main Branch headed northwest past Colorado's San. Old Spanish Trail Santa Fe to Pueblo de los Angelos. More Coming Soon. Santa Fe Trail The Santa Fe Trail was a significant historical and economical important commercial route from toextended from the westernmost settlements of the United States in Missouri across the plains Indian country to the Old Spanish Trail North Branch and its travelers book Mexican capital of Santa Fe.
As traffic increased, the trail evolved to include new branches, bypasses and intersections to meet the purposes of its travelers. From Independence, the Santa Fe Trail, which lasted from the time of William Becknell’s trade expedition in to the coming of the railroad in the ’s, extended roughly miles by the Mountain Branch.
The nearby city of Raton, New Mexico celebrates its trail heritage and the Raton Museum, located at 2nd Street, interprets the area’s past for curious visitors.
Today, Raton Pass is a National Historic Landmark and is located along the Santa Fe National Historic Trail, a unit of the National Park Service. The Old Spanish Trail is a historical trade route which connected the northern New Mexico settlements with southern California.
Approximately 1, mi (1, km) long, it is considered one of the most arduous of all trade routes ever established in the United States. The plaza is in the middle of Santa Fe and was the traditional end of the Santa Fe Trail for westbound travelers.
Palace of the Governors The Palace of the Governors is on the north side of the Santa Fe Plaza. Built init served as the seat of government in New Mexico for years.
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The most practical (albeit lengthy) course was over the old Spanish Trail, which swung north around the Colorado Plateau. When told of a possible shortcut directly across the heart of canyon country, the leaders jumped at the chance--not considering there might be a.
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It runs seven-plus miles through. Cold Spring 2 is approximately 7 miles west and 7 miles north of Boise City. A branch of the Santa Fe Trail ran south of this spring site. Autograph Rock, which contains the names of many trail travelers from the s and later, is nearby.
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National Historic Site Bent's Old Fort La Junta, CO. Bent's Old Fort National Historic Site features a reconstructed s adobe fur trading post on the mountain branch of the Santa Fe Trail where traders, trappers, travelers, and the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes came together in peaceful terms for trade.
The Santa Fe Trail was mainly a trade route but saw its share of emigrants, especially during the California Gold Rush and the Pike’s Peak Gold Rush in Colorado. The trail also became an.
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The Swamp Rabbit Inn is a refreshingly chic bed and breakfast that's two blocks from its namesake Swamp Rabbit Trail, an mile bike trail. Or, reserve your room at Aloft Greenville Downtown. InStephen Watts Kearny marched the Army of the West over the Mountain Branch and conquered New Mexico during the Mexican-American War (actually, they never fired a shot because the Mexican government that was in place in Santa Fe ran away).
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Walk this trail (recommended from south to north) to see Old South Meeting House, the Old State House, Faneuil Hall, the USS Constitution and more sights.The original fort was located along the North Branch of the Old Spanish Trail, so Fort Uncompahgre also serves as an interpretive center for the Old Spanish Trail, remnants of which are still.