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1. Arms, Cephas. The Long Road to California: The Journal of Cephas  Arms... John Cumming, 1985. Light wear to the edges of the spine and corners. A clean and tight copy. $98.50

2. Atherton, Faxon Dean &  Jr. Doyce B. Nunis. The California Diary of Faxon Dean Atherton, 1836-1839. California Historical Society, 1964. 246 pages. Very good in dust jacket with light soiling and light wear. $7.00

3. Bartholomew, Rebecca &  Leonard J. Arrington. Rescue of the 1856 Handcart Companies.  Signature Books, 1993. 72 pages. Glossy softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers. To underlining.  $5.25

4. Belshaw, Maria Parsons &  Michael L. Tate. Crossing the Plains to Oregon in 1853. Ye Galleon Pr, 2000. 134 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners, else very good. $90.00

5. Bennett, James. Overland Journey to California:  Journal of James Bennett Whose Party Left New Harmony in 1850 and Crossed the Plains and Mountains Until the Golden West Was Reached. Glen Adams, 1988. 90 pages. Slight wear else very good condition. $18.00

6. Bennett, William P. THE FIRST BABY IN CAMP: A FULL ACCOUNT OF THE SCENES AND ADVENTURES DURING THE PIONEER DAYS OF `49. Salt Lake City: Rancher Publishing Co. , 1893. 68 pages. Tan printed wrappers. Light wear to the edges of the covers. Slight soiling to the edges of the wrappers. A couple of small tears to the paper on the spine edges. Overall near very good. $75.00

7. Bidwell, John. Echoes of the Past: An Account of the First Emigrant Train to California, Fremont in the Conquest of California, the Discovery of Gold and Early Reminiscences. Chico, California: Chico Advertiser, 1914. 91 pages. 1914 first edition. Remarkably well-reserved. Original light green printed wrappers with stapled binding. There is a slight chipping to the paper at the top of the spine and the smaller chip at the bottom of the spine. A couple of very small stain marks on the back cover. No chips or tears to the front and back covers of the wrappers or any of the pages. The pages have browned from age and from the type of paper used in printing the book. Some of the text pages and the front cover have a slight, barely discernible, crease to the upper right corner. A scarce and important first edition by this prominent California gold rush pioneer. $44.00

8. Birney, Hoffman. Grim Journey: The Story of the Adventures of the Emigrating Company Known As the Donner Party. Minton Balch & Co., 1934. 275 pages. 1934 second printing. Some shelf wear to binding. Dt jacket has some wear to the edges and a few small chips to the edges. $8.50

9. Brown, Randy &  Reg Duffin. Graves and Sites on the Oregon and California Trails. Oregon California Trails Assn, 1998. 145 pages. Glossy softbound covers show light wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy of a scarce title. $89.50

10. Bryant, Edwin. WHAT I SAW IN CALIFORNIA: BEING THE JOURNAL OF A TOUR, BY THE EMIGRANT ROUTE AND SOUTH PASS OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS. Minneapolis: Ross & Haines, 1967. Very good condition in dust jacket with slight wear and small chips to the edges. Reprint edition. $15.00

11. Cannon, George Q. A Trip to California: From Salt Lake Valley to the California Gold-fields in 1849. 1000. Softbound covers show light wear to the edges. $8.95

12. Clark, Keith & Lowell Tiller. Terrible Trail: The Meek Cutoff, 1845. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1967. 244 pages. Some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The top right edge of the covers and pages have dampstaining from water contact. The pages have a slight wave at that spot, but it only affects a small portion of the pages at the edges. $15.00

13. Clark, Sterling B.F. How Many Miles from St. Jo? The Log of Sterling B.F. Clark, a Forty-Niner, and a brief Autobiography of James Phelan, 1819-1892. San Francisco: Taylor & Taylor, 1929. 56 pages. Some wear to the spine edges. The corners are rubbed through. Binding is tight. $14.00

14. Cleland, Robert Glass. Pathfinders. Powell Publishing Company, 1929. 452 pages. Red pebbled cloth covers. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped.  $10.50

15. Codman, John. The Round Trip, By Way of Panama, Through California, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, and Colorado with Notes on Railroads, Commerce, Agriculture, Mining, Scenery, and People. G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1879. 1879 edition. Green cloth covers show wear and rubbing to the spine edges, with the corners slightly bumped. Some discoloration and small soiled spots to the covers. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. A solid copy. $49.50

16. Cooke, Lucy Rutledge. Crossing the Plains in 1852: Narrative of a Trip from Iowa to the  Land of the Gold. Glen Adams, 1988. 146 pages. Brown hardback covers are in very good condition. A beautiful facsimile edition of the rare 1895 first edition. $74.50

17. Couts, Cave Johnson & Henry F. Dobyns. Hepah, California! The Journal of Cave Johnson Couts from Monterey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico to Los Angeles, California During the Years 1848-1849. Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society, . Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. $58.00

18. Crawford, Charles Howard. Scenes of Earlier Days in Crossing the Plains to Oregon, and Experiences of Western Life. Ye Galleon Pr, 1999. 186 pages. Blue softbound covers show light wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. This is a facsimile reprint of the rare 1898 first edition. $32.50

19. Cummins, Sarah J. Autobiography and Reminiscences. Ye Galleon Press, 1988. 92 pages. Slight wear else very good condition. $13.25

20. Delafosse, Peter, Korns, J. Roderic Korns and Dale Morgan. WEST FROM FORT BRIDGER. Together with TRAILING THE PIONEERS. Two volume boxed deluxe set. Limited to 300 sets signed. Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press, 1994. Both volumes in VG condition in fine slipcase.  Both volumes are limited to 300 copies and both are signed by all authors and contributors. "West From Fort Bridger" is signed by Harold Schindler and Will Bagley. "Trailing the Pioneers" is signed by all of the contributors; Peter H. DeLafosse, Steven K. Madsen, Roy D. Tea, Jack B. Tykal, Rush Spedden, Will Bagley, and Harold Schindler.   $100.00

21. Dickson, Albert Jerome Dickson, Arthur Jerome,. Covered Wagon Days: A Journey Across the Plains in the Sixties, and Pioneer Days in the Northwest. The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1929. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. The spine has some light discolored spots. $60.00

22. Dorris, Jonathan Truman &  Dorris Truman. The Oregon Trail. Ye Galleon Pr, 1973. 80 pages. Glossy hardback covers in very good condition. $12.50

23. Drumheller, Dan. Uncle Dan Drumheller Tells Thrills of Western Trails in 1854. Ye Galleon Pr, 1985. 129 pages. $18.00

24. Dundass, Samuel R. &  George Keller. The Journal of Samuel Rutherford Dundass Crossing the Plains to California in 1849. Glen Adams, 1983. 106 pages. Slight shelf wear to cover, pencil underlining on many pages. $8.00

25. Eldredge, John. Illustrated Emigrants' Guide to the Historic Sites Along the Hastings/Mormon Trail. Fort Bridger to the Salt Lake Valley. Salt Lake City: TrailBuff.com Press, 2005. 179 pages. Signed by the author. Glossy softbound covers in very good condition. $55.00

26. Elliot, Thomson C. The Earliest Travelers on the Oregon Trail. Ye Galleon Pr, 1975. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $38.50

27. Falbo, Ernest. California and Overland Diaries of Count Leonetto Cipriani from 1853 through 1871:  Containing kthe Account of His Cattle Drive From Missouri to California in 1853; a Visit With Brigham Young in the Mormon Settlement of Salt Lake City. The Champoeg Press, 1962. Some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. $45.00

28. Fish, Joseph-editor. Pioneers of the Southwest and Rocky Mountain Regions. Folume V(5)-Mormon Migrations and Related Events. Published by editor, 1972. Volume 5 only of the set. There is scattered underlining to about 60 pages of text. Shelf wear and some fading to the binding. $20.00

29. Fletcher, Jack E. & Patricia K.A. Fletcher. Cherokee Trail Diaries. Volume III (3)-1851-1900: Emigrants, Goldseekers, Cattle Drives and Outlaws. Sequim, Washington: Privately Printed, 2001. 445 pages. Signed by both authors. This is the softbound edition. Glossy softbound covers. Fine condition. $43.95

30. Fletcher, Patricia K. &  Jack E. Fletcher. Cherokee Trail Diaries. Volumes I & II bound together.  Volume I-1849, A New Route to the California Gold Fields. Volume II-1850, Another New Route to the California Gold Fields. Sequim, Washington: Fletcher Family Foundation, 1999. 418 pages. Signed by both authors. This is the hardback edition. Fine condition. $62.50

31. Flint, Thomas &  Waldermar Westergaard. Diary of Dr. Thomas Flint California to Maine and Return 1851-1855. San Benito County Historical Society, 1987. 113 pages. Original printed wrappers. There is some wear to the spine edges. The back cover has a couple of tears and some creases to the edges. The pages are clean. Includes a fold-out map of the route. $45.00

32. Fowler, Harlan. Camels to California. Stanford University Press, 1950. Some shelf wear. Dust jacket has some chips and tears to the edges. $14.00

33. Franzwa, Gregory M. Maps of the Oregon Trail. Patrice Press, 1982. 287 pages. Light wear to the binding. The dust jacket is in very good condition. This is an ex-library copy, but one wouldn't know it by the appearance. There is only one small library ink stamp on the front endpage and a remnant of a library barcode label inside the back endpaper. The fore-edges of the text block also have a faint library ink stamp. The dust jacket is clean and bright. The definitive work on the topic. $58.00

34. Franzwa, Gregory M. MAPS OF THE OREGON TRAIL. Signed by the author. Gerald, Missouri: The Patrice Press, 1982. Signed by the author, with a warm inscription to a colleague. Very good condition in lightly edge-worn dust jacket. $150.00

35. Frush, William H. The Overland Diary: Detailing His Trip across the Plains to Oregon. Ye Galleon Pr, 1988. 79 pages. Ye Galleon Press edition. Decorated hardback covers in very good condition. $65.00

36. Gardner, A. Dudley. HISTORIC INVESTIGATIONS OF THE BEAR RIVER DIVIDE SEGMENT OF THE OREGON TRAIL. Rock Springs, Wyoming: Western Wyoming College, 1987. Large softbound covers show light wear to the edges. With map packets bound in the back inside cover of the book. All maps are present. $25.00

37. Garrard, Lewis H. Wah-To-Yah and The Taos Trail.  University of Oklahoma Press, 1955. 298 pages. Shelf wear to the binding. The dust jacket has a few small tears and chips to the edges. $9.50

38. Gregg, J.R. A HISTORY OF THE OREGON TRAIL, SANTA FE TRAIL, AND OTHER TRAILS. Portland, Oregon: Binfords & Mort, Publishers, 1955. 313 pages. Shelf wear to binding. In edge-worn d.j. with a tape-repaired vertical strip across the front panel. $13.50

39. Hafen, Leroy R. Overland Routes to the Gold Fields, 1859 from Contemporary Diaries. Arthur H. Clark, 1942. Ex-library copy, with library marks at the bottom of the spine and library label inside the front cover. Quite a bit of wear to the spine edges, with fading to the spine. The corners are worn and rubbed through. The front hinge is cracked and slightly pulling away, but still holding. The binding is tight. The foldout map at the end of the book is still present in very good condition. $15.00

40. Hafen, Leroy R. JOURNALS OF FORTY-NINERS, SALT LAKE TO LOS ANGELES: WITH DIARIES AND CONTEMPORARY RECORDS OF SHELDON YOUNG, JAMES S. BROWN, JACOB Y. STOVER, CHARLES C. RICH, ADDISON PRATT, HOWARD EGAN, HENRY W. BIGLER AND OTHERS. Glendale, Calif.: Arthur H. Clark, 1954. 333 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners.  $28.00

41. Hafen, Leroy R. And Hafen W. TO THE ROCKIES AND OREGON, 1839-1842. Volume III (3) in the Far West and Rockies Series. Glendale, California: Arthur H. Clark, 1960. 315 pages. Ex-library, with labels on labels inside the covers. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Binding is tight. $33.00

42. Harmon, Appleton Milo. Appleton Milo Harmon Goes West. Berkeley, California: The Gillick Press, 1946. 208 pages. 1946 printing. Some wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners.  The corners are slightly bumped. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. This is one of a limited edition of 1000 copies. $110.00

43. Harris, Sarah Hollister. An Unwritten Chapter of Salt Lake, 1851-1901. New York: Privately Printed, 1901. 89 pages. Flexible green cloth covers. The corners are bumped and there is some wear to the edges of the spine. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. A rare privately printed title. Flake 3867. The author was the wife of the first Secretary of Utah Territory, appointed by the Federal government. She had read and heard many negative reports of the Mormons before coming West, and had no high opinion of the them. Her overland writings are interlaced with a fear of being attacked or destroyed by Mormons or Mormons disguised as Indians. A rare publication. $450.00

44. Henderson, Paul C. LANDMARKS ON THE OREGON TRAIL. Great signed copy. New York: The Westerners, 1953. 61 pages. Ex-library, with labels on spine and a small label on the top of the front cover and labels inside the front cover. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Ers. Binding is tight. $59.50

45. Hixon, Adrietta Applegate &  Adrietta Applegate &  Hixon Applegate. On to Oregon. Ye Galleon Press, 1987. 110 pages. Near fine condition. Limited edition of 500 copies. $24.75

46. Hulbert, Archer Butler-editor. Letters of an Overland Mail Agent in Utah. Massachusetts: American Antiquarian Society, 1929. 78 pages. Original light green printed wrappers. There is some tape repair on the front cover where it was torn away and taped back in place with non-archival tape. Another tape repair the bottom of the front cover. Light wear to the covers. A clean and tight copy. Scarce. $75.00

47. Hutchings, J. M. & Shirley Sargent. SEEKING THE ELEPHANT, 1849, JAMES MASON HUTCHINGS ' JOURNAL OF HIS OVERLAND TREK TO CALIFORNIA, INCLUDING HIS VOYAGE TO AMERICA, 1848, AND LETTERS FROM THE MOTHER LODE. California: Arthur H Clark, 1981. 209 pages. Light shelf wear. A clean and tight copy. $38.00

48. Hutchison, Daniel J. & Larry R. Jones. EMIGRANT TRAILS OF SOUTHERN IDAHO. Idaho State Historical Society, 1993. 229 pages. Spiral-bound softcover binding. Light wear to the edges, else very good condition. $30.00

49. Idaho Dept of Highways. Route of the Oregon Trail in Idaho. [n.p.[: Idaho Dept of Highways, 1963. 32 pages. 1963 printing. Color illustrated paper covers with stapled binding. Nice map illustrations throughout. The top right edge of the front cover has a crease from being folded over. $25.00

50. Idaho Historical Society. Route of the Oregon Trail in Idaho. From Thomas Fork Valley at the Wyoming State Line Westward to Fort Boise at the Oregon State Line. Boise, Idaho: Idaho Historical Society, 1974. 20 pages. Oblong softbound covers. Slight wear to the edges, but overall very good condition. $37.50

51. Johnston, William G. OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA. Oakland, California: Biobooks, 1948. Some shelf wear to spine edges and corners. Iimited edition of 1000 copies. $11.50

52. Kautz, August V. Missouri to Oregon in 1860. Ye Galleon Pr, 1996. Softbound covers show light wear. A very good condition copy. $13.25

53. Kelly, Charles. SALT DESERT TRAILS: A HISTORY OF THE HASTINGS CUTOFF AND OTHER EARLY TRAILS WHICH CROSSED THE GREAT SALT DESERT SEEKING A SHORTER ROAD TO CALIFORNIA. Salt Lake City: Western Printing, 1930. 178 pages. 1930 first edition. Semi-flexible cloth covers show some wear and rubbing. A clean and tight copy in near very good condition. Scarce first edition of this classic overland trails history. $68.00

54. Korns, J. Roderic &  Harold Schindler &  Dale Morgan. West From Fort Bridger. The Pioneering of Immigrant Trails Across Utah, 1846-1850 Utah State University Press, 1995. Glossy softbound covers in fine condition. $7.00

55. Kowrach, Edward J. Journal of a Catholic Bishop on the Oregon Trail: The Overland Crossing of the Rt. Rev. A. M. A. Blanchet, Bishop of Walla Walla, from Montreal to Oregon Territory, March 23, 1847 to January 23, 1851. Ye Galleon Press, 1979. 190 pages. Signed by author Edward Kowrach. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Slight rubbing to the spine title. A clean and tight copy. $45.00

56. Lenox, Edward Henry. Overland to Oregon. Ye Galleon Press, Fairfield, 1970. Slight wear to the binding is. There is pencil underlining to about twelve text pages. $17.50

57. Little, James A. FROM KIRTLAND TO SALT LAKE CITY. Salt Lake City: Juvenile Instructor Office, 1890. 260 pages. 1890 first edition. Original Brown cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The corners are slightly bumped and starting to rub through. Former library label removal marks on the spine and there is a portion of residue of the library label inside the front cover of the book and the remnant of a library card pocket inside the back cover. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. An important Mormon pioneer overland narrative. $55.00

58. Lockley, Fred. Captain Sol. Tetherow, Wagon Train Master. Ye Galleon Press, 1970. Softbound covers with stapled binding. A small discolored spot on the back cover. Overall very good condition. $28.00

59. Lockley, Fred. Recollections of Benjamin Franklin Bonney. Ye Galleon Press, 1971. Softbound covers show light wear. Overall near very good condition. $28.00

60. Lockley, Fred. To Oregon by Ox Team in 1847. Shorey Pubns, 1996. Softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers. Limited to 200 copies. $28.00

61. Longsworth, Basil Nelson. Memorandum of Thoughts, Reflections & Transactions. Ye Galleon Press, 1972. Softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers. Heavy pencil underlining on many pages of text. $16.50

62. Loomis, Leander V. A JOURNAL OF THE BIRMINGHAM EMIGRATING COMPANY. The Record of a trip from Birmingham, Iowa, to Sacramento, California, in 1850. Salt Lake City: Legal Printing Company, 1928. 198 pages. Rebound in later cloth. Slight shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. $24.50

63. Lynch, James. With Stevenson To California Oakland, California: Biobooks, 1954. Slight shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. $18.50

64. Maxwell, William Audley. CROSSING THE PLAINS, DAY OF 57: A NARRATIVE OF EARLY EMIGRANT TRAVEL TO CALIFORNIA BY THE OX TEAM METHOD. San Francisco: Sunset Publishing House, 1915. 179 pages. Ex-library, entirely rebound in orange library buckram, with labels on spine and a small label on the top of the front cover and labels inside the front cover. Shelf wear to the spine and corners. Binding is tight. $12.45

65. McClintock, Walter. Old Indian Trails. Houghton Mifflim, 1923. Pictoria reddish brown cloth covers show shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. $22.50

66. McClure, A.K. Three Thousand Miles Through the Rocky Mountains Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co, 1869. 456 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped and rubbed through. There are some faded and discolored spots to the edges of the covers. Includes a section and commentary on Salt Lake City and the Mormons. $175.00

67. McDiarmid, Finley. Letters to My Wife. Ye Galleon Pr, 1997. 104 pages. Slight wear else very good condition. $125.00

68. McKee, Ruth Karr. Mary Richardson Walker, Her Book. The Third White Woman to Cross the Rockies Caxton Printers, ltd, 1945. 357 pages. Green cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Slight fading to the color of the binding. The dust jacket has chips to the edges and folds and one piece missing in the middle of the paper spine. The jacket is still presentable. $11.25

69. McNeil, Samuel. Mc'Neils Travels In 1849 to, Through and from the Gold Regions, In California. YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1958. 1958 facsimile reprint of the rare 1850 original edition. Light brown paper covers show light wear. A couple of small faded spots to the top inside edges of the front and back covers from pencil erasure, otherwise very good. $55.00

70. Meeker, Ezra. OX-TEAM DAYS ON THE OREGON TRAIL. New York: World Book, 1922. 1922 edition. Spine and edges shelf-worn. Ilight fading to the covers. $20.00

71. Michael F. Hanley IV. Journal of Michael F. Hanley IV:  Serving as Wagon Master of the Anniversary of The Applegate Trail, 30 August to 3 October, 1996. Owyhee Publishing, 1999. 68 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $22.00

72. Morgan, Dale L. West From Fort Bridger: The Pioneering of the Immigrant Trails Across Utah, 1846-1850. Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press, 1994. 328 pages. VG in VG d.j. $12.00

73. Morgan, Dale L.. Overland in 1846. Set of 2 volumes. University of Nebraska Press, 1993. 825 pages. Two volume set in near fine condition. $49.50

74. Muench, Joyce Rockwood. THE KILGORE JOURNAL OF AN OVERLAND JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN THE YEAR 1850. From the Original Manuscript of Wiloliam H. Kilgore. New York: Hastings House, 1949. 63 pages. Very good condition in slightly edge-worn slipcase. Limited edition of 1,000 copies. A beautiful copy. $55.00

75. Mumey, Nolie. Anselm Holcomb Barker, 1822-1895: Pioneer Builder and Early Settler of Auraria. Golden Bell Press, 1959. Signed, limited to 500 copies. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. $34.00

76. Napton, William B. OVER THE SANTA FE TRAIL 1857. Santa Fe, New Mexico: Stagecoach Press, 1964. 73 pages. This is the Wagonmaster edition, limited to 99 copies. Ex-library, with labels on spine and a small label on the top of the front cover and labels inside the front cover. Light wear to the spine and corners. Binding is tight. $75.00

77. National Park Service. DRAFT ELIGIBILITY-FEASIBILITY STUDY & ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT. California & Pony Express Trails. MO-IA-NE-KS-CO-WY-UT-ID-NV-OR. Washington, DC: U. S. Dept. of the Interior, 1987. Some shelf wear. Corners bumped. Softbound covers. Some Underlining. Scarce. Covers have light soiling. Includes dozens of fold-out maps. A great reference book on the California and Pony Express Trails. $18.75

78. Nelson, Amanda Wimpy. My sister and I. Ye Galleon Press, 1973. 38 pages. Light wear to the edges of the binding. Limited to 300 copies. $22.50

79. Parrish, Edward Evans. Diary of Rev. Edward Evans Parrish Crossing the Plains in 1844. Ye Galleon Pr, 1987. 44 pages. Softbound covers. Some wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $14.95

80. Peterson, Charles S., John F. Yurtinus. Mormon Battalion Trail Guide. Salt Lake City: Utah State Historical Society, 1972. Spiral-bound glossy softcover binding. Slight wear to the covers, else near very good condition. Owner's name written in ink at the top of the front cover. $17.00

81. Phillips, Paul C.-editor. FORTY YEARS ON THE FRONTIER AS SEEN IN THE JOURNALS AND REMINISCENCES OF GRANVILLE STUART, GOLD MINER, TRADER, MERCHANT, RANCHER AND POLITICIAN. Glendale, California: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1957. 265 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $40.00

82. Piercy, Frederick Hawkins. ROUTE FROM LIVERPOOL TO GREAT SALT LAKE VALLEY. Facsimile reprint of 1855 first edition. Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1957. 120 pages. Slight shelf wear. This is a facsimile edition of the 1855 rare first edition. With reprints of the beautiful original illustrations. $55.00

83. Pigman, Walter Griffith. The Journal of Walter Griffith Pigman. Walter G. Staley, 1942. 82 pages. Scarce. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Spine discolored, soiling to edges and cover. $125.00

84. Platt, P.L. and N. Slater. Travelers' Guide Across the Plains Upon the Overland Route to California. John Howell Books, 1963. Signed by Dale Morgan, who wrote the introduction to this book. With original publisher's prospectus. Slight shelf wear, else VG. $42.50

85. Powers, Mary Rockwood. A Woman's Overland Journal to California. Ye Galleon Pr, 1987. 75 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners, else very good. $35.00

86. Pringle, O M. Magic River Deschutes & Experience of an Emigrant. 1970. Softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers. $10.00

87. Purcell, Polly Jane. Autobiography and Reminiscences of a Pioneer. Ye Galleon Press, 1974. Maroon hardback covers in very good condition. $117.50

88. Rasmussen, Louis J. California Wagon Train Lists. Volume 1-April 5, 1849 to October 20, 1852. San Francisco: San Francisco Historic Records, 1994. 327 pages. Very good in very good dust jacket. A scarce title. $66.50

89. Root, Riley. Journal of Travels from St. Josephs to Oregon: With Observations of That Country, Together With Some Description of California, its Agricultural Interests, and a Full Description of its Gold Mines. Biobooks, 1955. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Limited to 500 copies. $24.00

90. Root, Virginia V. Following the Pot of Gold at the Rainbow's End in the Days of 1850. The Bancroft Library, University of California, 1983. Green paper covers. The spine has a strip of white tape over it, also covering an inch or so of the front and back covers. The pamphlet has very little wear. $15.00

91. Scott, Mary Hurlburt. The Oregon Trail through Wyoming; A century of history, 1812-1912. Powder River Publishers, 1958. 155 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. Limited to 750 copies. $40.00

92. Shephard, J. S. Journal of Travel Across the Plains to California, and Guide to the Future Emigrant. Glen Adams, 1989. 53 pages. Very good condition. $12.95

93. Toponce, Alexander. REMINISCENCES OF ALEXANDER TOPONCE, PIONEER, 1839-1923. Ogden, Utah: Privately Printed, 1923. 1923 first edition. Red embossed cloth is worn at the spine and corners. The text block has a few cracked spots, but the pages are still firmly attached and the binding is tight. Scarce in first edition. An excellent autobiographical account of this 19th-century overland freighter headquarted in Ogden, Utah. Nice copy of this scarce privately printed book. Toponce was a freighter & businessman in Ogden, Utah in the 19th century. Toponce was involved in placer mining, freighting, owned a stage line, and operated numerous other business ventures in Wyoming, Utah, Montana, Nevada, and New Mexico. $75.00

94. U.S. Department of the Interior. Emigrant Trails of Southeastern Idaho. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of the Interior, 1976. 157 pages. Softbound covers show some wear to the edges and light soiling. Some discoloration to the top of the front cover. A clean and tightly bound copy. Numerous maps and photographic illustrations throughout. $19.95

95. Udell, John. John Udell Journal, Kept During a Trip Across the Plains. Los Angeles: N.A. Kovach, 1946. 87 pages. Slight wear to the binding. A clean and tight copy. $20.00

96. Ware, Joseph E. &  John Walton Caughey. The Emigrants' Guide to California.  Da Capo Pr, 1972. 63 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. $29.50

97. Wheat, Carl I. Pioneer Visitors to Death Valley After the Forty-Niners. California Historical Society, 1939. 22 pages. Softbound covers. Wear and rubbing to the edges. Chips and tears the top of the spine and edges of the front cover. Some repair with archival tape to tears. $75.00

98. White, William. The Oregon, California, and Mormon Trails By Air: A Pilot's Guide to the Immigrant Trails. North Logan, Utah: Western Airtrails, 1997. 215 pages. Glossy softbound covers in very good condition. $7.50

99. Whiteley, Lee. The Cherokee Trail: Bent's Old Fort to Fort Bridger. Leroy a Whiteley, 1999. 162 pages. Glossy softbound covers show light wear to the edges. A clean and tight copy. $5.95

100. Will Bagley-editor. The Pioneer Camp of the Saints: The 1846 and 1847 Mormon Trail Journals of Thomas Bullock. Kingdom in the West. Volume 1. Spokane: Arthur H Clark, 1997. 393 pages. Very good condition. This edition, which was issued as part of the Kingdom in the West  series, was issued without dust jacket. $14.00

101. Williams, Joseph. NARRATIVE OF A TOUR FROM THE STATE OF INDIANA TO THE OREGON TERRITORY IN THE YEARS 1841-2. Fairfield, Washington: Ye Galleon Press, 1977. 62 pages. Some shelf wear to the edges of the covers and slight discoloration to the white covers. $90.00

102. Winther, Oscar Osburn & Gail Thornbrough-editors. To Oregon in 1852: Letter of Dr. Thomas White La Grange County, Indiana, Emigrant. Indiana Historical Society, 1964. Softbound covers show light wear to the edges. Overall near very good condition. $6.50

103. Wizlizenus, Frederick. A Journey to the Rocky Mountains in 1839. Ye Galleon Pr, 1989. Green hardback covers in near fine condition. $13.95

104. Wood, Dean Earl. THE OLD SANTA FE TRAIL FROM THE MISSOURI RIVER. Kansas City: E. L. Mendenhall, 1951. 272 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine and corners, else near very good. Faint ex-library marks on the spine and former library bookplate inside front cover.  A scarce title. Scarce. $19.00

105. Young, Charles E.. Dangers of the Trail. Press of W. F. Humphrey, 1912. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. $55.00

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