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The Express Riders (Making of America)

Lee D. Willoughby

The Express Riders (Making of America)

by Lee D. Willoughby

  • 343 Want to read
  • 13 Currently reading

Published by Dell Publishing Company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Fiction - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages368
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10254124M
    ISBN 100440022495
    ISBN 109780440022497
    OCLC/WorldCa8943107

      Buy a cheap copy of Riders of the Pony Express book by Ralph Moody. Prior to the Civil War, the fastest mail between the West Coast and the East took almost thirty days by stagecoach along a southern route through Texas. Some Free shipping over $/5(5).   Informed by his intimate knowledge of horses and Western geography, Ralph Moody's exciting account of the eighteen critical months that the Pony Express operated between April and October pays tribute to the true grit and determination of the riders and horses of the Pony Express. Purchase the audio : UNP - Bison Books.

    Visscher’s book A Thrilling and Truthful History of the Pony Express was published in , nearly half a century after the Pony Express went out of business. Anyone wondering how the story of the Pony Express became muddled need only consider that it took half a century to write a book about the subject, and its author was a dubious chronicler. In his humorous American travelogue Roughing It, a favorite book of many to this day, Twain gave one of the most noteworthy descriptions of Pony Express riders, clothed differently than how they are popularly pictured. “The rider’s dress was thin, and fitted close; he wore a ‘round-about,’ and a skull-cap, and tucked his pantaloons into.

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The Express Riders (Making of America) by Lee D. Willoughby Download PDF EPUB FB2

Express Riders is an exciting, shoot’em up tale set in the old west. InWalter Burke and his two partners are forced to make their living as bounty hunters as a means to secure the financing necessary to buy the cattle ranch they’ve always dreamed of owning.4/5(2).

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We provide unprecedented travel experiences because we deliver top-notch service every time. The book tells the true story of each of the first pony express riders and the harrowing routes they rode between St. Joseph, MO and Sacramento, CA.

A very fast and interesting read, I would have finished this book in a single day if I hadn't selected it as a read-aloud book for my year old This book is wonderful!/5. Reveals some untold, or at least virtually unheard of stories of the courage and dedication of the riders of the Pony Express.

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We let you sort through Rider Express schedules and Rider Express bus ticket prices to find a deal suited to your individual needs/5(K). Pony Express Bible owned by the Society of California Pioneers. Overland Mail Company. The Pony Express route that the riders used went through the Territories of Utah, Nebraska and Kansas sharing relay stations with the Butterfield Overland Mail Company stagecoach line.

The Overland Mail Company eventually did take over the western portion of the Pony Express. Book Corner; Riders Wanted. Pony Express poster from the Smithsonian National Postal Museum. Official riders shall be members who are fourteen years of age or over, with a suitable horse, apparel and equipment.

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But it took all the riders to make this rigorous schedule happen. Meet a few of the notable riders: Johnny Fry. Johnny was born in Kentucky and moved with his family to Missouri when he was 16 years old. Because he was an accomplished horseman, Alexander Majors asked him to ride for the Pony Express.

The Pony Express was a mail service delivering messages, newspapers, and mail using relays of horse-mounted riders that operated from April 3, to Octo between Missouri and California in the United States of America. Operated by Central Overland California and Pike's Peak Express Company, the Pony Express was a great financial investment to the U.S.

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This colorful and accessible picture book recounts the day-to-day adventures of Pony Express riders on the first transcontinental mail delivery system, from St.

Joseph, MO, to Sacramento, CA. The book opens with a map of the overland route, a time line of major events in the Express’s short-lived history (), and a quote from Mark. James W. Brink, or “Dock” Brink as he was known to his associates, was one of the early riders, entering the employ of the Pony Express Company in April While “Dock” made a good record as a courier, his chief fame was gained in a fight at Rock Creek Station, in which Brink and Wild Bill Hickok “cleaned out” the McCanles Gang.

The riders of the Pony Express made $ a month, which was pretty good money for the time. They worked hard, riding in bad weather, rough terrain, and in dangerous situations. In order to keep the weight down that the horses had to carry, the riders had to weigh less than pounds.

The Famous "Pony Express Bible." One of a handful of surviving copies from the original issue ofdistributed by Russell, Majors & Waddell to the riders of the Pony Express. One of the partners, Alexander Majors, held deep religious beliefs, and insisted that all employees of the company, even Pony Express riders, honor the Sabbath.

The book starts with a brief history of why there was a need for the Pony Express and what it took to get it up and running. The majority of the book outlines the riders, routes and challenges of the first pony express ride. Their book lists Pony Express riders, based on evidence from eyewitness accounts, newspapers, census records, and other primary sources.

Lewin and Taylor also describe 61 Pony Express riders, many of whom came from Missouri, Illinois, Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania — and even Ireland and : Steve Greenwood.

Express riders on horseback delivered oral messages, letters, or documents before postal service and other means of communication were available. The term "express messenger" was used in England as early as.

PONY EXPRESS TRICK RIDERS. likes. Co-Owners Leanne Bruce-Clarke & Deborah Brennan are accompished Stunt Women in the Aust.

Film & Tv Industry since early'ng Performers, Horses and.In the not-so-distant past, being female meant that one was limited when it came to travel. When Delsie Radford tried to get to California in the book The Express Rider’s Lady, she needed an escort to ensure her safety.

Enter Myles Patton, the Pony Express rider hired for. Pony Express riders like this one were often glorified as adventurous and rugged.

Mark Twain famously described the horse and Pony Express rider in his book Roughing It. "HERE HE COMES," Twain wrote.