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"Draws on eyewitness accounts to tell the story of the fabled Santa Fe Trail"
For nearly half a century, the Santa Fe Trail served as an avenue of exchange, where transactions ranged from friendly give-and-take to guarded trade to lethal attempts to settle scores. In 1846, the trail became the means for American seizure of Mexican territory--yet the economic and cultural exchanges continued even in the midst of war. "In Bound for Santa Fe," Stephen G. Hyslop draws on eyewitness accounts to retrace the journey from Missouri to New Mexico, weaving together nearly one hundred accounts by scores of people who traveled the trail.
Title: Bound For Santa Fe: The Road To New Mexico and the American Conquest, 1806-1848
Illustrator: Reg. Price: $34.95
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press: c2002
ISBN Number: 0806133899
ISBN Number 13: 9780806133898
Book Details: 528 pages, map, hardback, University of Oklahoma Press
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 133899
Description: For almost half a century, the Santa Fe Trail served as an avenue for both peaceful and violent exchange. Stephen G. Hyslop uses eyewitness accounts to explore the Santa Fe Trail's evolving role in the relationships among Americans, Mexicans, and Plains Indians.
“Hyslop shows in his meticulously researched and adroitly written history…his apt visualization of the Santa Fe Trail.” Dallas Morning News