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8 edition of Adventures in the Santa Fé trade, 1844-1847 found in the catalog.

Adventures in the Santa Fé trade, 1844-1847

by James Josiah Webb

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  • 17 Currently reading

Published by University of Nebraska Press in Lincoln .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Santa Fe National Historic Trail.,
  • Chihuahua Trail.,
  • Southwest, New,
  • Mexico,
  • Mexico.,
  • Southwest, New.
    • Subjects:
    • Webb, James Josiah, 1818-1889,
    • Frontier and pioneer life -- Mexico,
    • Frontier and pioneer life -- Southwest, New,
    • Santa Fe National Historic Trail,
    • Chihuahua Trail,
    • Southwest, New -- History -- To 1848,
    • Mexico -- Commerce -- History -- 19th century

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby James Josiah Webb ; edited by Ralph P. Bieber ; introduction to the Bison Book edition by Mark L. Gardner.
      ContributionsBieber, Ralph P. 1894-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF786 .W36 1995
      The Physical Object
      Pagination301 p. :
      Number of Pages301
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1117481M
      ISBN 100803297726
      LC Control Number94043638
      OCLC/WorldCa31708099

      Book Review: Adventures in the Santa Fe Trade (James Josiah Webb): ADVENTURES IN THE SANTA FE TRADE When New Mexico was still part of Mexico, some American traders found wealth by bringing much-needed American goods to Santa Fe from Missouri along the Santa Fe Trail (see “Santa Fe Trail. 3. James Aull, "Letter Book," January 3, to Febru Entry dated November 3, 4. James J. Webb, Adventures in the Santa Fe Trade, (Volume 1, The Southwest Historical Series, ed. by Ralph P. Bieber, Glendale, California, ), pp. 42 and Webb Mentions the fact that Owens occasionally sent goods on his own.

      Santa Fé was a major shipping point between the United States and the interior of Mexico. In the late s, an estimated four million dollars of U.S. trade passed through Santa Fé, most of it routed from Saint Louis. It was thought that if a military road was built to the city, trade . Adventures in the Santa Fe Trade, $ Add to cart; Navajo Expedition: Journal of a Military Reconnaissance from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to the Navaho Country, Made in $ Add to cart; The Santa Fe Trail: From Independence, Missouri to Santa Fe, New Mexico $ Add to cart; Santa Fe & Taos: A History in Postcards $

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Adventures in the Santa Fé trade, 1844-1847 by James Josiah Webb Download PDF EPUB FB2

Adventures in the Santa Fe Trade Webb, James Josiah, Bieber, Ralph P., Gardner, Mark L.: : by: 4. Adventures in the Santa Fe Trade, by James Josiah Webb, Paperback | Barnes & Noble® James Josiah Webb left Independence, Missouri, in the summer of and headed down the Santa Fe Trail with goods bought in St.

: UNP - Bison Books. About the Book James Josiah Webb left Independence, Missouri, in the summer of and headed down the Santa Fe Trail with goods bought in St. Louis. Although his first venture as a trader was a failure, he eventually made a fortune as a merchant in Santa Fe.

Adventures in the Santa Fé trade. [James Josiah Webb; Ralph P Bieber] -- Webb began transporting goods for sale to Santa F́é in He developed a successful trade which he.

Adventures in the Santa Fé trade, [James Josiah Webb; Ralph P Bieber; Mark Lee Gardner] -- It is a story of stirring adventure, of hardship and of financial losses and profits. Webb was an unusual man, as were most of the traders of his day and since, and though thirty years elapsed from.

ADVENTURES IN THE SANTA FE TRADE When New Mexico was still part of Mexico, some American traders found wealth by bringing much-needed American goods to Santa Fe from Missouri along the Santa Fe Trail (see “Santa Fe Trail Trade” in the August issue of Wild West).

During that period (), a man named Josiah Gregg made at least four trips to Santa Fe and wrote about. Title: Adventures in the Santa Fe Trade Author Name: Webb, James Josiah Categories: Commerce, Publisher: Bison Books: ISBN Number: ISBN Number Binding: Paperback Book Condition: Very Good Seller ID: ZZ2.

While not exactly filled with tales of high adventure or edge of your seat drama, it is a good character study of relationships between Americans, Mexicans and Native Americans.

The chapters on his trading venture during war time Mexico are very insightful and gives the reader a feeling for what it must have been like going through those tense and turbulent times of political unrest.

Adventures in the Santa Fe Trade, James Josiah Webb left Independence, Missouri, in the summer of and headed down the Santa Fe Trail with goods bought in St. Louis. Although his first venture as a trader was a failure, he eventually made a fortune as. Adventures in the Santa Fe Trade (A Bison Book) Webb, James Josiah/Bieber, Ralph P.

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A book that has been read but is in good condition. Very minimal damage to the cover including scuff marks, but no holes or Seller Rating: % positive. BINDING: Red Cloth - Gilt Spine Title James Josiah Webb left Independence, Missouri, in the summer of and headed down the Santa Fe Trail with goods bought in St.

Louis. Although his first venture as a trader was a failure, he eventually made a fortune as a merchant in Santa Fe. Description James J. Webb was a merchant and his writing provides many details of the trade with New Mexico and beyond, ; paper cover.

The acquisition of Louisiana by the United States marked a distinct era in the history of New this period the Spanish provinces had been isolated, as it were, from the rest of the world; but now that this enormous tract had become American territory it was impossible for the ancient barriers to remain, and within ten years from the date of the purchase, a fluctuating but steadily.

The dangers of trail life and the sense of adventure provoked by accounts of cultural confrontations encouraged some Americans to engage in travel or trade on the Santa Fe Trail. Many Americans were insatiably curious about the vast unknown western lands and what they viewed as the strange and exotic customs of the Mexican and Indian inhabitants.

Adventures in the Santa Fe Trade, by James Josiah Webb, Mark Lee Gardner (Goodreads Author) (Introduction) Ralph P.

Bieber (Editor)/5(6). Matt Field on the Santa Fe Trail (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, ), ; James Josiah Webb, Adventures in the Santa Fe Trade ), ed.

by Ralph P. Bieber (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, ), 58; The Beginning of the West, David K. Clapsaddle, The Dry Route Revisited," Overland Journal, 17 (Summer ), 77, Discount prices on books by Mark L Gardner, including titles like Interpreter.

Wagons for the Santa Fe Trade. Author: Mark L. Gardner. Paperback May List Price: Hardcover Sep List Price: $ Compare Prices. Adventures in the Santa Fe Trade, Author: James Josiah Webb, Ralph P. Bieber (Editor), Mark L. Gardner.

Adventures in the Santa Fe Trade, Edited by Ralph P. Bieber. Glendale, California: The Arthur Clark Company, Weber, David J. The Spanish Frontier in North America. New Haven: Yale University Press, Weber, David J. The Mexican Frontier. The Santa Fe Trail served primarily commercial functions. From the early s until the s, an average of eighty wagons and traders used the trail each year.

Mexican settlers in Santa Fe purchased cloth, hardware, glass, and books, much of which was later shipped south into central Mexico. ) Adventures in the Santa Fe Trade, Ralph P. Bieber (Eds.), Mark L. Gardner (introduction), James Josiah Webb [paperback] [English].See also Lt. W. B. Franklin's map, Barry, Beginning of the West, ; James Josiah Webb, Adventures in the Santa Fe Trade,The Southwest Historical Series, vol.

1 (Glendale, Calif.: Arthur H. Clark Co., ), Gregg's estimate of thirty-three miles between Pawnee Fork and Coon Creek is inaccurate.James J. Webb, Adventures in the Santa Fe Trade, (Volume 1, The Southwest Historical Series, ed.

by Ralph P. Bieber, Glendale, California, ), pp. 42 and Webb Mentions the fact that Owens occasionally sent goods on his own, but gives no estimate of the extent of this business.