1 edition of stagecoach found in the catalog.
|Statement||by George Estes.|
|Contributions||Estes, George, inscriber., Vincent, W. D. former owner., Pacific Northwest History Collection.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 409 p. :|
|Number of Pages||409|
He escaped with intentions to avenge their deaths by killing the no-good Plummers. She was only the second woman in the United States and the first African American woman to serve in that role. She drove the route with horses and a mule named Moses. Thousands of films have followed Stagecoach's path, but no has ever improved on its formula. For eight years, Fields protected and delivered the mail.
Passengers were also allowed to ride on top. Often braving terrible weather, pitted roads, treacherous terrain, and Indian and bandit attacks, the stagecoach lines valiantly carried on during westward expansion, despite the hazards. Only in his final film, "Cheyenne Autumn" did he come around to more humane ideas. Lucy Mallory Louise Platt a pregnant young bride, the wife of an Army cavalry officer en route to his post Buck Rickabaugh Andy Devine Marshal Curley Wilcox George Bancroft a Marshal riding shotgun the Ringo Kid John Wayne in a breakthrough role a rugged, escaped outlaw, who is picked up on the road shortly after the coach's departure They act out in their relationships their representative social types.
Suppose you could put one on credit? Advertisement Despite the familiarity of these conventions, "Stagecoach" holds our attention effortlessly and is paced with the elegance of a symphony. Born Mary Fields in aroundFields was born into slavery, and like many other enslaved people, her exact date of birth is not known. The genteel Lucy gasps about one of the men, named Hatfield John Carradinethat she notices outside the hotel - he's a white-hatted, shady, former Confederate officer turned cardsharp gambler: "Who is that gentleman? The Ringo Kid, Wayne's character, is a wanted murderer being taken to prison by a U.
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In this film - actually a morality play, each of the characters are representative, archetypal character types, divided initially between respectable and disrespectable social outcasts.
Further along the road, the stage comes across the Ringo Kid, stranded after his horse has gone lame. May 25, auto-inserted New book by the New Hampshire Historical Society presenting an overview of the history of this company and the art and science of coach decoration. She drove the route with horses and a mule named Moses.
I am trying to get it printed again - but no guarantees. What did Welles learn from it? These items will also be found in the other pages - but this will sum it up on one page as best as I can.
For more of the first had history of the stage coach routes and drivers. InFields got word that the beloved nun was gravely ill, and headed to Montana to help her.
You will see saloons, corrals, vast landscape, camp fires, and the U. She met trains with mail, then drove her stagecoach over rocky, rough roads and through snow and inclement weather.
And though she intimidated would-be thieves with her height and her tough demeanor, she became beloved by locals, who praised her generosity and her kindness to children.
This is a very civilized Western. The genteel Lucy gasps about one of the men, named Hatfield John Carradinethat she notices outside the hotel - he's a white-hatted, shady, former Confederate officer turned cardsharp gambler: "Who is that gentleman?
The book is out of print - but I have found a few copies with the dust jackets. That was a studio shot. As the first African American woman to carry mail, she stood out on the trail—and became a Wild West legend.
He is keenly interested in the ample supply of whiskey samples from the man's small case. Upon seeing her distress, gambler and Southern gentleman Hatfield offers his protection to Mrs.Stagecoach West is a comprehensive history of stagecoaching west of the Missouri.
Starting with the evolution of overland passenger transportation, Moody moves on to paint a lively and informative picture of western stagecoaching, from its early short runs through its rise with the gold rush, its 3/5(1).
An engaging short story published in Collier's April 10th, edition. I found it noteworthy in that having never traveled by Stagecoach. The prejudices amongst the passengers adhered to the culture of the time (and often the same today)/5.
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