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Title: Crofutt’s trans-continental tourist’s guide : containing a full and authentic description of over five hundred cities, towns, villages, stations, government forts and camps, mountains, lakes, rivers, sulphur, soda and hot springs, scenery, watering places, summer resorts; where to look for and hunt the buffalo, antelope, deer, and other games; trout fishing, etc., etc. In fact, to tell you what is worth seeing – where to see it – where to go – how to go – and whom to stop with while passing over the Union Pacific Railroad, Central Pacific Railroad of Cal., their branches and connections by stage and water, from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean. Illustrated ..
Year: 1873 (1870s)
Authors: Crofutt, George A
Subjects: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Mormons
Publisher: New York : George A. Crofutt, Publisher
Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Brigham Young University

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—For Central American Ports on Pacific Coait-aUATAQCIL, CALLAO, VALPARAISO, and Inter-mediate Ports of PEBU and CHILLAt SAN FBANCIS. 0~ForSANDWICH ISLANDS, OBESON.BRITISH COLUMBIA, ALASKA, and NOBTH and SOUTH COAST of CALIFORNIA. For Rates of Passage, Datoa of Deiiarture, P;i«saf;o Tickets, orfurther information, ii]>]ily jit tiio Office, on the Wharf, Pier 42 North Eiver, foot of Canal Street, New York.F. R. BABV, Agrent, Or 1(, S. K. IIOLMAN. Acting Agent. Companys Wharf, cor. Firstand Hrannjin Streets, San J-raneisco. 10 SlITE mill AND THB GREAT OVERLAND RAILROAD, IN ALL II^IZKS. The Ursest assortment in tbe world, on EzhibitioD and sale at th« YO SEMITE GALLERY, No. 9 Montgomery Street, Lick House, SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.. BV THOMAS HOUSEWORTH & CO., LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHERS,And TICKET AGENTS for the travel to vu wmu nwM m big trees. Tourists are invited to visit this Establishm^t ^^*Catalogues of Views free to any address. Views ef anypan of the Pacific Coast made to order.

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HON. HORACE F. CLARK,PreHident of the Union Pacific Railrodd Company. office in Culurado, Wyominor, Montana,Utali, or Nevada, and only one or twoIQ each of the other Statea or Territories.On the <)Llter hand, by the buildinj^ ofthe rond, many millions of dollars havealready fund their way into the Govern-ment coffers, and &ijust double the xisxialprice per acre. The Government to-daystands in tlie position of the boy whowanted to eat his apple, sell it, and thenjret, credit for giving it away. O gener-owity ! The Union Pacific Railroad. Though but little faith was at firstfelt in the succeesful completion of thisj^reat railway, no one, at the present day,can fail to appreciate the enterprise which characterized the projjfref-a andfiual completion of this road, the loncr-est in the wojjd, and its immense valueto the Government, our own people, andthe world at larjje. By the act of 1862, the time for thecompletion of the road was specified.The utmost limit was July 1, 1876. Tlie

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