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Commerce of the prairies.

Josiah Gregg

Commerce of the prairies.

by Josiah Gregg

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  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Readex Microprint in [New York] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Southwest, New -- Description and travel.,
  • Mexico -- Description and travel.,
  • Santa Fe National Historic Trail

  • Edition Notes

    Original t.p. reads: Commerce of the prairies; or, The journal of a Santa Fè trader, during eight expeditions across the great western prairies, and a residence of nearly nine years in northern Mexico ... New York, Henry G. Langley ... 1844.

    SeriesGreat Americana
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF800 .G812
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16865235M

    Commerce of the prairies: or, The journal of a Santa v - Full View | HathiTrust Digital Library | HathiTrust Digital Library. About this Book Catalog Record Details. Commerce of the prairies: or, The journal of a Santa v Gregg, Josiah. View full catalog record. Commerce of the Prairies Or, the Journal of A Santa Fe Trader. Gregg, Josiah. Book -

    Josiah Gregg's Commerce of the Prairies has been hailed by some as the greatest book about the American West. Published in , Gregg's book recorded the difficult task of overland travel and painted an optimistic picture of emigrant trains forging across the prairies to claim western regions. Commerce of the prairies:or, the journal of a Santa Fé trader, during eight expeditions across the great western prairies, and a residence of nearly nine years in northern Mexico. By. Gregg, Josiah, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. New York:H. G. Langley, Subjects.

    Written as a scrupulously accurate guidebook from to the prairies and as an authoritative account of the early Santa Fe trade, Commerce of the Prairies has been a favorite of historians, ethnologists, naturalists, and collectors of Western Americana for Rating: % positive. member of the late Josiah Gregg and his book entitled The Commerce of the Prairies, a work which you properly characterize as of special interest in the region of country where you are the Prince. Early in the year , Dr. Gregg brought me a note of introdue-tion frorm I forget whom. Ile told me he ha(d been many years a 10 J


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Historians and hobbyists of the Santa Fe Trail love Josiah Gregg's Commerce of the Prairies, I think, because it's (a) a first-person account from when the trail was still young in the s, (b) decently written and researched, and (c) contains detailed descriptions of seemingly trivial mentions like the types of wagons used, what jobs people held or vegetation by: Written as a scrupulously accurate guidebook to the prairies and as an authoritative account of the early Santa Fe trade, Commerce of the Prairies has been a favorite of historians, ethnologists, naturalists, and collectors of Western Americana for Gregg’s masterpiece is not for specialists alone: its vivid descriptions of desert mirages, wagon caravans, Indian alarms and /5(31).

His Commerce of the Prairies, which came out in two volumes inwas an immediate success. It went through two new editions inlater a fourth and fifth edition, and in appeared in a sixth edition under a different : Josiah Gregg.

Written as a scrupulously accurate guidebook to the prairies and as an authoritative account of the early Santa Fe trade, Commerce of the Prairies has been a favorite of historians, ethnologists, naturalists, and collectors of Western Americana for generations.

But Gregg’s masterpiece is not for specialists alone: its vivid descriptions of desert mirages, wagon caravans, Indian alarms and.

'Commerce of the Prairies' describes wagon train travel, from Santa Fe, New Mexico, south, into Mexico, in the early eighteen hundreds, as Native American's were driven Westward, from the East Coast.

Long descriptive sentences and colorful archaic language kept me in my easy chair.4/5. Josiah Gregg based this classic book about the origin and development of the Santa Fe trade, first published inon notes he kept during his own journeys to Santa Fe.

Full of personal observations and anecdotes, as well as historical information, the book remains a definitive resource on the Trail and the trade it fostered. Commerce of the prairies: or, The journal of a Santa Fé trader, during eight expeditions across the great western prairies, and a residence of nearly nine years in northern MexicoJ.

Moore. "Reprint of the second edition, New York, "--v. 19, p. Includes facsimile of t.-p. of New York edition with title: Commerce of the prairies, or The journal of a Santa Fé trader, during eight expeditions across the great western prairies, and a residence of nearly nine years in northern Mexico.

Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. A CORNERSTONE OF WESTERN AMERICANA AND “A CARTOGRAPHIC LANDMARK”: GREGG’S COMMERCE OF THE PRAIRIES, WITH IMPORTANT LARGE MAP. GREGG, Josiah. Commerce of the Prairies: Or the Journal of a Santa Fe Trader, During Eight Expeditions Across the Great Western Prairies, and a Residence of Nearly Nine Years in Northern Mexico.

Commerce of the Prairies: or, The journal of a Santa Fé trader, – was written by Josiah Gregg (–), a merchant, explorer, naturalist, and author who described his travels and adventures throughout the American Southwest and Northern Mexico.

He is most famous for this book, a classic description of his early travels along the Santa Fe Trail to Santa Fe, then along El Camino. Get this from a library.

Commerce of the prairies. [Josiah Gregg] -- Gregg made eight trading trips to Santa Fe from to He described in detail the life. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Commerce of the Prairies Volume II by Josiah Gregg. J.B. Lippincott, Hardcover. Good Condition/Fair. Pages numbered Ex-library with typical marks, pages toned; a good sound binding.

The jacket has some discoloring and wear; wrapped; taped to the covers. edition; printing; volume 2 only. Quantity Available: 1. Josiah A. Gregg, an experienced trader on the plains of western North America, details here the caravan networks and exchange of goods across the vast prairie lands in the s and s.

A detailed yet lively chronicle, Commerce of the Prairies takes the reader back to a bygone era. At a time before the automobile or interstate commerce Price Range: $ - $1, Volume 1 of Commerce of the Prairies, Josiah Gregg Volume 1 of Commerce of the Prairies: Or, The Journal of a Santa Fé Trader, During Eight Expeditions Across the Great Western Prairies, and a Residence of Nearly Nine Years in Northern Mexico, Josiah Gregg Volume 1 of Commerce of the Prairies: Or, The Journal of a Santa F e Trader, Josiah Gregg.

Gregg's book Commerce of the Prairies, published in two volumes inwas an account of his time spent as a trader on the Santa Fe Trail from to and includes commentary on the geography, botany, geology, and culture of New Mexico. Gregg wrote about local people and described Indian culture and artifacts.

The book established Gregg's literary : JOverton County, Tennessee. A detailed yet lively chronicle, Commerce of the Prairies takes the reader back to a bygone era. At a time before the automobile or interstate commerce ignited the dynamism of an industrialized United States, there were individual merchants, traders and citizens working toward making their own lives and societies more prosperous and : CreateSpace Publishing.

Written as a scrupulously accurate guidebook to the prairies and as an authoritative account of the early Santa Fe trade, Commerce of the Prairies has been a favorite of historians, ethnologists, naturalists, and collectors of Western Americana for generations.

But Gregg’s Pages: Commerce of the Prairies (American Exploration and Travel Series) by Gregg, Josiah and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Commerce of the Prairies Two Volumes in One Edition (Book): Gregg, Josiah: Gregg's epic account of early Santa Fe has been used as a guide by historians, naturalists, and sociologists because of its accuracy and detail.

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University of Nebraska Press, Paperback. Acceptable. Disclaimer:A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text.In the early s Josiah Gregg was a sickly intellectual who decided to travel the Santa Fe Trail in order to restore his health.

He ended up journeying back and forth along the trail four times in the next nine years, and he compiled Commerce of the Prairies from the .