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The Pacific Railroad The Contrast of 1865 and 1868Vice-President Colfax, Governor Bross and their Summer Vacation PartyChicago and the Ride thitherThe Pullman Cars of the WestFrom New York to San Francisco without Leaving the CarWest from ChicagoCouncil Bluffs and OmahaAcross the Plains by RailroadCheyenneUp the MountainThe Charms of Scenery and AtmosphereRailroad Cities, their Rise and FallHow the Railroad is builtBack to Cheyenne. On The Divide of The Atlantic And Pacific Oceans, August, 1868 TO-DAY the Pacific Railroad climbs over the line that separates the waters of the oceans.
Acts of revenge followed, initiating a full-blown, if sporadic, war that extended from Missouri across the plains into Wyoming and westward toward Nevada. Isolated farms were pillaged and burned, not infrequently with loss of life and tales of survivors led into captivity by the "hostiles," livestock run off, and stagecoaches and wagons attacked. Page 21 By the fall of 1867, following an attack by General W. S. Hancock that destroyed a Cheyenne village containing three hundred lodges, the Indian uprising reached Colorado's borders.
All rights reserved. A. First edition. Page v Contents Illustrations vi Editor's Acknowledgements vii Editor's Introduction 3 Author's Preface 35 I. The Pacific Railroad 37 II. To Denver and There 55 III. The Geography of Colorado 64 IV. Travel Among the Mountains 73 V. The Middle Park 90 VI. From the Middle Park by Boulder Pass 104 VII. Over Gray's Peak to South Park 114 VIII. The South Park and Mount Lincoln 129 IX. An Indian ScareThe Twin Lakes 142 X. From the Twin Lakes to Denver 152 XI. Mines, Mining, and Miners 164 XII.
Algorithmic game : Privacy-preserving 1-n-p negotiation protocol by Sumit Chakraborty, Sushil Kumar Sharma, Asim Kumar Pal