The Farmer’s Frontier. Theme XV, Westward Expansion and the Extension of the National Boundaries to the Pacific, 1830 - 1898. The National Survey of Historic Sites and Buildings.


An in-depth survey on the farmer’s role in the expansion in the American West, 1830-1898. Contents include: Beginnings of agriculture in Oregon; Farmers in California before the Gold Rush; Pioneer Mormon farmers; Settling the Great Plains; Farmers followed the miners; Land laws of the farmer’s frontier.


Description: The Farmer’s Frontier. Theme XV, Westward Expansion and the Extension of the National Boundaries to the Pacific, 1830 - 1898. The National Survey of Historic Sites and Buildings.

[Washington, D.C.: United States Department of the Interior.] 1959. 73 pages. Illustrated. Spiral-bound with clear plastic covers. Very Good. Pages bright and clean.

[3730206]

Price: $45.00

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