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Across the plains by prairie schooner

B. F. Bonney

Across the plains by prairie schooner

personal narrative of B. F. Bonney of his trip to Sutter"s fort, California, in 1846, and of his pioneer experiences in Oregon during the days of Oregon"s provisional government

by B. F. Bonney

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Published by Koke-Tiffany Co. in Eugene, Ore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Overland journeys to the Pacific.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSutter"s fort, California.
    Statementby Fred Lockley.
    ContributionsLockley, Fred, 1871-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF593 .B71
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 [1] p.
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14652321M
    LC Control Number24013788


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Full text of "Across the plains by prairie schooner;" See other formats" F B71 Copy 1 — 1 Across the Plains by Prairie Schooner Personal Narrative of B. Bonney of His Trip to Sutter's Fort, California, inand of His Pioneer Experiences In Oregon During the Days of Oregon's Provisional Government By Fred Lockley Koke-Tiflfany Co.

Eugene, Ore. Recollections of. Endowed in perpetuity by the Glenna Luschei Fund for Excellence. Prairie Schooner. Stories, Poems, Essays, and Reviews since The Prairie Schooner Raz-Shumaker Book Prize Contest—now in its nineteenth year, and first year it bears the names of the contests co-founders Hilda Raz and Peggy Shumaker—opens to submissions on Januand will remain open until Ma ACROSS THE PLAINS IN THE DONNER PARTY ().

A PERSONAL NARRATIVE OF THE OVERLAND TRIP TO CALIFORNIA. WAS a child when we started to California, yet I remember the journey well and I have cause to remember it, as our little band of emigrants who drove out of Springfield, Illinois, that spring morning of have since been known in history as the "Ill.

Buying a Prairie Schooner and oxen, he, his pregnant wife, and family (all under 10) set off on the trip in high hopes of a great future, and what starts of as a great family adventure quickly becomes a dark tale of survival of the fittest.

Across The Plains is the true story of a girl who crossed to the West with a wagon train. En route 4/5(). Wake Prairie Schooner. You Searched For: copy. The jacket is present but heavily chipped, torn and worn. "This is an authentic saga of the emigrant trails across America's plains to the Pacific Coast from its beginning inthrough the thick of the greatest migration in all history, to its deterioration after completion of the.

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Title: Going West. Author: Isbn: Follows a family's emigration by prairie schooner from the East, across the plains to Kansas. Hook Your Students. I wonder what it would be like to travel in a covered wagon pulled by horses instead of in a car.

The family in this book builds their own house on the prairie. The close of the Mexican-American War brought with it a new era to the reign of the prairie schooner then began in earnest. Almost immediately the freight business between Missouri River points and Santa Fe increased to a wonderful degree.

Where before a yearly caravan was deemed sufficient for the trade, from now on, during the season of safe travel, the trail was. Across the Plains by Prairie Schooner Personal Narrative of B. Bonney of His Trip to Sutter's Fort, California, inand of His Pioneer Experiences In Oregon During the Days of Oregon's Provisional Government.

The Raz-Shumaker Prairie Schooner Book Prize in Fiction for goes to Megan Cummins for her manuscript "If the Body Allows It," chosen by guest-judges Timothy Schaffert and Xu Xi with Editor-in-Chief Kwame Dawes.

Cummins is a writer and editor living in Brooklyn. Her work has appeared in A Public Space, One Teen Story, Guernica, Ninth Letter, and elsewhere.

Buying a Prairie Schooner and oxen, he, his pregnant wife, and family (all under 10) set off on the trip in high hopes of a great future, and what starts of as a great family adventure quickly becomes a dark tale of survival of the fittest.

out of 5 stars Across the plains in Reviewed in the United Kingdom on J 4/5(). Define prairie schooner. prairie schooner synonyms, prairie schooner pronunciation, prairie schooner translation, English dictionary definition of prairie schooner. She knew it had crossed the plains with her people in a prairie schooner.

It was of solid mahogany. View in context. Exploring similar themes to Aliu's short story. Below are the supplies that a typical Pioneer family traveling west across the United States might take on their covered wagon journey.

Pretend you are a pioneer planning your long journey to the frontier. Make a list of what you would take in your covered wagon, keeping in mind that the wagon will carry only 2, pounds before the weight.

The book Across the Plains in ' by Prairie schooner to Oregon by Anna Dell Clinkinbeard is available to read online.I have created a podcast so students can listen to the text as they read along.

The podcast is just of the forward but I plan to make a podcast for each chapter. How does what Luzena tells you about the monotony and hard work that traveling across the plains entailed make you feel about the journey and about the people who made it.

View the Book Navigator for Luzena Stanley Wilson, 49er from California As I Saw It: First-Person Narratives, Use your browser's Back Button to return to this point.

News. Prairie Schooner names Book Prize winners. Across the pond: 70 students participating in Nebraska at Oxford. Roxane Gay's HUNGER on NYT Bestseller List. Agee selected as finalist for High Plains Book Awards.

Houck receives Orison Fiction Prize and publishing deal. White's novel HOW TO SURVIVE A SUMMER featured in. About the Author: The Reign Of The Prairie Schooner was written by Randall Parrish as a chapter of his book, The Great Plains: The Romance of Western American Exploration, Warfare, and Settlement, ; published by A.C.

McClurg & Co. in Chicago,   From the s to the s, wagons called Prairie Schooners, Covered Wagons, Conestoga Wagons, or the Camels of the Prairies provided the transportation of migrating families, merchants, gold-seekers, and more, across the plains and the mountains of the western United States.

This bookend pair is cast in low relief, but it is busy. The artist. PRAIRIE SCHOONER: fifteen letters, endless possibilities. We'll begin shipping T-shirts again in mid-May. If you've been wanting one to kick off your summer, now's the time.

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Living in a prairie schooner, finding food for the stock, crossing the great rivers of the region, the scenery, the hunting, cooking, health problems, inevitable deaths, the weather and suchlike. All of which is told in the style of a young, intelligent woman/5().

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James Crews' work has appeared in Ploughshares, Raleigh Review, Crab Orchard Review and The New Republic, among other journals, and he is a regular contributor to The (London) Times Literary Supplement. His first collection of poetry, The Book of What Stays, won the Prairie Schooner Book Prize and received a Foreword Magazine Book of the Year.

PRAIRIE SCHOONERPRAIRIE SCHOONER, a wagon used for long-distance travel and freight transport in the nineteenth century. The wagon was made with six or seven arching wooden bows supporting a canvas cover.

Seen from a distance, the vehicle so resembled a ship at sea as to suggest the name. prairie schooner, wagon covered with white canvas, made famous by its almost universal use in the migration across the Western prairies and plains, and so called in allusion to the white-topped schooners of the sea.

“Little House in the Big Woods” crossed the finish line of publication inas “juvenile” literature. Receiving a “warm critical reception,” Fraser reports, “the book sold. approved of our contemplated trip across the plains in a 'prairie schooner' for an out of door life was advocated as a cure for this disease.

[M]y health was restored long before the end of the journey."6 Some health seekers even made the wagon journey in some style. Before rail­ roads arrived in Colorado, it was not unusual toCited by: 1. From within their overheated cars and unstable relationships, the characters in Ted Gilley's debut collection, Bliss and Other Short Stories, contemplate a lost American Eden.

The nine powerful stories in this book, which won the Prairie Schooner Book Prize in Fiction, gather unity from their characters' sharp perceptions of forests and fields, strip malls and parking lots.

The Wake of the Prairie Schooner. signed first edition "This is an authentic saga of the emigrant trails across America's plains to the Pacific Coast, from its beginning inthrough the thick of the greatest migration in all history, to its deterioration after the completion of the transcontinental railroad in Her writing is published on Academy of American Poets (), and in Poetry Out Loud Anthology, Prairie Schooner, Midwest Quarterly, Organization & Environment, Encyclopedia of the Great Plains, and many more.

She and her husband live in Lincoln on a wooded, wildflowered, and wildlife-friendly acre, winning the Mayor’s Conservation. “Crossing the Plains in War Times,” in the July issue, is the memoir of Mrs. Halie Riley Hodder.

The story of a woman’s westward journey is also told in Elizabeth Keyes’ diary, excerpted in “Across the Plains in a Prairie Schooner” in the March issue.