Exploring Southwestern Trails, 1846-1854
Arthur H. Clark Company, 1938 - Mexican War, 1846-1848 - 383 pages
Military and civilian explorations of the Southwest. One of the purposes of Aubry's travels was locating potential railroad routes to connect the east with the west.
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