Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains

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List price: $7.95
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
Publication date: 12/15/1975
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 282
Size: 5.00" wide x 7.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.638
Language: English

Isabella Lucy Bird married name Bishop (1831 - 1904) was a nineteenth-century English explorer, writer, photographer and naturalist. She was the first woman to be elected Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.Bird was born on 15 October 1831 at Boroughbridge Hall, Yorkshire, the home of her maternal grandmother. Her parents were the Reverend Edward Bird and his second wife Dora Lawson.Isabella moved several times during her childhood. Boroughbridge was her father's first curacy after taking orders in 1830, and it was here he met Dora.In 1832, Reverend Bird was appointed curate in Maidenhead where Isabella's brother, Edward was born and died in his first year.As a result of her father's ill health the family moved again in 1834 to Tattenhall in Cheshire ,- a living presented to him by his cousin Dr John Bird Sumner, Bishop of Chester where in the same year Isabella's sister, Henrietta, was born.Isabella was outspoken from an early age. When six years old, she asked the local MP for South Cheshire: " Sir Malpas de Grey Tatton Egerton, did you tell my father my sister was so pretty because you wanted his vote ? "Edward Bird's controversial views against Sunday labour caused his congregation to dwindle and in 1842 he requested a transfer to St Thomas's in Birmingham. Here again objections were raised which culminated in the minister being pelted "with stones, mud, and insults." In 1848, the family moved again and after spending some time in Eastbourne took up residence in Wyton in Huntingdonshire (now Cambridgeshire.)

A prolific writer, Daniel Boorstin is the author of numerous scholarly and popular works in American Studies. Born in Georgia and raised in Oklahoma, Boorstin received degrees from Harvard and Yale universities and was a Rhodes Scholar at Balliol College, Oxford. A member of the Massachusetts Bar, he has been visiting professor of American History at the Universities of Rome, Puerto Rico, Kyoto, and Geneva. He was the first incumbent of the chair of American History at the Sorbonne and Pitt Professor of American History and Institutions at Cambridge. He taught at the University of Chicago for 25 years. In 1959 Columbia University awarded him its Bancroft Prize for The Americans: The Colonial Experience (1958), the first volume of his trilogy titled The Americans. In 1966 he received the Francis Parkman Award for the second volume, The Americans: The National Experience (1965), and in 1974 he received the Pulitzer Prize for the third volume, The Americans: The Democratic Experience (1973). Many of Boorstin's books have been translated into Chinese, Japanese, and various European languages. In 1969 Boorstin became director of the National Museum of History and Technology of the Smithsonian Institution. In 1973 he became senior historian at the Smithsonian. Boorstin was appointed Librarian of Congress in 1975 and served in that position with distinction for 12 years, becoming Librarian Emeritus in 1987.

Lake Tahoe
Morning in San Francisco
Dust
A Pacific mail train
Digger Indians
Cape Horn
A mountain hotel
A pioneer
A Truckee livery stable
A mountain stream
Finding a bear
Tahoe
A lady's "get-up"
Grizzly bears
The "Gem of the Sierras"
A tragic tale
A carnival of colour
A Temple of Morpheus
Utah
A "God-forgotten" town
A distressed couple
Dog villages
A temperance colony
A Colorado inn
The bug pest
Fort Collins
A plague of flies
A melancholy charioteer
The Foot Hills
A mountain boarding-house
A dull life
"Being agreeable"
Climate of Colorado
Soroche and snakes
A dateless day
"Those hands of yours"
A Puritan
Persevering shiftlessness
The house-mother
Family worship
A grim Sunday
A "thick-skulled Englishman"
A morning call
Another atmosphere
The Great Lone Land
"Ill found"
A log camp
Bad footing for horses
Accidents
Disappointment
A bronco mare
An accident
Wonderland
A sad story
The children of the Territories
Hard greed
Halcyon hours
Smartness
Old-fashioned prejudices
The Chicago colony
Good luck
Three notes of admiration
A good horse
The St. Vrain
The Rocky Mountains at last
"Mountain Jim"
A death hug
Estes Park
Personality of Long's Peak
"Mountain Jim"
Lake of the Lilies
A silent forest
The camping ground
"Ring"
A lady's bower
Dawn and sunrise
A glorious view
Links of diamonds
The ascent of the Peak
The "Dog's Life"
Suffering from thirst
The descent
The bivouac
Estes Park
Big game
"Parks" in Colorado
Magnificent scenery
Flowers and pines
An awful road
Our log cabin
Griffith Evans
A miniature world
Our topics
A night alarm
A skunk
Morning glories
Daily routine
The panic
"Wait for the waggon"
A musical evening
"Please ma'ams"
A desperado
A cattle hunt
The muster
A mad cow
A snow-storm
Snowed up
Birdie
The Plains
A prairie schooner
Denver
A find
Plum Creek
"Being agreeable"
Snowbound
The grey mare
A white world
Bad travelling
A millionaire's home
Pleasant Park
Perry's Park
Stock-raising
A cattle ring
The Arkansas Divide
Birdie's sagacity
Luxury
Monument Park
Deference to prejudice
A death scene
The Manitou
A loose shoe
The Ute Pass
Bergen's Park
A settler's home
Hayden's Divide
Sharp criticism
Speaking the truth
Tarryall Creek
The Red Range
Excelsior
Unfortunate pedlars Snow and heat
A bison calf
Deep drifts
South Park
The Great Divide
Comanche Bill
Difficulties
Hall's Gulch
A Lord Dundreary
Ridiculous fears
Deer Valley
Lynch law
Vigilance Committees
The Silver Spruce
Taste and abstinence
The Whisky Fiend
Smartness
Turkey Creek Canyon
The Indian Problem
Public rascality
Friendly meetings
The way to the Golden City
A rising settlement
Clear Creek Canyon
Staging
Swearing
A mountain town
The blight of mining
Green Lake
Golden City
Benighted
Vertigo
Boulder Canyon
Financial straits
A hard ride
The last cent
A bachelor's home
"Mountain Jim"
A surprise
A night arrival
Making the best of it
Scanty fare
A dismal ride
A desperado's tale
"Lost! Lost! Lost!"
Winter glories
Solitude
Hard times
Intense cold
A pack of wolves
The beaver dams
Ghastly scenes
Venison steaks
Our evenings
A whisky slave
The pleasures of monotony
The mountain lion
"Another mouth to feed"
A tiresome boy
An outcast
Thanksgiving Day
The new-comer
A literary humbug
Milking a dry cow
Trout-fishing
A snow-storm
A desperado's den
A harmonious home
Intense cold
A purple sun
A grim jest
A perilous ride
Frozen eyelids
Longmount
The pathless prairie
Hardships of emigrant life
A trapper's advice
The Little Thompson
Evans and "Jim"
Woman's Mission
The last morning
Crossing the St. Vrain
Miller
The St. Vrain again
Crossing the prairie
"Jim's" dream
"Keeping strangers"
The inn kitchen
A reputed child-eater
Notoriety
A quiet dance
"Jim's" resolve
The frost-fall
An unfortunate introduction

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