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Jews in the Wild West

Incidents of Travel and Adventure in the Far West

With Col. Fremont's Last Expedition

Across the Rocky Mountains;
including three months' residence in Utah,
and a perilous trip across the Great American Desert to the Pacific.

by S. N. Carvalho,
artist to the expedition

Preface by the Author 19. Search for a Lost Comrade
1. Introduction to Col. Fremont 20. The Explorers Kill Horses for Food
2. Preparing for the Journey 21. Carvalho Leaves the Expedition
3. Learning to Handle a Horse 22. A Jew Among the Mormons
4. The Expedition Departs 23. Mormon Ceremonies
5. Preparing Buffalo Meat 24. Social Life in Salt Lake City
6. Kansas 25. Mrs. Golightly
7. Delaware Medicine Man 26. The Romance of Fanny Littlemore
8. The First Buffalo Hunt 27. Hot and Cold Springs
9. Walnut Creek 28. Carvalho Leaves Salt Lake City
10. Cheyenne Indian Village 29. Chief Wakara of the Utahs
11. Bent's Fort 30. Negotiations With the Indians
12. Lost in the Forest 31. Mysterious Prehistoric Rock Engravings
13. Crossing the Mountains 32. Portrait of an Angel
14. Carvalho Loses His Horse 33. On to California
15. Hostile Indian Attack Averted 34. Across the Desert
16. Over Snowy Plains 35. Buoyant Fresh Water Spring
17. The Expedition Faces Starvation 36. Bitter Springs
18. More Suffering of the Explorers 37. Journey to Los Angeles