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TRANS-CONTINENTAL TOURIST'S GUIDE,
CONTAINING A FULL AND AUTHENTIC DESCRIPTION OF
OVER FIVE HUNDRED CITIES, TOWNS, VILLAGES, STATIONS, GOVERNMENT FORTS AND CAMPS, MOUNTAINS, LAKES, RIVERS, SULPHUR, SODA AND HOT SPRINGS, SCENERY, WATERING PLACES, SUMMER RESORTS;
To look for and hunt the Buffalo, Antelope, Deer, and other game; Trout Fishing, etc., etc.
In fact, to tell you what is worth seeing—where to see it—where to go—how to
go—and whom to stop with while passing over the
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD, CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD OF CAL,
Their Branches and Connections by Stage and Water,
FROM THE ATLANTIC TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN.
FOURTH VOL., THIRD ANNUAL REVISE.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1872, by GEO. A. CROTUTT, in the Office of the
Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C.
GEO. A. CROFUTT, PUBLISHER, NEW YORK.
Crofutt's Trans-Continental Tourist Guide, 1872.
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