By Jeff Savage
Pony Bob had traveled greater than 100 miles. Exhausted, he nonetheless saved relocating. As a Pony show rider, he had mail to convey. unexpectedly, he heard yelling. a bunch of Paiute warriors have been chasing him! Bullets whizzed earlier him. One bullet struck his shoulder; one other grazed his cheek. yet Pony Bob by no means stopped until eventually he reached his vacation spot. even if the horse show corporation did not final lengthy, their younger riders left at the back of a legacy of bravery. touring on horseback, the horse show introduced mail from Missouri to California.
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New York: Walker, 2010. Thompson, Gare. Riding With the Mail: The Story of the Pony Express. : National Geographic, 2007. S. htm Index A American Indians, 5–11, 26, 34–37 animal cruelty, 14–15, 30–31 Armstrong, Albert, 36–37 B bandits, thieves, 38 blizzards, 16, 26, 32–34 Buchanan, James, 19 Butterfield, John, 13 Butterfield Overland Mail Company, 13 C Civil War, 39–42 Cody, William F. , 13–16, 40 Wallace, Henry, 22 Wilson, Elijah Nichols, 29 Wilson, Henry Woodville, 36–37 Wintle, Joseph Barney, 22 Note To Our Readers About This Electronic Book: This electronic book was initially published as a printed book.
It had to be Tom King! Within moments, Tom was spurring his horse into the station. Pony Bob grabbed the mochila from Tom and threw it over his own horse’s saddle. “Maybe you’d better stick around, Bob,” the station keeper said. ” Not a chance, Bob thought. The mail had to get through. 1 Pony Bob changed horses twice along the way, reaching Reed’s Station in good time. Now his journey to Bucklands was almost complete. To his dismay, there was no fresh horse waiting for him at Reed’s Station. All the animals were being used in the battle with the Paiute.
19. Chapter 2. A Great Express Adventure 1. Raymond W. : The Stackpole Company, 1955), p. 32. 2. Roy S. : Howell-North Press, 1959), p. 95. 3. Settle, p. 35. Chapter 3. The Adventure Begins 1. Arthur Chapman, Pony Express (New York: A. L. Burt Company, 1932), pp. 91–109. 2. William H. Floyd, Phantom Riders of the Pony Express (Philadelphia: Dorrance & Company, 1958), pp. 53–64. 3. Raymond W. : The Stackpole Company, 1955), pp. 44–51. 4. Ibid. Chapter 4. “Young Skinny Wiry Fellows” 1. Gene Morgan, Westward the Course of Empire (Chicago: The Lakeside Press, 1945), p.