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Pony Express versus Wells Fargo Express, or, Hoof prints that can not be eroded by time

Waddell F. Smith

Pony Express versus Wells Fargo Express, or, Hoof prints that can not be eroded by time

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Published by Pony Express History and Art Gallery in San Rafael, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wells, Fargo & Company -- History.,
  • Pony express -- History.,
  • Coaching (Transportation) -- United States -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPony Express versus Wells Fargo Express., Hoof prints that can not be eroded by time.
    Statementby Waddell F. Smith.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination14 p. :
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16822674M

    Coming and Going of the Pony Express - Frederic Sackrider Remington was an American very significant artist, illustrator, sculptor, and writer who specialized in depictions of the Old American West, specifically concentrating on the last quarter of the 19th century American West and images of cowboys, American Indians, and the U.S. Cavalry.5/5(1). The Overland Pony Express from the Missouri to the Pacific was established in , and from its first inauguration was splendidly run, sometimes carrying letters from Atchison, Kansas, to Sacramento, California, a distance of about miles, in eight days -- that . The Pony Express was the first rapid transit and the first fast mail line across the continent from the Missouri River to the Pacific Coast. It was a system by means of which messages were carried swiftly on horseback across the plains and deserts, and over the mountains of the far West. SMITH, WADDELL F. - Pony Express Versus Wells Fargo Express or Hoof Prints That Can Not Be Eroded by Time SMITH, CLARK ASHTON - The Dweller in the Gulf: The Unexpurgated Clark Ashton Smith SMITH, A. H. - The Place-Names of Gloucestershire SMITH, HENRY - The Economics of Socialism Reconsidered.


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Pony Express versus Wells Fargo Express, or, Hoof prints that can not be eroded by time by Waddell F. Smith Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Pony Express versus Wells Fargo Express: or hoof prints that can not be eroded by time. [Waddell F Smith] -- Author corrected the claim often made by Wells Fargo & Company that it operated the Pony Express. The Overland Mail Company operated the Pony Express.

For six months inWells Fargo acted as an. Pony Express versus Wells Fargo Express, or, Hoof prints that can not be eroded by time by Waddell F. Smith,Pony Express History and Art Gallery edition, in EnglishPages: For material on this controversy, see Waddell F.

Smith, Pony Express Versus Wells Fargo Express: Or Hoof Prints That Can Not Be Eroded By Time (); W. Turrentine Jackson, "A New Look at Wells Fargo, Stagecoaches, and the Pony Express," California Historical Society Quarterly (December ); Noel M.

Loomis, Wells Fargo (); and W. The Pony Express was a mail service delivering messages, newspapers, and mail using relays of horse-mounted riders that operated from April 3, to Octo between Missouri and California in the United States of America.

Operated by Central Overland California and Pike's Peak Express Company, the Pony Express was a great financial investment to the U.S.

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The Pony Express had grossed $90, and lost $, Inafter the American Civil War was over, Holladay sold the Pony Express assets along with the remnants of the Butterfield Stage to Wells Fargo for $ million.

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InWells and Fargo founded Wells, Fargo & Co. to serve the West. The new company offered multiple banking services: buying gold, selling paper bank drafts as gold, and express delivery of gold, as well as anything else transportable that had value. Wells Fargo opened for business in San Francisco.

Literature # Smith, Waddell. PONY EXPRESS VERSUS WELLS FARGO EXPRESS; OR HOOF PRINTS THAT CAN NOT BE ERODED BY TIME. Published Card. 16 p. Illus. Refutes the claims of Wells Fargo that it ran the Pony Express.

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The early coaches of Wells Fargo consumed twenty days to cross from St. Joseph, Missouri, long considered a great outpost of civilization, to Sacramento.

But twenty days to the merchants and bankers of the West Coast seemed an eternity, and so a short time before the beginning of the Civil War, the Pony Express came into existence. Smith, Waddell F. Pony Express versus Wells Fargo; or Hoofprints that can not be eroded by time.

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The Pony Express was much faster than carrying mail and messages by ships, wagon trains, or stagecoach. The man who managed the Pony Express system was Alexander Majors, from Kentucky.

At one time it cost $5 to send a letter weighing half an ounce to California. Later on it cost $1 per half ounce. The fastest Pony Express run was in when.

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