|Author||Henry B. Jameson|
|Title||Miracle of the Chisholm Trail|
|Summary||"The Chisholm trail, which came into being as an interstate route in 1867, was the greatest cattle road the world has ever known. It uncorked the economy of an entire nation after the Civil war, started many towns and cities and turned a log cabin village at the end of the trail into the rip-roaring first cattle capital of the west (Abilene, Kansas)."--from the back of the booklet.|
Cattle trails -- Great Plains.
Cattle trade -- West (U.S.)
|Publisher||Tri-State Chisholm Trail Centennial Commission|
|Physical Description||52 pages illustrations, map 23 cm|