Characters of the Old Spanish Trail

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Doug Knudson

Meet some of the children, women, and men who traveled the Old Spanish Trail in 1829-1848. They will enrich your enjoyment of our 15th National Historic Trail.

Former OSTA President, Dr. Douglas Knudson, has written compact stories of 24 travelers of the Old Spanish Trail. He added profiles of two colorful Governors who influenced many of these people. Their names include: Armijo, Wilson, Moya-Young, Trujillo, Robidoux, Slover, Chacón, Gambel, etc. These people made a big impact on California, New Mexico, and places in between. Their names are part of today’s communities--on street signs, mountains, museums, parks, and schools. Some were astute businessmen and women. Some were rascals with little respect for the law. Most were upstanding citizens who built their communities in changing times. All were tough, resourceful, determined, fascinating people.162 pp.

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