WESTERN NEBRASKA AND THE EXPERIENCES OF ITS ACTUAL SETTLERS. PUBLISHED BY THE UNION PACIFIC R'Y CO.'S LAND DEPARTMENT, OMAHA, NEBRASKA.

Omaha, Neb. Republican Printing House, 1882. 16pp, stitched in original printed wrappers, with wrapper title as issued. Light scattered spotting, short closed upper margin tear throughout [through the running title, but no loss of text]. Else Very Good.

The pamphlet prints detailed information, garnered "from personal interviews with farmers at their homes," about "homes in Western Nebraska, the facilities for obtaining them, the manner of profits grain growing and stock raising, the value of our great native meadows for stock breeding and dairying, the growth of forests and orchards, the facilities of markets, and other matters of interest to those seeking homes in the west."
The author focuses on "the Platte Valley, along the line of the Union Pacific Railway, and for twenty miles each side." In addition to this one, Eberstadt offered an 1883 printing.
160 Eberstadt 392. Not in Graff, Decker, Soliday. OCLC 14914673 [8] as of December 2019. Item #36471

Price: $875.00

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