Connecticut: Yale University Press, 1945. Facsimilie Reprint of the onlyknown copy of the original from 1868. Hardcover. Clean, tight 8vo, 113pp Number 222 of 400 copies printed. Fold out map and train schedule. Very slight shelf wear to the blue cloth binding. near fine except as noted / missing. Item #17153
Cheyenne, Wyoming was bathed in the limelight of notoriety for a brief period when it was the end of track for the Union Pacific railroad. It was called "Hell on wheels" at the time and disappeared as the construction crews rolled on. But Cheyenne, with all of its fascinating, wild and wooly history, stayed and became the mecca of Wyoming.