3 edition of Pony Express! found in the catalog.
Discusses the eighteen month history, officially beginning April 3, 1860, of the mail delivery between Saint Joseph, Missouri, and Sacramento, California, known as the Pony Express.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 39) and index.
|Statement||by Steven Kroll ; illustrated by Dan Andreasen|
|Contributions||Andreasen, Dan, ill|
|LC Classifications||HE6375.P65 K76 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
The Pony Express operated for only a short while in the history of the U.S., yet it is a popular component of American history. Study about the Pony Express’ beginnings, famous people, and why the Pony Express ended in this free Pony Express lapbook.. How to Fold a Lapbook. The Pony Express combines the legends and lore of this remarkable mail service with contemporary photography and archival images and documents from the past, and celebrates the sesquicentennial of the start—and end—of those daring rides, which ended with the completion of the transcontinental : Carol Guthrie.
The man was old and cruel so she pretended to be a boy and signed up for the Pony Express. She had accepted a mail order bride ad but when she arrived she found This is the third book in the Saddle and Spurs Series.4/5. Pony Express! Steven Kroll, Author, Dan Andreasen, Author, Dan Andreasen, Illustrator Scholastic $ (40p) ISBN More By and About This Author.
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Reveals some untold, or at least virtually unheard of stories of the courage and dedication of the riders of the Pony Express. You don't have to love history to enjoy this book. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse.
out of 5 stars Easy to follow CA history/5(27). Riding the Pony Express was a very happy story. It shows how a little boy and his father be together and have a happy life. Even though his father is a pony express rider they meet together and help each other out. I recommend this to kids who like stories that have adventure and with kids who are brave.
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Presented in a comic-book format, this mini-book will engage readers at all levels and encourage them to delve more deeply into the mass movement west and how it shaped the country.
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(digital. cph 3b). Their book Saddles and Spurs: Saga of the Pony Express provides a solid overview but does not consider how the story of the Pony Express came to be. They also failed to recognize that Russell, if not the other owners of the firm, was a con man and rascal of the worst sort.
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Collect. The Pony Express (Landmark Books, 7) Hardcover – January 1, by Samuel Hopkins Adams (Author), Lee J. Ames (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 3 ratings See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions/5(3).
The Pony Express book. Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. An account of the short-lived Pony Express that once was a vital li /5. This colorful and accessible picture book recounts the day-to-day adventures of Pony Express riders on the first transcontinental mail delivery system, from St.
Joseph, MO, to Sacramento, CA. The book opens with a map of the overland route, a time line of major events in the Express’s short-lived history (), and a quote from Mark Twain’s Roughing It. Step 1: Review the Pony Express. Step 2: Fold up the Invitations (PDF). Step 3: Use stick horses and have the students take turns "galloping" their Invitations (PDF) to the recipients.
Supporting All Learners. More advanced students may write their own invitations. Special needs students may work in pairs to make the map and decorate the.
Jimmy Spoon and the Pony Express By: Kristiana Gregory Brian Bredemann Reading 8-McG Book Review 5/26/08 Through the rigorous and cliff-hanging adventures and funny and sad emotions that Jimmy Spoon, the main character, came across in this novel, I would recommend this book to anyone who loves adventure and historical fiction/5.
The book smoothed the stories of his early life, and expanded his stock-driving jobs, supposed Pony Express service and Indian skirmishes into dramas of frontier nerve, pluck and progress. About this time, with the Indian wars on the plains all but over, with the buffalo nearly gone and the plains filling up with cattle, Cody must have realized.
Books. Riding the Pony Express by Clyde Robert Bulla Fast-paced historical fiction from a favorite author. The Real Story of the Pony Express by Glenn D. Bradley Public domain work. Unit Studies & Lesson Plans. Fastest Mail in the West 4-day lesson plan in this page download from the National Pony Express Association.
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My family has enjoyed horses, and we have ridden many miles of the Pony Express trail. The Pony Express route went through what are now the states of Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, and California.
 The Overland Mail Company station operators likely had copies of the American Bible Society's edition of the Bible similar to the Pony Express. The Pony Express only lasted 18 months, but the mail delivery service remains one of the most enduring icons of the American West — its story told in .Get this from a library!
The pony express. [Samuel Hopkins Adams; Lee J Ames] -- A history of the "Pony" with stories of the "bad men" outlaws, and Indians who were a constant threat to the mail riders. Ronnie Campbell is 14 years old.
His mother died a few months ago, his father was killed by the Indians. He is alone in the Ruby Mountains, a three day ride to anyone. You can see his life unfold, including riding for the Pony Express at 16 years old. The gold he found plays the key role in this Author: Ron Bell.