Rowland-workman Expedition of 1841

In the narrative of 19th-century emigrant groups and migration to the American West, the Rowland-Workman expedition of 1841 has generally been relegated to a footnote, especially compared to its contemporary the Bidwell-Bartleson party, which constituted the first wagon train to make ...

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