Across the Continent : "Westward the course of empire takes its way"
Palmer, F. (Fanny), 1812-1876, artist
Palmer, F. (Fanny), 1812-1876, artist Currier & Ives, publisher Ives J.M., lithographer
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Palmer, Frances Flora Bond Honeyman Collection. Rail line through small town of log buildings with train in center (Through Line New York - San Francisco). Scene includes men at work in woods; women and children near a public school, church and other buildings; covered wagons being pulled by oxen; a wagon train on trail in distance; and Indians on horses to right.
1 print : lithograph, hand colored ; 60.4 x 81.8 cm.