prepared and published by authority of the Territorial Board of Immigration; 47 p. : charts ; 23 cm.; CTRG00-B156.
Fiche: 33,825-33,826 Tappan, Samuel Forster, d. 1913.
[Washington, D.C. : s.n.]. 
"Testimony in reference to the richness and extent of the mineral lands of Colorado."--P. 8-13. The same material forms the latter part of Notes on Colorado territory (1865) Attributed to S.F. Tappan. Cf. NUC pre-1956 imprints.; 13 p.,  leaf of plates : map ; 22 cm.; CTRG00-B157.
Fiche: 33,827-33,828 Colorado. State Board of Immigration.
Report of the Board of Immigration of Colorado Territory for the two years ending December 31, 1873.
Denver Colo. : William N. Byers, public printer. 1874
"Transmitted to the Legislative Assembly, January 5, 1874."; 53 p. : chart ; 23 cm.; CTRG00-B158.
Fiche: 33,829-33,830 The parks of Colorado.
[San Luis di Calebra, Colo.?]. 
Caption title. Two columns to the page. Imprint from colophon.; 6 p. ; 24 cm.; CTRG00-B159.
Fiche: 33,831-33,832 Chase, C M. (Charles Monroe), 1829-1902.
The editor's run in New Mexico and Colorado : embracing twenty-eight letters on stock raising agriculture, territorial history.
[Montpelier, Vt. : Printed at the "Argus and patriot" steam book and job printing house]. 
233 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.; CTRG00-B160.
Fiche: 33,833-33,838 All about California and the inducements to settle there.
San Francisco : California Immigrant Union. 1871
"Third ten thousand." "For gratuitous circulation." California as a home for the emigrant / by John S. Hittell: p. -40.; 64 p. : charts ; 22 cm.; CTRG00-B167.
Fiche: 33,839-33,841 Bookwalter, John W. (John Wesley), 1837-1915.
Canyon and crater, or, Scenes in California and the Sandwich Islands.
82 p.,  pages of plates : ill. (some col.), port. ; 24 cm.; CTRG00-B169.
Fiche: 33,851-33,853 Colorado : a complete tourists' guide to the splendors of Colorado, the grandest and most awe-inspiring natural scenery in the world.
Chicago : Chicago & North-Western Railway, Passenger Dept. 1906
"Illustrated profusely throughout with halftone engravings from original photographs."; 41 p. : ill., map ; 22 cm.; CTRG00-B170.
Fiche: 33,854-33,855 Ceuleneer, Adolphe de, 1849-1924.
Le Colorado : conference faite à la Société royale de géographie d'Anvers.
Anvers : Impr. veuve de Backer. 1890
Includes bibliographical references.; 27 p. ; 25 cm.; CTRG00-B171.
Fiche: 33,856-33,857 Chicago and North Western Railway Company. Passenger Dept.
California : a brief description of the chief points of interest in the state and the most convenient means of reaching them : together with information concerning train service to the coast via the Chicago, Union Pacific & North-western line.
Chicago : Chicago & Northwestern Ry., General Passenger Dept. 1905
compiled by Marcus W. Bates; 20 p. : ill. (chiefly folded) ; 15 cm.; CTRG00-B173.
Fiche: 33,860-33,861 Duhaut-Cilly, Auguste Bernard, 1790-1849.
Viaggio intorno al globo : principalmente alla California ed alle isole Sandwich negli anni 1826, 1827, 1828 e 1829.
Torino : Stabilimento Tipografico Fontana. 1841
con l'aggiunta delle osservazioni sugli abitanti di quei paesi di Paolo Emilio Botta ; traduzione dal francese nell'italiano di Carlo Botta; Includes bibliographical references.; 2 v. : ill., charts ; 21 cm.; CTRG00-B174.
Fiche: 33,862-33,875 Lyman, Albert.
Journal of a voyage to California and life in the gold diggings : and also of a voyage from California to the Sandwich Islands.
Hartford, Conn. : E.T. Pease. 1852
The author was a member of the Connecticut Mining and Trading Company, which sailed from New York for California in February, 1849. "List of members."--P. ; 192 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.; CTRG00-B175.
Fiche: 33,876-33,880 Blake, Mary E. (Mary Elizabeth), 1840-1907.
On the wing : rambling notes of a trip to the Pacific.
Boston : Lee and Shepard. 1883
3rd ed.; Includes index.; 235 p. ; 17 cm.; CTRG00-B176.
"With illustrations from photographs by the author." Publisher's advertisements:  p., third group. Partly reprinted from various periodicals. Includes index. Racing an avalanche -- Little conservationists -- Harvest time with beavers -- Mountain-top weather -- Rob of the Rockies -- Sierra Blanca -- The wealth of the woods -- The forest fire -- Insects in the forest -- Dr. Woodpecker, tree-surgeon -- Little boy grizzly -- Alone with a landslide -- The maker of scenery and soil -- A rainy day at the stream's source -- The fate of a tree seed -- In a mountain blizzard -- A midget in fur -- The Estes Park region.; xi, 355,  p.,  leaves of plates : ill. ; 21 cm.; CTRG00-B182.
Fiche: 33,916-33,926 Cole, Gilbert L., b. 1828?.
In the early days along the overland trail in Nebraska territory, in 1852.
Kansas City, Mo. : Franklin Hudson Pub. Co. [c.1905]
"Compiled by Mrs. A. Hardy."; 125 p.,  leaf of plates : port., music ; 18 cm.; CTRG00-B194.
Fiche: 33,927-33,930 Jefferson, H.E.
Oklahoma, the beautiful land : an exciting narrative of the scenes incident to the occupation of Oklahoma : a complete history of the country and its wondrous development.
Chicago : Belford, Clarke & Co. 1889
Cover title.; iv, 9-202 p. ; 16 cm.; CTRG00-B195.
Fiche: 33,931-33,936 Hines, Gustavus, 1809-1873.
Wild life in Oregon : being a stirring recital of actual scenes of daring and peril among the gigantic forests and terrific rapids of the Columbia River.
New York : Hurst & Co. [c.1881]
Also published Buffalo, 1850, under title: A voyage round the world; with a history of the Oregon mission.; 437 p.,  leaf of plates : ill. ; 16 cm.; CTRG00-B196.
Fiche: 33,937-33,947 Armstrong, A.N.
Oregon : comprising a brief history and full description of the territories of Oregon and Washington ... : together with remarks upon the social position, productions, resources and prospects of the country, a dissertation upon the climate, and a full description of the Indian tribes of the Pacific slope ... : interspersed with incidents of travel and adventure.
A new history of Oregon and California : containing complete descriptions of those countries, together with the Oregon treaty and correspondence, and a vast amount of information relating to the soil, climate, productions, rivers and lakes, and the various routes over the Rocky Mountains.
Cincinnati : G. Conclin. 1847
160 p.,  leaf of plates : ill. ; 19 cm.; CTRG00-B198.
Fiche: 33,953-33,958 Thrilling adventures, travels and explorations of Doctor Elijah White : among the Rocky Mountains and in the Far West : with incidents of two sea voyages via Sandwich Islands around Cape Horn.
New York : J.W. Yale. 1859
compiled by Miss A.J. Allen; Published in 1848 and 1850 under title: Ten years in Oregon.; 430 p.,  leaf of plates : port. ; 19 cm.; CTRG00-B199.
The lost trappers : a collection of interesting scenes and events in the Rocky Mountains : together with a short description of California : also, some account of the fur trade, especially as carried on about the sources of the Missouri, Yellow Stone, and on the waters of the Columbia, in the Rocky Mountains.
Cincinnati : Anderson, Gates & Wright. 1859
First edition: Cincinnati, 1847. Purports to be a narrative, taken from the journal of Ezekiel Williams and other sources, of the wanderings of Williams, James Workman and Samuel Spencer in the western country from 1807 to 1810. The work is called a fabrication by H. M. Chittenden (American fur trade, 1902, v. 2, p. 651-656). It apparently has, however, some foundation in fact. Cf. L. Houck, History of Missouri, 1908, v. 3, p. 93-94.; 255 p. ; 17 cm.; CTRG00-B201.
Fiche: 33,978-33,985 Colton, Walter, 1797-1851.
Deck and port, or, Incidents of a cruise in the United States frigate Congress to California : with sketches of Rio Janeiro, Valparaiso, Lima, Honolulu, and San Francisco.
New York : A.S. Barnes & Co. ; Cincinnati : H.W. Derby & Co. 1852
408 p.,  leaves of plates : ill. (some col.), map, port. ; 17 cm.; CTRG00-B202.
Fiche: 33,986-33,996 Carpenter, L. Cass (Lewis Cass), 1836-1908.
The tourist's guide to Colorado and the carbonate fields : Leadville and how to reach there.
The travels and romantic adventures of Monsieur Violet among the Snake Indians and wild tribes of the great western prairies.
London : Longman, Brown, Green, & Longmans. 1843
Also issued under titles: Narrative of the travels and adventures of Monsieur Violet in California, Sonora, and Western Texas; Monsieur Violet. Incorporates information and incidents, often verbatim, from newspaper articles written by G. W. Kendall and by Josiah Gregg and later included in the "Narrative of the Texan Santa F§e expedition" and "Commerce of the prairies." Cf. Raines' Bibliog. of Texas and the prefaces to the two titles mentioned.; 3 v. : fold. map. ; 20 cm.; CTRG00-B228.
Fiche: 34,044-34,065 Bidwell, John, 1819-1900.
Echoes of the past about California.
[Chico, Calif. : Chico advertiser]. [19--]
Pages 2-60 were first published in the Century illustrated monthly magazine for Nov. and Dec. 1890 and Feb. 1891; p. -91 were first published serially in Out West magazine in 1904.; 91 p.,  pages of plates : ill., port. ; 19 cm.; CTRG00-B229.
Scenery of the plains, mountains and mines, or, A diary kept upon the overland route to California, by way of the Great Salt Lake : travels in the cities, mines, and agricultural districts, embracing the return by the Pacific Ocean and Central America, in the years 1850, '51, '52 and '53.
Ogdensburgh [N.Y.] : J.C. Sprague. 1855
324 p. ; 17 cm.; CTRG00-B230.
Fiche: 34,070-34,078 Edwards, Philip Leget, 1812-1869.
California in 1837 : diary of Col. Philip L. Edwards containing an account of a trip to the Pacific Coast.
Sacramento : A.J. Johnston & Co. 1890
"Published in "Themis" by authority of the Board of State Library Trustees of the state of California."; 47 p. ; 15 cm.; CTRG00-B231.
Fiche: 34,079-34,081 France, Lewis B., 1833-1907.
With rod and line in Colorado waters.
Denver : Chain, Hardy & Co. 1884
Signed (p. 151): "Bourgeois."; 151 p.,  leaf of plates : map ; 19 cm.; CTRG00-B236.
Fiche: 34,082-34,086 Lydston, G. Frank (George Frank), 1858-1923.
Panama and the Sierras : a doctor's wander days.
Chicago : Riverton Press. 1900
illustrated from the author's original photographs; 283 p.,  leaves of plates : ill. ; 17 cm.; CTRG00-B232.
Fiche: 34,087-34,095 Gordon Cumming, C.F. (Constance Frederica), 1837-1924.
Granite crags of California.
Edinburgh : W. Blackwood and Sons. 1886
New ed.; viii, 384 p.,  leaves of plates : ill., map ; 19 cm.; CTRG00-B233.
Fiche: 34,096-34,105 The heroine of Saddle Mountain.
[Chicago] : R.R. Donnelley. 1897
edited by Mary G. Burdette; "For the Women's Baptist Home Mission Society ..., Chicago."; 52 p.,  leaf of plates : ill., ports. ; 20 cm.; CTRG00-B234.
Fiche: 34,106-34,108 Curley, Edwin A.
Nebraska : its advantages, resources, and drawbacks.
New York : American News Co. 1876
Includes index.; vi, 433 p.,  leaves of plates,  pages of plates : ill., maps. (7 fold.), charts ; 24 cm.; CTRG00-B235.
Fiche: 34,109-34,120 Cox, Ross, 1793-1853.
Adventures on the Columbia River : including the narrative of a residence of six years on the western side of the Rocky Mountains, among various tribes of Indians hitherto unknown : together with a journey across the American continent.
New-York : J. & J. Harper. 1832
xv, -335 p. ; 19 cm.; CTRG00-B253.
Fiche: 34,121-34,129 Rhymes of the Rockies, or, What the poets have found to say of the beautiful scenery on the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, the scenic line of the world.
Chicago : Poole Bros. 1887-1902
"Copyright ... by S. K. Hooper."; 6 v. : ill., maps (1 fold) ; 20 cm.; CTRG00-B254.
Fiche: 34,130-34,141 Colorado : its resources, its men : a lesson in prosperity.
compiled by Ben A. Block; "... [P]ublished by state authority." "... [R]ecognized as the only official document from Colorado to the Pan-American Exposition.";  p. : ill., port. ; 21 cm.; CTRG00-B255.
Fiche: 34,142-34,144 Bird, Horace A.
History of a line (Colorado Midland Railway) : in two parts : from plans to peaks, [and,] fishing and hunting in Colorado : a hand-book for tourists and sportsmen in the Rocky Mountains.
[New York : Press of the American Bank Note Co.]. 
published by the Passenger Department of the Colorado Midland R'y, Pike's Peake Route; The Broad Gauge Line, from Plains to Peaks -- The Fishing Line, fishing and hunting in Colorado.; 133 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.; CTRG00-B256.
Fiche: 34,145-34,148 Northern California : a description of its soil, climate, productions, markets, occupied and unoccupied lands : homes in a winterless climate, where all the products of the temperate and semi-tropic zones grow to perfection.
Sacramento : H.S. Crocker & Co. 1885
72 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.; CTRG00-B257.
Fiche: 34,149-34,151 Larrabee, Charles Hathaway, 1820-1883.
In the matter of the survey of the ranchos San Jose, Addition & Azusa, before Hon. Sherman Day, U.S. Surveyor-General : brief for the settlers.
San Francisco : Women's Co-operative Union Print. 1869
Charles H. Larrabee and Henry Hancock; Title from cover.; 50 p. ; 23 cm.; CTRG00-B280.
Fiche: 34,152-34,154 Denver and Rio Grande Railway Company.
Health, wealth and pleasure in Colorado and New Mexico : a reliable treatise on the famous pleasure and health resorts, and the rich mining and agricultural regions of the Rocky Mountains.
Chicago : Belford, Clarke & Co. 1881
127 p.,  leaf of plates : ill. ; 20 cm.; CTRG00-B279.
Fiche: 34,155-34,158 Famous Southern California scenes : a collection of views of southern California scenery.
Los Angeles : Baumbardt & Co. 1902
 p. of plates : ill.; CTRG00-B278.
Fiche: 34,159-34,162 Denver Board of Trade.
Board of Trade of Denver : officers of the Board for 1868.
Brooklyn, N.Y. : "Union" Steam Presses. 1868
12 p. ; 19 cm.; CTRG00-B277.
Fiche: 34,163-34,164 Klein, Julius, b. 1886.
The making of the treaty of Guadaloupe Hidalgo, on February 2, 1848 : the James Bryce Historical Prize Essay for 1905.
Berkeley : University Press. 1905
"Reprinted from the University chronicle, vol. VII, no. 4." "Sources cited and used": p. 71-73.; 73 p. : map ; 24 cm.; CTRG00-B258.
Fiche: 34,165-34,167 Keeler, Charles Augustus, 1871-1937.
Los Angeles : Passenger Dept., Santa Fe Route. 1899
illustrated with drawings from nature and from photographs by Louise M. Keeler; "Fifteenth thousand."; 140 p.,  leaf of plates : ill. ; 17 cm.; CTRG00-B350.
Fiche: 34,168-34,172 Donan, P. (Patrick).
The Columbia River empire : a land of promise for the homeseeker and homemaker.
Portland : Passenger Dept. of the Oregon Railroad and Navigation Co. 1902
Fiche: 34,173-34,175 Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Company.
Denver & Rio Grande official guide to cities, villages and resorts on the line of the Denver & Rio Grande R. R. : its branches and connections in Colorado, Utah, New Mexico : with a complete directory of resorts, hotels, banks, real estate dealers, architects, builders, constractors, etc., etc.
Denver : Western Pub. Co. 
"Published in the interest of the Passenger Department, D.& R.G.R.R., S.K. Hooper, Gen'l Pass'r & Ticket Agent, Denver, Col." Includes indexes.; 286,  p.,  leaf of plates : ill., maps (1 fold.), ports. ; 23 cm.; CTRG00-B352.
Statistics and information concerning the Indian Territory, Oklahoma, and the Cherokee Strip : with its millions of acres of unoccupied lands for the farmer and stock raiser : great inducements for the investment of capital : interesting sights and scenes for the tourist and pleasure-seeker.
[St. Louis : Woodward & Tiernan Printing Co.]. 
with compliments of the General Passenger Department of the Missouri Pacific Company; [Rev. ed.]; Ed. statement from cover.; 85 p.,  leaf of plates : ill., fold. map, charts ; 18 cm.; CTRG00-B356.