From Here to Yender: Early Trails and Highway Life


This book is bound in orange cloth boards with gilt lettering on the front and spine. Some light cover wear; small stain at spine edge; inner pages are clean, save for a few pencil marks and owner's name on second endpaper. Author's black-and-white illustrations appear throughout. This is a folksy but factual look at how early Americans got from here to there. The book also looks at how this impacted people's lives by examing the roles of traveling salesmen and peddlars, country doctors, inns, mail delivery, how food was stored, and more. 308 pages; approx. 6"x8".



  • FROM HERE TO YENDER: EARLY TRAILS AND HIGHWAY LIFE
  • Marion Nicholl Rawson
  • E.P. Dutton and Co., 1932
  • First edition