1800-1860: Lifestyles, Social Trends, Fashion, Sports & Recreation
1800-1860: Chapter Eight: Lifestyles, Social Trends, Fashion, Sports & Recreation
by MARTHA K. ROBINSON
TOPICS IN THE NEWS
Everyday Life: American Settlers 246
Everyday Life: Native Americans 247
Everyday Life: Spanish and Mexican Settlers 251
Negative Stereotype 251
Mining Camps 252
A Rare Sight 252
Native American Sports 253
Among the Apaches 254
The Overland Trails 255
On the Trail 256
“Sweet Betsy From Pike” 257
Recreation In Western Communities 258
Doña Gertrudis Barceló 260
Sir St. George Gore 260
Sidebars and tables are listed in italics.
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