9 thoughts on “ Shortest Song In The World - Butterfield Stage Line - Butterfield Stage Line (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Aug 13,  · Approximate route of the Butterfield Overland Stage though Texas Special credit to Steven Craig. The Butterfield Overland Mail Trail ran from about to on a route that began in either Memphis or St. Louis and terminated in San Francisco carrying passengers and U. S. Mail. It began with the Overland Mail Expedition,.
  2. The Butterfield Stage Line began operation in The first westbound stage arrived in Springfield September 17, , three hours ahead of time. The first eastbound stage arrived there on October 22, , with five passengers, together with mail, freight, express and treasures. Six horses were used in relays, with the old Concord type of.
  3. Butterfield Overland Mail (officially the Overland Mail Company) was a stagecoach service in the United States operating from to It carried passengers and U.S. Mail from two eastern termini, Memphis, Tennessee, and St. Louis, Missouri, to San Francisco, seuphoscywebfsolmo.rimtheborrefotiferecacasttranat.co routes from each eastern terminus met at Fort Smith, Arkansas, and then continued through Indian Territory (), Texas.
  4. Nov 28,  · A Butterfield Stage was attacked by Indians on February 4, , however no one on the stage was killed. To its credit, no one on a Butterfield Stage was every killed. Nor was a stage ever held up by outlaws, because it was well-known that these stages never carried gold or other valuables.
  5. The Butterfield contract called for semi-weekly runs, covering 2, miles in a maximum of 25 days. In its two and a half years of operation the Butterfield never broke its contract. Imagine the feeling of isolation experienced by the station masters and their crews, and the sense of excitement and companionship brought by the stages.
  6. John Butterfield () was a transportation pioneer in the midth century in the American Northwest and Southwest. He founded many companies, including American Express that is still in operation today. The Butterfield Overland Mail Company was the longest stage line in the world. The line operated from to on the Southern Overland Trail and established an important .
  7. Apr 15,  · The famous Southern Overland Mail Route, better known as the Butterfield Stage in romantic Wild West movies, actually operated its twice-weekly mail and passenger service for less than three years from September 15, until March 1, Two trails from the east started from St. Louis and from Memphis, Tennessee. When the trails met.
  8. Jan 04,  · The Butterfield Overland Stage Line began operation in The first westbound stage made it to Springfield September 17, , some three hours ahead of schedule. The first eastbound stage arrived in Springfield on October 22, That stage was carrying five passengers, along with mail, freight, and express parcels.
  9. At the age of 19, John Butterfield, Sr. moved to Utica, New York, and immediately began to work for stage seuphoscywebfsolmo.rimtheborrefotiferecacasttranat.co he was a founding member of the American Express Compan seuphoscywebfsolmo.rimtheborrefotiferecacasttranat.co , when he bid on the Overland Mail Company contract, he owned and operated 40 stage lines in .

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *