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Parsons on the plains
Based on the author"s Forest, lake and prairie, Saddle, sled and snowshoe, and Stirring scenes of life in the Canadian North West.
|Statement||edited by Thomas Bredin.|
|Contributions||Bredin, Thomas Frederick, 1922- ed.|
|LC Classifications||F1060.8 .M1357|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||193|
|LC Control Number||73158102|
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Across the Plains () is the middle section of Robert Louis Stevenson's three-part travel memoir which began with The Amateur Emigrant and ended with The Silverado Squatters. The book contains 12 chapters, each a story or essay unto itself.
The title chapter is the longest, and is divided into 7 : An Inland Voyage (), Edinburgh:. A vacant office building in White Plains, N.Y., substituted for The Post; the General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen of New York City on West 44th Street for The Times.
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Parsons was named after Levi Parsons, president of the Missouri–Kansas–Texas Railroad. The town was founded in and incorporated the following year. It soon became a major hub for several railroads including the Missouri Kansas & Texas Railroad, Parsons & Pacific Railroad, Kansas City & Pacific Railroad, and the Memphis, Kansas & Colorado : Labette.
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Today the term is normally used for some parish clergy.