First Taylor Trade Publishing paperback edition. - Lanham, Maryland : Taylor Trade Publishing, 2006.
Book — x, 193 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
In the 1870s, people traveling west of the Mississippi were still venturing into the wild. Loud, smoke-belching trains might have cut across the rough terrain, but harsh weather, rigid seats, and short breaks for bad food in the middle of nowhere showed the West was by no means won. Entrepreneur Fred Harvey had an eye for such problems and a nerve for the impossible. In 1876, he began establishing high-quality dining rooms along the Santa Fe Railroad, and his Harvey Houses helped change the entire picture of the American West. Recapture the spirit of the first western railway excursions with The Harvey House Cookbook. Its 200-plus vintage recipes, numerous period photos, and fascinating stories will take readers back to one of America's legendary experiences in the Old West. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This book is the story of the people and places of the Fred Harvey Company, which together with the Santa Fe Railway helped to bring about the craze for Native American arts and crafts that remains today Based on an exhibit of the Heard Museum. (source: Nielsen Book Data)