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Context of The traveler's companion through the great interior. : A guide for the road to California, by the South Pass in the Rocky Mountains, and Sublett's and Headpath's cut offs; being a much better and nearer road than the one formerly traveled by the emigrants. Containing a correct description of the road, with the distances by actual measurement, entering California by crossing the great Sierra Nevada, at the headwaters of the Yuba River.
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