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Travel in the 1840s?
Posted by: kjg929 (ID *****8745) Date: December 30, 2008 at 21:07:49
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I have a relative that traveled from New York to Michigan to join up with the militia that travelled to Vera Cruz, Mexico for the Mexican War..my question is does anyone have information about modes of transport during this time from these locations (NY to MI)? I am trying to create a complete picture of his travels. By the way, he arrived after the war was over and then died of disease.
Thanks,
kjg


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