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Vanished Arizona: Recollections of the Army Life of a New England Woman

Martha Summerhayes (1844-1911)

1. 00 - Preface
2. 01 - Germany and the Army
3. 02 - I Joined the Army
4. 03 - Army House-Keeping
5. 04 - Down the Pacific Coast
6. 05 - The Slue
7. 06 - Up the Rio Colorado
8. 07 - The Mojave Desert
9. 08 - Learning How to Soldier
10. 09 - Across the Mogollons
11. 10 - A Perilous Adventure
12. 11 - Camp Apache
13. 12 - Life Amongst the Apaches
14. 13 - A New Recruit
15. 14 - A Memorable Journey
16. 15 - Fording the Little Colorado
17. 16 - Stoneman's Lake
18. 17 - The Colorado Desert
19. 18 - Ehrenberg on the Colorado
20. 19 - Summer at Ehrenberg
21. 20 - My Deliverer
22. 21 - Winter in Ehrenberg
23. 22 - Return to the States
24. 23 - Back to Arizona
25. 24 - Up the Valley of the Gila
26. 25 - Old Camp MacDowell
27. 26 - A Sudden Order
28. 27 - The Eight Foot Leaves Arizona
29. 28 - California and Nevada
30. 29 - Changing Station
31. 30 - Fort Niobrara
32. 31 - Santa Fe
33. 32 - Texas
34. 33 - David's Island
35. 34 - Appendix

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Summary

This is the lively autobiography of Martha Summerhayes, the wife of an officer in the American Army. Here, she tells many stories about life and conditions in different camps and forts in which she lived with her expanding family, people along the way, and Journeys.