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Mobile 14

The Mochila has 4 pockets, or cantinas, 3 of which were locked. The only 2 keys for the locks were at the opposite ends of the trail. The 4th cantina was left open to pick up military dispatches along the way. The mail, written on onion skin paper, was wrapped in oil skin to protect it from the weather.

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Mobile 13

Relay stations, like this one, were built every 10-15 miles apart. As a rule, riders had 2 minutes to get a drink, go to the bathroom and change the mochila over to a fresh horse. Two men usually manned the station, a station keeper and a stock tender who were paid about $40 a month.

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Mobile 12

Now we begin the long journey to California through our 60 ft. diorama. Getting off the river boat in what is now Elwood, Kansas, the rider would streak across the prairie to the Cottonwood Station which is about 80 miles from St. Joseph. Riders braved buffalo stampedes, thunderstorms, and prairie fires set off by lightning.

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Mobile 11

Mayor of St. Joseph, who gave his famous speech during the inaugural ride of the Pony Express.

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Mobile 10

Oxen pulled covered wagons westward. Usually, 4 oxen were used to pull. St. Joseph was a “jumping off” place for the Oregon and California trails. Enjoy the artifacts!

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Mobile 9

St. Joseph was the western terminus of both the telegraph and railroad. The firm’s company, Central Overland California and Pike’s Peak Express Company, contracted with citizens of St. Joseph for office and livery space. Did you know that the abbreviated name C.O.C. & P.P. could mean, “Currently Out of Cash and Poor Pay?”

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Mobile 8

William Russell, Alexander Majors and William Waddell set out to earn a government mail contract worth $1 million. To accomplish this, they had to prove that the central overland route was faster and more reliable to get mail to California.

Russell, the idea man, was approached by Senator William Gwin of California with the mail proposal.

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