Recent Examples of stagecoach from the Web
The decorations were intricate and dazzling and included a float rendition of a Christmas tree complete with 1,500 lights, a choo-choo train, motorboat, stagecoach, and of course Santa’s sleigh, which led the parade.
California schools have recently debated how to teach about the Gold Rush–era stagecoach driver Charley ____________, who may have been a transgender man.
In Redwood Valley, over a ridge from Potter Valley, residents take pride in their Old West culture, celebrating stagecoach robber Black Bart each summer.
Nashotah The former stagecoach stop, which opened in 1848—the same year Wisconsin became a state—offers a menu big on steaks and seafood.
The stagecoach run was discontinued in 1912 when the automobile took over.
There was a stagecoach stop and an inn and a post office.
With the introduction of the railroad in 1855, road use and the demand for a stagecoach declined.
Her great-grandfather, William Anderson, operated a mail stagecoach between Bel Air, Edgewood and Baltimore.
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