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C. P. Vance, who drove a wagon when the soldiers went into Mexico "the first time, way back in '46."
`But these modern maps ain't right. I can't find Brown's Hole, an' I can't find Bridger Pass, nor Spear Fish, nor Bear River. Why, these new maps ain't got the old streams. They've got railroads an' railroads all over 'em— but the rivers we used to cross ain't there.
"It just mixes me all up an' I can't tell where I am. If I could only get one of these old maps."
"Write to the headquarters of the United States. They'll send you an old map."
"Sure, I will, I never thought of that."