CITY OF ST. PAUL.
First settlement of St. Paul Population Appearance of the city
Fuller House Visitors Roads Minneapolis St. Anthony
LETTER IV. THE BAR.
Character of the Minnesota bar Effect of connecting land business
with practice Courts Recent Legislation of Congress as to the
territorial judiciary The code of practice Practice in land
cases Chances for lawyers in the West Charles O'Connor Requisite
qualifications of a lawyer The power and usefulness of a great
lawyer Talfourd's character of Sir William Follett Blending law
with politics Services of lawyers in deliberative assemblies
LETTER V. ST. PAUL TO CROW WING IN TWO DAYS.
Stages Roads Rum River Indian treaty Itasca Sauk Rapids
Watab at midnight Lodging under difficulties Little Rock River
Character of Minnesota streams Dinner at Swan River Little Falls
Fort Ripley Arrival at Crow Wing
LETTER VI. THE TOWN OF CROW WING.
Scenery First Settlement of Crow Wing Red Lake Indians Mr.
Morrison Prospects of the town Upper navigation Mr. Beaulieu
Washington's theory as to Norfolk Observations on the growth of
LETTER VII. CHIPPEWA INDIANS HOLE-IN-THE-DAY.
Description of the Chippewa tribes Their habits and customs
Mission at Gull Lake Progress in farming Visit to
Hole-in-the-day His enlightened character Reflections on Indian
character, and the practicability of their civilization Their
education Mr. Manypenny's exertions
LETTER VIII. LUMBERING INTERESTS.