Forgotten History Video - April 6, 2018
These day we text, message, and still use electronic mail (e-mail), getting information instantaneously. But imagine living in the new frontier of the Wild West and waiting weeks or months for any hand-written mail or messages of any kind. Patience is a virtue, most definitely.
Waiting on a stagecoach to bring you your letters, information, and packages seemed to be taking much too long for most. A sped-up delivery system was created to add horse-power to the postal service.
The Pony Express blazed the trail for connecting the people of the United States one letter, one gallop at a time. Learn about the story of this inventive service with today's video.
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The Story of the Pony Express
The Pony Express was an innovative service that provided mail and message delivery at a much quicker speed across the United States, especially in the American West Frontier.
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