5 edition of Journal of an expedition to the grand prairies of the Missouri, 1840 found in the catalog.
Journal of an expedition to the grand prairies of the Missouri, 1840
Includes bibliographical references (p. -181) and index.
|Statement||by William Fairholme ; edited by Jack B. Tykal.|
|Contributions||Tykal, Jack B.|
|LC Classifications||F598 .F35 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||186 p. :|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||96014042|
North Dakota History: Journal of the Northern Plains, and its predecessors, has been published for more than one hundred is a listing of articles and book reviews for each issue since Many back issues of the journal are available for purchase at the Museum Store.. Vol. 84, No. 2/Winter In , an expedition was undertaken 1 American State Papers, “Foreign Relations” vol. iv, by Robert McKnight, James Baird, Samuel Chambers, Peter Baum, Benjamin Shrive, Alfred Allen, Michael McDonald, William Mines, and Thomas Cook, all citizens of Missouri Territory; they were arrested by the Spaniards, charged with being in Spanish.
Schoolcraft’s first published book on the Ozarks “A View of The Lead Mines of Missouri,” is much rarer and can be extremely hard to find. Since the book did not sell well during its initial publication in and much of the technical information is now obsolete, no attempts have been made to reprint the work to a . Brackenridge, in the journal of his voyage up the Missouri in , mentions the old village as follows; "High prairies south west side continued under sail through another long stretch (of prairie) and had a fine view of the old Kansas village at the upper end of it.
Mormonism Exposed: Being a Journal of a Residence in Missouri from the 28th of May to the 20th of August, Author: William Swartzell: Edition: reprint: Publisher: Modern Microfilm Company, Original from: University of Chicago: Digitized: Length: 24 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan5/5(1). Since , BookFinder has made it easy to find any book at the best price. Whether you want the cheapest reading copy or a specific collectible edition, with BookFinder, you'll find just the right book. searches the inventories of over , booksellers worldwide, accessing millions of books in just one simple step.
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Fairholme's journal, therefore, provides an important record of the Great Plains for the year from a British officer's perspective, particularly in its vivid descriptions of cities and towns between lower Canada and the Missouri settlements.
Review of Journal of an Expedition to the Grand Prairies of the Missouri By William. Genre/Form: Diaries History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fairholme, William, Journal of an expedition to the grand prairies of the Missouri, William Fairholme (), a twenty-year-old Lieutenant of the British army, and six fellow officers shared a sporting expedition to hunt buffalo on the Kansas Plains in the summer and fall of They made one of only five parties to travel the Santa Fe Trail that year, its lowest incidence between and Fairholme's journal, therefore, provides an important record of the Great Author: Jay H.
Buckley. Fairholme\u27s journal, therefore, provides an important record of the Great Plains for the year from a British officer\u27s perspective, particularly in its vivid descriptions of cities and towns between lower Canada and the Missouri settlements.
Fairholme tells us a lot about traveling in the : Jay H. Buckley. William Fairholme: Journal of an Expedition to the Grand Prairies of the Mi Journal, Volumes - $ Journal, Volumes by Grand Army Of The Re (English) Hardcover Book Free Shi.
William Fairholme: Journal of an Expedition to the Grand Prairies of the Missouri, Edited by Jack B Tykalo and published by the Arthur H Clark Company, Spokane ISBN stationed in Canada.
In he was invited to join a party composed of other British. Among the online historical diaries available include the handwritten journal of the only member of the Lewis and Clark expedition to die en route, Sgt. Charles Floyd; the Diary of Presbyterian missionary Cutting Marsh (); and the diary of Emily Quiner, who went South in June to work in a Civil War hospital for wounded soldiers.
Includes facsimile of t.-p. of London edition with title: Account of an expedition from Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains, performed in the yearsBy order of the Hon. Calhoun, Secretary of War, under the command of Maj.
Long of the U.S. Top. Engineers. JS made no journal entries during the expedition to Missouri Area acquired by U.S. in Louisiana Purchase,and established as territory, Missouri Compromise,admitted Missouri as slave state, A map depicting the route taken by Lewis and Clark on their first expedition from the Missouri River (near St.
Louis, Missouri) to the mouth of the Columbia River (at the Pacific Ocean in. Explore thousands of old and rare books, including illuminated manuscripts, fine press editions, illustrated books, incunabula, limited editions and miniature books.
Whether you're a budding rare book collector or a bibliophile with an evniable collection, discover an amazing selection of rare and collectible books from booksellers around the. The explorations of John Charles Fremont, made under an act of Congress, were of much importance in placing before the people a faithful description of the region west of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers.
His first expedition was made in with only 21 men from the St. Louis, Missouri area, principally Creole and Canadian voyageurs who had become familiar with prairie life in the.
Joseph Nicolas Nicollet (J – Septem ), also known as Jean-Nicolas Nicollet, was a French geographer, astronomer, and mathematician known for mapping the Upper Mississippi River basin during the s.
Nicollet led three expeditions in the region between the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, primarily in Minnesota, South Dakota, and North Dakota. The bilingual Shoshone woman Sacagawea (c. – ) accompanied the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery expedition in from the northern plains.
Excerpts from the Journals of the Corps of Discovery (link to PBS) Lewis and Clark Journals (link to UNL) Marcy, Randoph Barnes.
The Prairie Traveler: A Hand-book for Overland Expeditions (link to Kansas Collection, U Kansas) Parkman, Francis Jr. The Oregon Trail (Link to U Va) Lewis, M.
and Clark, W. Journals of Lewis and Clark (link to U Va). Nuttall embarked on an expedition to the Great Lakes in and, a year later, was part of William Price Hunt’s Astor Expedition that ascended the Missouri River.
The impending War of caused Nuttall to voyage to England, but he returned to the United States intraveling through the southeast and publishing The Genera of North. Karl Bodmer, c– Rare Book Division, The New York Public Library.
1 T he expedition travels nine miles up the Missouri. They pass the sandbars and shoals below the Grand River and then camp at its mouth. Joseph N. Nicollet on the Plains and Prairies: The Expeditions of with Journals, Letters, and Notes on the Dakota Indians - Nicollet, Joseph N.
$ Add to Cart Details. Swartzell, William. Mormonism Exposed, Being a Journal of a Residence in Missouri from the 28th of May to the 20th of August,Together with an Appendix, Containing the Revelation concerning the Golden Bible, with Numerous Extracts from the ‘Book of Covenants,’ &c., &c.
Pekin. The Fur Trade on the Upper Missouri, –Norman, University of Oklahoma Press. Fur Trader and Visitor Journals (edited volumes): Abel, Annie Heloise (ed) Tabeau’s Narrative of Loisel’s Expedition to the Upper Missouri, Norman.
Casler, Michael M. (ed). The Lewis and Clark Expedition explores the upper Missouri and Oregon Territory. - Zebulon Pike searches for the source of the Mississippi and explores the Rocky Mountain.
John Jacob Astor establishes a trading post in Oregon. - .When he was at Fort Benton on the Missouri River inMeriwether Lewis correctly asserted in his journal that: “I am induced to believe that the Brown, the white and the Grizly bear of this country are the same species only differing in colour from age or more probably from the same natural cause that many other anamals of the same family.Monday May the 14th Showery day.
Capt Clark Set out at 3 oClock P. M. for the western expedition. one Gun fired. a nomber of Citizens see us Start. the party consisted of 3 Sergeants & 38 Good hands,  which maned the Batteaux and two pearogues.  we Sailed up the Missouri 6 miles & encamped  on the N.
Side of the River.