Travels in the interior of America, in the years 1809, 1810, and 1811; :
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Travels in the interior of America, in the years 1809, 1810, and 1811; : including a description of upper Louisiana, together with the states of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and Tennessee, with the Illinois and western territories, and containing remarks and observations useful to persons emigrating to those countries /

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Liverpool: :Printed for the author, by Smith and Galway, and published by Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, London,1817.

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1768-1823 , 19th century , Botany , Bradbury, John, , Description and travel , Glossaries, vocabularies, etc , History , Indians of North America , Middle west , Mississippi River Valley , Missouri River Valley , Northwestern States , Ohio River Valley , Osage language , Travel , United States

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http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.67390

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Travels in the interior of America, in the years 1809, 1810, and 1811; : including a description of upper Louisiana, together with the states of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and Tennessee, with the Illinois and western territories, and containing remarks and observations useful to persons emigrating to those countries /

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Bradbury, John, 1768-1823

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Book

Publication info

Liverpool: :Printed for the author, by Smith and Galway, and published by Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, London,1817.

Notes:

The author ascended the Missouri River in company with the Pacific Fur Company's expedition 1811, under command of Wilson P. Hunt.

Appendix: Vocabulary of some words in the Osage language -- Oration delivered by the Big Elk, the chief of the Maha nation, over the grave of the Black Buffaloe, chief of the Tetons ... 14th July, 1813 -- Narrative of the expedition of Mr. Hunt [by Ramsay Crooks] extracted from the Missouri gazette -- Description of the Missouri Territory -- Remarks on the states of Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana, with the Illinois and western territory, and on the emigrations to those countries -- Catalogue of some of the more rare or valuable plants discovered in the neighbourhood of St. Louis and on the Missouri -- Observations on the nature of animalcules, and principles of vegetable physiology [by John Bywater].

Errata slip follows p. xii.

Citation/References: Wagner-Camp-Becker | 14:1

Citation/References: Graff Coll. | 383

Citation/References: Pilling, J.C. Bibl. Siouan langs., | p. 7

Citation/References: Clark, T.D. Old South, | II, 137

Citation/References: Sabin | 7207

Subjects

1768-1823 , 19th century , Botany , Bradbury, John, , Description and travel , Glossaries, vocabularies, etc , History , Indians of North America , Middle west , Mississippi River Valley , Missouri River Valley , Northwestern States , Ohio River Valley , Osage language , Travel , United States

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F353 .B79

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English

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LCCN: 01008682
OCLC: 2159908
OCLC: 370469374

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http://dx.doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.67390

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