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eBook Before Lewis and Clark: Documents Illustrating the History of the Missouri, 1785-1804, Vol. 2 epub

by A. P. Nasatir,James P. Ronda

eBook Before Lewis and Clark: Documents Illustrating the History of the Missouri, 1785-1804, Vol. 2 epub
  • ISBN: 0803283628
  • Author: A. P. Nasatir,James P. Ronda
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: Americas
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Nebraska Press; Annotated edition edition (May 1, 1990)
  • Pages: 397 pages
  • ePUB size: 1177 kb
  • FB2 size 1110 kb
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Translated, annotated, and arranged chronologically by A. P. Nasatir, they form an exciting and indispensable record of the westward exploration that set the stage for Lewis and Clark. James P. Ronda has introduced the Bison Book reprint of this volume, as he did the first.

For Before Lewis and Clark, A. Nasatir translated and annotated 239 documents relating to the history . Ronda, is retired as Professor at the University of Tulsa, where he held the H. G. Barnard Chair of Western American History

For Before Lewis and Clark, A. Nasatir translated and annotated 239 documents relating to the history of the exploration of the Missouri River through 1804. Barnard Chair of Western American History. He is also a distinguished historian of the early American fur trade, Astoria and Empire. Professor Ronda’s recent publications include The West the Railroads Made.

Before Lewis and Clark book. For Before Lewis and Clark, A. Nasatir translated and annotated. The volume also includes seven maps; two For Before Lewis and Clark, A. Nasatir translated and annotated 239 documents relating to the history of the exploration of the Missouri River through 1804, when Lewis and Clark began their ascent of the waterway.

This history of the pre-Lewis and Clark Missouri River provides a comprehensive data base and . Missouri, 1785- 1804. University of Missouri-Columbia

This history of the pre-Lewis and Clark Missouri River provides a comprehensive data base and summary that is unobtainable in any other form. The original two-volume set, unfortunately, has been out of print for many years, and the great cost of the original volumes (usually in three figures) on the used book market is added testimony to their scholarly value. A reprint of this landmark study was long overdue. University of Missouri-Columbia. Follow this and additional works at: h?p://digitalcommons. Part of the Other International and Area Studies Commons.

Nasatir, Abraham Phineas, 1904-. Fur trade - Missouri River Valley, Missouri River Valley - History - Sources, Missouri River. St. Louis, St. Louis Historical Documents Foundation. inlibrary; printdisabled; trent university;.

University of Nebraska Press. Very good wrappers, vo. very good wrappers/paperback. Bookseller Inventory 120190. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Title: Before Lewis and Clark: Documents. Ronda is the author of Lewis and Clark among the Indians (1984) and Astoria and Empire (1990), both published by the University of Nebraska Press. The volume also includes seven maps; two facsimile illustrations; and an excerpt from the journal of Jean Baptiste Truteau, the Canadian-born explorer whose record of his 1794-95 travels proved valuable to Lewis and Clark.

Indiana Magazine of History.

St. Louis Historical Documents Foundation, St. Louis, 1952.

Before lewis and clark. EXCELLENT RESOURCE ON THE HISTORY OF LOUISIANA UNDER SPANISH AND FRENCH CONTROL AND JEFFERSON'S INTENTIONS AND MANIPULATIONS BEFORE THE SALE TO THE . VOLUME I INCLUDES 5 LARGE FOLD OUT MAPS AND VOLUME 2 INCLUDES 2 SKETCH MAPS AND 2 FACSIMILE LETTERS. Green cloth boards with gilt lettering on spines.

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The exploration of the Missouri River country by the immediate predecessors of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark is documented in Volume II of this monumental work. It continues the historical record begun in the first volume, bringing together letters, journals, and other documents dating from 1796 to 1804, the first year of the Americans' great expedition. In their journals Zenon Truteau and James Mackay describe journeys up the Missouri and encounters with Indian tribes. Before Lewis and Clark includes letters and other documents relating to topography trading, the Indian policy of the Spanish regime, the encroachments of the British, and divers matters. Translated, annotated, and arranged chronologically by A. P. Nasatir, they form an exciting and indispensable record of the westward exploration that set the stage for Lewis and Clark.

James P. Ronda has introduced the Bison Book reprint of this volume, as he did the first. He discusses the history and the dreams behind the documents.

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