4 edition of Notes on the Missouri River, and some of the native tribes in its neighbourhood found in the catalog.
Notes on the Missouri River, and some of the native tribes in its neighbourhood
Written in English
|Other titles||Missouri River., Yellow Stone Expedition.|
|Statement||by a military gentleman attached to the Yellow Stone Expedition in 1819.|
|Series||Plains and the Rockies -- no. 18.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||50|
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Translated from the French Of M. Le PAGE Du PRATZ; With ſome. Thus far transcribed out of Mr. Filson s book. Then Mr. Edwards proceeds: "The said Missouri river is said to run a course of 3, miles before it falls into the Mississippi.
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The great valley of the Mississippi and Missouri, containing nearly one-half of North America, with its vast prairies, and mountains, and lakes, was the first field of my roamings, which occupied some five or six years of my life ; during which time I visited many tribes, and some of the finest races of mankind in America or in the world ; the.According to some accounts, the Irishman Thomas Ashe was "a slippery character" whose "entire career was checkered with intrigue, misrepresentation, and fraud." Be this as it may there is no reason to suspect that explorer Ashe did not actually make an extensive trip on a flatboat, down the Ohio and parts of the Mississippi in