Journal of a voyage up the river Missouri

performed in eighteen hundred and eleven.
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Published by Coale and Maxwell, Pomeroy & Troy, printers , Baltimore
Indians of North America -- Northwestern States., Missouri R
SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 13151.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationviii, 246 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17567687M

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About the author: Henry Marie Brackenri 5/5(1). Excerpt from Journal of a Voyage Up the River Missouri: Performed in Eighteen Hundred and Eleven by H. Brackenridge, Esq. Tee following is the Journal of a voyage, Of four or five months, on the Missouri river, beyond the settlements.4/5(1).

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Brackenridge, Esq. Tee following is the Journal of a voyage, Of four or five months, on the Missouri river, beyond the settlements. The voyage was undertaken in the Spirit of adventure, which characterises so many Of our countrymen, and with little.

Journal of a voyage up the river Missouri: performed in by Henry Marie Brackenridge, Reuben Gold Thwaites, Jedediah Vincent Huntington. Publisher A.H.

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Clark Co., Book from the collections of Harvard University Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by. "Reprint of the second edition (Baltimore, ).

Parts I, II, and III of the Appendix are here omitted, as irrelevant."--p. [19].

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The Journal of a Voyage Up The Missouri River, Inwhich Henry M. Brackenridge first published in as an addition to his Views Of Louisiana, consisted of "hasty notes," the author tells us, that he had intended to enlarge upon dge that the naturalist John Bradbury planned to write about the country and that the Lewis and Clark expedition had collected a great amount of.

JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE UP THE MISSOURI RIVER, IN Henry Marie Brackenridge Cramer, Spear and Eichbaum. Pittsburgh. CHAPTER 1. MANUEL LISA, of whom I have spoken in the "Views," was chosen by the company, to take the management of its affairs on the Missouri, and endeavor to retrieve them if possible.

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Travels in the Interior of America. Campbell, Robert. Rocky Mountain Letters. Catlin, George. Genre/Form: Travel writing History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brackenridge, H.M. (Henry Marie), Journal of a voyage up the river Missouri. An illustration of an open book. Books.

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(Henry Marie), 1n. Publication date Topics Louisiana Purchase. Get this from a library. Journal of a voyage up the river Missouri: performed in eighteen hundred and eleven. [H M Brackenridge]. Summary of Content: Full title: "Views of Louisiana: together with a Journal of a voyage up the Missouri River, in " Printed and published by Cramer, Spear and Eichbaum, Franklin head office.

People: Brackenridge, Henry M. Historical Era: The New Nation, Subjects: Frontiers and Exploration Westward Expansion Louisiana Purchase.

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Inwhen the United States purchased Louisiana from France, the great expanse of this new American territory was a blank—not only on the map but in our knowledge. President Thomas Jefferson keenly understood that the course of the nation's destiny lay westward and that a national "Voyage of Discovery" must be mounted to determine the nature and accessibility of the frontier/5(4).

The Corps of Discovery embarks from Camp Dubois outside of St. Louis, Missouri, in a foot keelboat to begin the westward journey up the Missouri River. Among the man crew of. Early Western Travels, Franchère, G. Narrative of a Voyage to the Northwest Coast, Brackenridge, H.M. Journal of a Voyage Up the River Missouri in [Thwaites, Reuben Gold] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Early Western Travels, Franchère, G. Narrative of a Voyage to the Northwest Coast, Author: Reuben Gold Thwaites. Steamboating on the Missouri River began in Maywhen the Independence, a boat commissioned by Elias Rector and captained by John Nelson, became the first steamboat to successfully navigate the Missouri River, making it to Franklin in thirteen days (seven days of actual running time).

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Louis on May 15 and arrived in. Henry Marie Brackenridge, Views of Louisiana, Together with a Journal of a Voyage up the Missouri River, in; reprint (Chicago: Quadrangle Books, ), Brackenridge briefly recounted the story of the celebrated chief, ending it with the cynical, racist observation that it proved "ignorant and savage man can only be ruled through.

together with a Journal of a voyage up the Missouri River, in Fiche: Bradbury, John. Travels in the Interior of America, in the Years, and Liverpool, printed for the author, by Smith and Galway, and pub. by Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, London.

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Brackenridge, Henry Marie: Journal Of a Voyage Up The Missouri River, In The Diary of Henry Marie Brackenridge, who ascended the Missouri River in in the company of a party of the Missouri Fur Company, led by Manuel Lisa. The Great Falls of the Missouri River are a series of waterfalls on the upper Missouri River in north-central Montana in the United upstream to downstream, the five falls along a mile (16 km) segment of the river are.

Black Eagle Falls (26 feet 5 inches or meters); Colter Falls (6 feet 7 inches or meters); Rainbow Falls (44 feet 6 inches or meters). Joseph Marie LaBarge (October 1, – April 3, ) was an American steamboat captain, most notably of the steamboats Yellowstone, and Emilie, that saw service on the Mississippi and Missouri rivers, bringing fur traders, miners, goods and supplies up and down these rivers to their destinations.

During much of his career LaBarge was in the employ of the American Fur Company, a giant in. The Diary of Henry Marie Brackenridge: Journal Of a Voyage Up The Missouri River, InBrackenridge ascended the Missouri River in in the company of a party of the Missouri Fur Company, led by Manuel Lisa.

Jim Bridger A short biography. The ‘Arabia’: a steamboat buried in a cornfield. by Jonathan O’Brien. Inwhile on a voyage up the Missouri River, the steamboat Arabia hit a concealed log and slowly began to sink. 1 It had a full contingent of passengers and crew.

Also on board was a cargo of new store goods including clothing, elegant china, preserved foods, tools and medicines, representing many of the.Missouri River, stated that both Sacagawea and Charbonneau were living at the fort. On Decemat the frontier trading post on the Missouri River in present Corson County, In a book published inGrace Hebard theorized Henry M.

(). Journal of the Voyage up the Missouri River in In Thwaites, R. G., Early Western. The book describes a voyage up and down a river in Africa by a British sea captain named Charles Marlow, who is commissioned to fetch a renegade ivory collector called Kurtz.