Early western travels, 1748-1846; a series of annotated reprints of some of the best and rarest contemporary volumes of travel, descriptive of the aborigines and social and economic conditions in the middle and far West, during the period of early American settlement,
A. H. Clark,
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Table of Contents:
- v. 1. Journals of Conrad Weiser (1748), George Croghan (1750-1765), Christian Frederick Post (1758), and Thomas Morris (1764).-v. 2. John Long's journal, 1768-1872.-v. 3. AndreÃÂ Michaux's travels into Kentucky, 1793-96, FrancÃÂ§ois AndreÃÂ Michaux's Travels west of Alleghany mountains, 1802, Thaddeus Mason Harris's Journal of a tour northwest of Alleghany mountains, 1803.-v. 4. Cuming's tour to the western country (1807-1809).-v. 5. Bradbury's Travels in the interior of America, 1809-1811.-v. 6. Brackenridge's Journal up the Missouri, 1811. FrancheÃÂre's voyage to Northwest coast, 1811-1814.-v. 7. Ross's Adventures of the first settlers on the Oregon or Columbia river, 1810-1813.-v. 8. Buttrick's Voyages, 1812-1819. Evans's Pedestrious tour, 1818.-v. 9. Flint's Letters from America, 1818-1820.-v. 10. Hulme's Journal, 1818-19: Flower's Letters from Lexington and the Illinois, 1819: Flower's Letters from the Illinois, 1820-21: and Wood's Two year