3 edition of Travels to the westward, or the unknown parts of America: in the years 1786 and 1787. found in the catalog.
Travels to the westward, or the unknown parts of America: in the years 1786 and 1787.
|Statement||By Alonso Decalves.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 26860.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, , 8-35,  p.|
|Number of Pages||35|
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Full text of "Travels in Africa: Performed During the Years, andin the " See other formats. New Travels to the Westward, or, Unknown Parts of America. Being a Tour of Almost Fouteeen [sic] months. Containing, an Account of the Country, Upwards of Two Thousand Miles West of the Christian parts of North-America; with an Account of White Indians, Their Manners, Habits, and Many other Particulars: Alonso Decalves.
Jonathan Carver. Travels through the interior parts of North America, in the years, and Paris: Pissot, Carver () was a Massachusetts-born explorer, writer, and shoe-maker. He learned map-making and surveying while serving in the colo-nial militia and went on to lead an expedition westward in search of a.
Michaux. Travels To The Westward Of The Allegheny Mountains, In The States Of The Ohio, Kentucky, And Tennessee, In The Year London, Maximilian, Prince of Weid. Travels in the Interior of North America. Part I of Maximilian, Prince of Weid’s, Travels in the Interior of North America, From the London Edition, Full text of "John Long's voyages and travels in the years " See other formats.
Vol 1., April-May “Aborigines of America,” Parts 1 and 2, advocates the Bering Strait theory and discusses other theories of Indian origins ().
The article presents the idea that all American Indians are descended from the same source (45, 48) and describes Mexican idolatry, human sacrifice and “hieroglyphic paintings” ( Travels in the United States of America, in the Years andand, and ; Including an Account of Passages betwixt Ireland, and Britain, and Travels through Various Parts of Great Britain, Ireland, and Upper Canada, 2 vols.
Philadelphia, ``Inwhile at Paris, I became acquainted with John Ledyard, of Connecticut, a man of genius, of some science, and of fearless courage and enterprise.'' Thomas Jefferson, Autobiography, The present population of the inhabited parts of the U.
is of about to the square mile; & experience has shown us, that wherever we reach that the inhabitants become uneasy, as too much compressed, and go off in great numbers to search for vacant country. Within 40 years the whole territory will be peopled at that rate.
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Thomas Jefferson, The Works of Thomas Jefferson, vol. 4 (Notes on Virginia II, Correspondence ) . The American frontier comprises the geography, history, folklore, and cultural expression of life in the forward wave of American expansion that began with English colonial settlements in the early 17th century and ended with the admission of the last remaining western territories as states in This era of massive migration and settlement was particularly encouraged by President Thomas Location: Currently the United States, historically.
Travels through the states of North America, and the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada during the years, and London: Printed for J. Stockdale, Un v. This page gives a chronological list of years in literature (descending order), with notable publications listed with their respective years and a small selection of notable events.
The time covered in individual years covers Renaissance, Baroque and Modern literature, while Medieval literature is.
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travels through the states of north america, and the provinces of upper and lower canada, during the years, and by isaac weld, jun. fourth edition. illustrated and embellished with sixteen plates. in two volumes.
vol. london: printed for john stockdale, piccadilly. lc The expedition party was organized hastily in the late fall of Provisions provided by the Press amounted to pounds, and included "Winchester rifles, plenty of ammunition, a tent, canvas sheets, blankets, fishing tackle, axes, a whip saw for cutting out logs, a few carpenter tools, the necessary tools for mineral prospecting, rope, snowshoes [and] a small but well selected assortment.
On the 7th of September,we recrossed the Canadian frontier, and found ourselves once more in the United States. Our route lay along Lake Champlain, in a very crowded steani-boat, filled with tourists on their return from the North, men of business proceeding to New York, and a large party of Irish emigrants, who, for reasons best known to themselves, had not chosen to settle in the.
Archaeologists' term for the first migrants into North America and their descendants who spread across the Americas betw years ago Clovis points Edit infield shaped spearheads used by Paleo-Indians and named for the place in New Mexico where they were first excavated. Despite these pressing business concerns and his state political and judicial activities, he also served the nation.
He was a member of the Continental Congress ( and ), and held the office of president from June until January The next year, at Gorham attended the Constitutional Convention.Indian Origins and the Book of Mormon by Dan Vogel.
Chapter 3. The Origin of the American Indians  Jared came forth with his brother and their families, with some others and their families, from the great tower, at the time the Lord confounded the language of the people, and swore in his wrath that they should be scattered upon all the face of the earth.1.
Francois-Alexandre-Frederic, duc de La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt, Travels through the United States of North America in the years, and (London, ), pp. The only other individual mentioned by name in the Maine chapter headings of this famous travelogue was Henry Knox, whom Liancourt had visited in Thomaston just days before passing through Biddeford.