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2 volumes, Vol. 1, 416 pages, frontis, maps, Vol. 2, 372 pages, frontis, map, very slight exterior wear, slipcase, lightly rubbed. Reprint of the 1847 edition. Account of two expeditions taken by Featherstonhaugh, the 1st in 1835 from Washing D.C to Pittsburg, Cleveland, the Great Lakes and Green Bay across Wisconsin, and up the Mississippi River to the Minnesota River. In 1837 he extended from Prairie du Chien down the Mississippi by steamboat to Missouri, then east to kentucky, tennesse, Alabama, Georgia, and the Carolinas.
Title: A Canoe Voyage Up The Minnay Sotor With An Account Of The Lead And Copper Deposits In Wisconsin, Of The Gold Region In The Cherokee Country And Sketches Of Popular Manners
Categories: Travel & Exploration,
Edition: First Thus
Publisher: St. Paul., Minnesota Historical Society: 1970
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Very Good -
Jacket Condition: Very Good -
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 2310
Keywords: Exploration, expeditions, Mississippi River, Minnesota River.