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A journal of travels into the Arkansa territory, during the year 1819

with occasional observations of the manners of the aborigines ; illustrated by a map and other engravings

by Thomas Nuttall

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Published by Thos. H. Palmer in Philadelphia .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Thomas Nuttall
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF396 .N98
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 296 p., [4] p. of plates :
Number of Pages296
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24467450M
LC Control Number00002319
OCLC/WorldCa1524056


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[Thomas Nuttall] -- A journey from Philadelphia, down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers to the Arkansas, continuing across Arkansas to the interior of the modern Oklahoma, returning.

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The account follows Nuttall's route from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh, down the Ohio River to its mouth, then down the Mississippi River to the Arkansas Post, and up the Arkansas River with Brand: University of Oklahoma Press.

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XIII, pp. 18 In June, Major General Andrew Jackson, commanding officer of the Southern Division of the United States Army, ordered Major William Bradford to remove all white.

A journal of travels into the Arkansa Territory, during the year With occasional observations on the manners of the aboringines. Philadelphia: T. Palmer, NAL Call No. W96J (Special Collections) Nuttall, Thomas.

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In his book Journal of Travels into the Arkansas Territory during the yearnaturalist Thomas Nuttall identified the location as “Point Remu,” perhaps indicating that the name was a corruption of the French remous. Likewise, an account of the – expedition of Major Stephen Long named the site “Point Remove, or Eddy Point.

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Selected index starts on page Two years later Nuttall published A Journal of Travels into the Arkansa[s] Territory During the Yearwhich is still an excellent source for information concerning the flora, fauna, and inhabitants of the future Oklahoma region inwhen it was part of the Arkansas Territory.

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Accessible book, Description and travel, Indians of North America. Early western travels 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.

Volume XIII: Nuttall's Travels into the Arkansa Territory, Creator. Within a year he published his account of the venture, A Journal of Travels into the Arkansa Territory During the Year He then became curator of the Harvard University botanical gardens.

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Palmer, ) (page images at HathiTrust). Journal of travels into the Arkansa Territory: during the year with occasional observations on the manners of the aborigines / by Thomas Nuttall. (Cleveland, Ohio: A.H. Clark Co., ), by Thomas Nuttall (page images at HathiTrust) Wild Sports in the Far West, by Friedrich Gerstäcker, illust.

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Philadelphia, O'Bryan, William. A journal of travels into the Arkansas Territory during the year with occasional observations on the manners of the aborigines; illustrated by a map and other engravings by Nuttall, Thomas 4 editions - first published in The remarks will feature several notable early editions with maps of what became the State of Arkansas, including the Special Collections’ first edition of Thomas Nuttall’s seminal text on botany and cultural encounters in the Arkansas River Valley, A Journal of Travels into the Arkansa Territory, During the Year With Occasional 5/5(3).

– French explorer Jean-Baptiste Benard de la Harpe lands near a small rock formation on the south bank of the Arkansas River, which he reputedly names la Petite Roche (the little rock). La Harpe builds a trading post near the little rock.

The Quapaw Indians reside nearby.; – William Lewis, a fur trapper, builds a temporary seasonal home near the little rock. *disclaimer* origine does not provide proof of our existence to people. we simply made this video to support fellow @indigenousboyrell. we want to give other.

The original Lewis and Clark journals were published in In Zebulon Pike's wrote a journal of his Southwest expedition. After Lewis and Clark, a naturalist, Thomas Nuttall made numerous expeditions up the Missouri River and recorded 'new' species in his Journal of Travels into the Arkansa Territory during the year ().

FORT SMITH, Ark. — Thomas Nuttall may not be a name as famous as other early s explorers like Meriwether Lewis or William Clark, but for those who study the natural world, he is an iconic figure. Fort Smith served as Nuttall’s base of operations the summer of for what would become his “Journal of Travels into the Arkansa.

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