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A geographical sketch of that part of North America called Oregon :
Boston : J. Howe, 1830.; 89 images, 85 with full-text search
- Kelley, Hall J. (Hall Jackson), 1790-1874., author
- A geographical sketch of that part of North America called Oregon : containing an account of the Indian title; the nature of a right of sovereignty; the first discoveries; climate and seasons; face of the country and mountains; natural divisions, physical appearance and soil of each; forests and vegetable productions; rivers, bays, &c., islands, &c.; animals; the disposition of the Indians and the number and situation of their tribes; together with an essay on the advantages resulting from a settlement of the territory; to which is attached a new map of the country
- Boston : J. Howe, 1830.
Indigenous peoples -- Northwest, Pacific.
Autochtones -- Nord-Ouest du Pacifique.
Orégon, Question de l'.
Northwest, Pacific -- Description and travel.
Oregon (Région) -- Descriptions et voyages.
- Document source
- Electronic reproduction.
- 80 pages : map ; 22 cm.