Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank ... , 1789.; 301 pages with full-text search [?]
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|Creator||Carver, Jonathan, 1710-1780.|
|Title||Three years travels through the interior parts of North-America for more than five thousand miles : containing an account of the Great Lakes, and all the lakes, islands and rivers, cataracts, mountains, minerals, soil and vegetable productions of the north-west regions of that vast continent : with a description of the birds, beasts, reptiles, insects and fishes peculiar to the country : together with a concise history of the genius, manners and customs of the Indians inhabiting the lands that lie adjacent to the heads and to the westward of the great river Mississippi and an appendix describing the uncultivated parts of America that are the most proper for forming settlements|
|Published||Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank ... , 1789.|
Indiens d'Amérique -- États-Unis (Nord-Ouest)
Indians of North America -- Northwestern States.
Natural history -- Northwestern States.
Sciences naturelles -- États-Unis (Nord-Ouest)
Northwestern States -- Description and travel.
États-Unis (Nord-Ouest) -- Descriptions et voyages.
|Document source||Scanned from a CIHM microfiche of the original publication held by the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon.|
Title from title screen.
xvi, 282 p. ; 17 cm.