3 edition of Anderson"s narrative of a ride to the Rocky Mountains in 1834 found in the catalog.
Anderson"s narrative of a ride to the Rocky Mountains in 1834
William Marshall Anderson
in [Missoula, Mont
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Albert J. Partoll.|
|Series||Historical reprints. Sources of Northwest history -- no. 27. Montana State University, Missoula, Library of American civilization -- LAC 40148.|
|Contributions||Partoll, Albert J. 1904-.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11,  p.|
|Number of Pages||11|
ANDERSON, WILLIAM MARSHALL, Narrative of a Ride to the Rocky Mountains in Edited by Albert J. Partoll. [Missoula, Montana State University, ] (State University Of Montana, Sources of Northwest History, NO. ) BICKHAM, WILLIAM DENISON, From Ohio to the Rocky Mountains. Editorial Correspondence of the Dayton (Ohio) Journal. He ended up joining an expedition headed to Oregon by way of the Rocky Mountains. Along the way he acquired the skills necessary for survival in the mountains. He also learned the Snake language, hunted buffalo, and trapped beaver, looked for new trails west, and kept a journal that forms the basis of this vigorously authentic : Osborne Russell.
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Some features of WorldCat will not be available. OCLC Number: Notes: "Reprinted from the historical section of Frontier and midland, a magazine of the Northwest, vol. XIX, no. 1, " "The narrative here presented is taken from Anderson's journal of to Jwhich relates to his journey from Chimney Rock in Nebraska to the Green River rendezvous in Wyoming."--Page 3.
Anderson's journal, diary and narrative are an insightful look into his personal experiences, observations and thoughts during the fur trade year of Describing the multitude of people, places and events along the soon to be Oregon Trail, I can see why many historians reference his book for this time period.5/5(2).
7 Albert J. Partoll, ed., "Anderson's Narrative of a Ride to the Rocky Mountains in " Frontier and Midland, Vol.
19, No. 8 Samuel Parker, Journal of an Exploring Tour Beyond the Rocky Mountains, Boston,pp. We think of the mountain men exploring the Rockies and points west as just a statement out of a history book, and can probably name a few, such as Jim Bridger.
This is a print of one man's journals on such a wandering expedition in /5. Narrative of a Journey across the Rocky Mountains to the Columbia River [Townsend, John Kirk, Jackson, Donald] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Narrative of a Journey across the Rocky Mountains to the Columbia River/5(4).
Partoll, Albert J., ed. Anderson's Narrative of a Ride to the Rocky Mountains in [reprint] Approximately Ellison, Robert Spurrier, ed.
Notes and footnotes prepared for use in publishing William Marshall Anderson's diaries kept during a Rocky Mountain trip in Oregon Trail Timeline Tags: K. Townsend, journal (Thwaites, vol); John K. Townsend, narrative (Cushing and Jackson, Donald); William Marshall Anderson, " Narrative of a Ride to the Rocky Mountains in " (Partoll); William Marshall Anderson (Anderson, William Marshall, Adventures in the Rocky Mountains in [ by.
A Narrative of Colonel Robert Campbell's Experiences in the Rocky Mountain Fur Trade from to Ferris, Warren Angus. Life in the Rocky Mountains. Irving, Washington. The Adventures of Captain Bonneville.
Leonard, Zenas. Narrative of the Adventures of Zenas Leonard, fur trader and trapper, Meek, Stephen Hall. Internet Archive BookReader Journal of a Trapper: Or, Nine Years in the Rocky Mountains, Full text of "Journal of a Trapper: Or, Nine Years in the Rocky Mountains, " See other formats.
Narrative of a Journey Across the Rocky Mountains to the Columbia River, and a Visit to the Sandwich Islands, Chili, &C.,With a Scientific Appendix book/5.
SAlbert J. Parton, "Anderson's Narrative of a Ride to the Rocky Mountains in ," Frontier and Midland (Montana State Univer sity, Missoula), XIX (Autumn ).File Size: 1MB. The Rocky Mountain Journals of William Marshall Anderson: The West in Dale L. Morgan and Eleanor Towles Harris, eds. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, From Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains: Major Stephen Long's Expedition, "Reprint of pp., of original edition: Philadelphia, 'A visit to the Sandwich Islands, Chili, &c., with a scientific appendix,' also contained in this edition, is here omitted as irrelevant to the scope of the present series."--p.
Includes facsimile of t.-p. of Philadelphia edition with title: Narrative of a journey across the Rocky Mountains, to the. Great book on mountain man life. If you like this book you will also want to read the following similar cent books: 1 Journal of a Trapper Or Nine Years Residence among the Rocky Mountains Between the years of and () 2 Forty Years a Fur Trader on the Upper Missouri () 3 My Sixty Years on the Plains: Trapping, Trading, and Indian Fighting ()/5().
William Marshall Anderson (–) was an American scholar, explorer and politician, noted for his detailed travel journals in the Rocky Mountains and Imperial Mexico. Background. Anderson was born into a large and prominent family, originally from Virginia, that had settled in Kentucky and Ohio after the American Revolutionary father, Richard Clough Anderson.
train to rendezvous and the Pacific in The Rocky Mountain Journals of William Marshall Anderson: The West in Dale L. Morgan and Eleanor Towles Harris, eds. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, From Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains: Major Stephen Long's Expedition, StephenFile Size: KB.
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