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The Missouri expedition, 1818-1820 : the journal of Surgeon John Gale, with related documents / edited, and with an introduction by Rober L. Nichols
Bib ID 2554074
Format BookBook
Author
Gale, John, 1795?-1830
 
Edition [1st ed.]. 
Description Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, [1969] 
xxvii, 141 p. : ill., facsims., maps, ports. ; 23 cm. 
Series

The American exploration and travel series ; no. 56

Notes

Edited from the ms. in the Yale University Collection of Westen Americana.

Also attributed to Thomas W. Kavanaugh.

Bibliography: p. 127-134.

Subjects Missouri Valley -- Description and travel.  |  United States -- Discovery and exploration.
Other authors/contributors Nichols, Roger L

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