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Empire of the Columbia : a history of the Pacific Northwest / by Dorothy O. Johansen and Charles M. Gates
Bib ID 587007
Format BookBook
Author
Johansen, Dorothy O
 
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Edition 2d ed. 
Description New York : Harper & Row, [1967] 
xiii, 654 p. : illus., maps. ; 24 cm. 
Full contents
  • Machine derived contents note: PART I
  • The Nations in the Pacific Northwest 1
  • CHAPTER ONE The Indians of the Northwest 5
  • CHAPTER TWO Spanish and English Explorers 23
  • CHAPTER THREE Maritime Fur Trade: International Rival-
  • ries 34
  • CHAPTER FOUR Maritime Fur Trade: The Americans in
  • the Northwest 48
  • CHAPTER FIVE Continental Fur Trade and Exploration 63
  • CHAPTER SIX Americans and British Cross the Rockies 75
 
Notes

Bibliography: p. 591-606.

Subjects Northwest, Pacific -- History.
Other authors/contributors Gates, Charles M. (Charles Marvin), 1904-1963

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