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Remarks made on a tour to Prairie du Chien thence to Washington City, in 1829 by Caleb Atwater

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Published by Isaac N. Whiting in Columbus, (O.) .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • United States,
  • Mississippi River Valley,
  • Northwestern States.

Subjects:

  • Indians of North America -- Northwestern States.,
  • Dakota language -- Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.,
  • United States -- Description and travel.,
  • Mississippi River Valley -- Description and travel.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Caleb Atwater, late commissioner employed by the United States to negotiate with the Indians of the upper Mississippi, for the purchase of mineral country.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF353 .A883
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 296 p. ;
Number of Pages296
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6594701M
LC Control Number17004240
OCLC/WorldCa2863943

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Remarks made on a tour to Prairie du Chien, thence to Washington City, in Columbus: Printed by Jenkins and Grover, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Caleb Atwater. Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user : Get this from a library! Remarks made on a tour to Prairie du Chien, thence to Washington City, in [Caleb Atwater]. Remarks made on a Tour to Prairie du Chien; thence to Washington City, in , by late Commissioner employed by the United States to negotiate with the Indians of the Upper Mississippi, for the Purchase of Mineral Country. Columbus, Ohio: Isaac N. Whiting, 12mo, modern full dark brown calf, raised bands, burgundy leather spine labels Author: ATWATER Caleb.

Caleb Atwater (December – Ma ) was an American politician, historian, and early archaeologist in the state of served several terms as a state politician and was appointed as United States postmaster of Circleville, was known best during the 19th century for his publication History of the State of Ohio (), the first book-length history of Known for: History of the State of Ohio, study of earthworks in the Ohio Valley. Remarks made on a tour to Prairie du Chien; thence to Washington City. Author: Atwater, Caleb Title: Remarks made on a tour to Prairie du Chien; thence to Washington City Publication: Columbus, (O.): Isaac N. Whiting, Description: First edition, 12mo, pp. [iii]-vii, [1], [iii]-iv, ; recent quarter calf antique, gilt-lettered direct on spine; nice Rating: % positive. Title:: Remarks Made on a Tour to Prairie du Chien, Thence to Washington City, in Author:: Atwater, Caleb, Note: Columbus, OH: Isaac N. Whiting, REMARKS made on a Tour to Prairie du Chien; thence to Washington City, in By Caleb Atwater, published by Isaac N. Whiting., Columbus, Ohio, 1st Edition with pages. Original full leather binding is tight and in good Rating: % positive.

  Author of Writings of Caleb Atwater, Remarks made on a tour to Prairie du Chien, Remarks made on a tour to Prairie du Chien; thence to Washington City, in , An essay on education, A history of the state of Ohio, natural and civil, The writings of Caleb Atwater, The general character, present and future prospects of the people of Ohio, A history of the state of . Atwater’s book, entitled Remarks Made on a Tour to Prairie du Chien; Thence to Washington City, in (), quickly became a staple of scholarship on western history. His leading role in the negotiations, his eye for detail, and his sense of the importance of the occasion made it a constantly referenced source, especially for scholars Author: Jeffrey Glover. The Indians of the Northwest, their maners [!], customs, &c. &c., or Remarks made on a tour to Prairie du Chien and thence to Washington city in c Taimah (; var. Taiomah, Tama, Taima, Tiamah, Fai-inah, Ty-ee-ma, lit. "sudden crash of thunder" or "thunder") was a Meskwaki (Fox) leader in the early 19th century in present-day Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois. He was often called Chief Tama in historical accounts and was one of the signatories of an treaty in Washington, DC ceding land to the United States.