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Author: Collot, Georges-Henri-Victor, 1750-1805
Title: A journey in North America: containing a survey of the countries watered by the Mississipi [sic], Ohio, Missouri, and other affluing rivers; with exact observations on the course and soundings of these rivers; and on the towns, villages, hamlets and farms of that part of the new-world; followed by philosophical, political, military and commercial remarks and by a projected line of frontiers and general limits, illustrated by 36 maps, plans, views and divers cuts Atlas
Print source: A journey in North America containing a survey of the countries watered by the Mississipi [sic], Ohio, Missouri, and other affluing rivers; with exact observations on the course and soundings of these rivers; and on the towns, villages, hamlets and farms of that part of the new-world; followed by philosophical, political, military and commercial remarks and by a projected line of frontiers and general limits, illustrated by 36 maps, plans, views and divers cuts Atlas
Collot, Georges-Henri-Victor, 1750-1805

Paris: Sold by Arthus Bertrand, bookseller, no 23, Rue Hautefeuille, 1826
Publication Info: Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, Digital Research Library
2010-06-28
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Subject terms:
Indians of North America--Mississippi River Valley--Pictorial works.
Indians of North America--Missouri River Valley--Pictorial works.
Indians of North America--Ohio River Valley--Pictorial works.
Atlases, French.
North America--Description and travel.
Mississippi River Valley--Maps.
Missouri River Valley--Maps.
Ohio River Valley--Maps.
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A journey in North America: containing a survey of the countries watered by the Mississipi [sic], Ohio, Missouri, and other affluing rivers; with exact observations on the course and soundings of these rivers; and on the towns, villages, hamlets and farms of that part of the new-world; followed by philosophical, political, military and commercial remarks and by a projected line of frontiers and general limits, illustrated by 36 maps, plans, views and divers cuts Atlas