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Jonathan Carver"s Travels Through America, 1766-1768

An Eighteenth-Century Explorer"s Account of Uncharted America

by Norman Gelb

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Published by John Wiley & Sons .
Written in English


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Number of Pages245
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Open LibraryOL7612180M
ISBN 100471118761
ISBN 109780471118763
OCLC/WorldCa231895559


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Carver's classic account of his travels through the Midwest following the French and Indian War was first published in Get this from a library. Jonathan Carver's travels through America, an eighteenth-century explorer's account of uncharted America. [Norman Gelb;] -- On September 3,Jonathan Carver, a fifty-six year old captain the Massachusetts Colonial Militia and a veteran of the French and Indian Wars, set off from Fort Michilimackinac (now Mackinac.

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