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Title Narrative of a Voyage to the Northwest Coast of America in the Years 1811, 1812, 1813, and 1814, or the First American Settlement on the Pacific
Reference 917.95 F84 1854
Library California Historical Society
Date 1854
Publisher Redfield
Place of Publication New York
Author / Creator Franchère, Gabriel. Translated and edited by J V Huntington.
Document Type Printed Book, Journal
Theme(s) Travel and Tourism; Trade and Commerce; Social Life; Race Relations; Cultural Exchange; Exploration and Discovery; The Natural World
Keywords fur trade, travel, voyage, settlement, geography, expedition, seafaring, navigation, vessel, ship, culture, fort, Lewis and Clark, indigenous peoples, attack, canoe, hostility, study, theft, economy, survey, religion, language, hunting, continent, crew, death, storm, climate, lake, river, journey, adventure
Countries Canada; USA; UK
Places Oregon; Missouri River; Pacific Ocean; Columbia River; Pacific Northwest; Rocky Mountains; Beaver River; Pembina River; Red Deer River; Moose River; Cedar Lake; Lake Winnipeg; Falkland Islands; Cape Horn; Hawaii; Lake Superior; Lake Huron; Ottawa River; Rideau River; Montreal; Fort William; British Columbia; Sault Ste Marie; Willamette Valley; Okanogan River; Fort Vermilion; St Louis
Ports Astoria, USA; New York, USA
Company North-West Company
Ships Tonquin, Beaver, Albatross, Raccoon, Lark, Pedlar, Columbia (1835 barque)
People Thomas H Benton; John Jacob Astor; Captain Jonathan Thorne; John Young; Kamehameha; Wilson P Hunt; Meriwether Lewis; William Clark; Robert Gray; Alexander McKay; Sir Alexander McKenzie; Duncan McDougal; Donald McKenzie; David Stuart; Robert Stuart
Additional Information The original French edition was published in 1820.

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