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Pioneers of the Mississippi Valley

By Mcmurry, Charles Alexander

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Reproduction Date: 2010

Title: Pioneers of the Mississippi Valley  
Author: Mcmurry, Charles Alexander
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Language: English
Subject: Topography., Geography, Atlases
Collections: American Libraries Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
1904
Publisher: New York, London, The Macmillan Co.

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Alexander 1857-, M. C. (1904). Pioneers of the Mississippi Valley. Retrieved from http://readafrica.org/


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Book digitized by Google.; First published in 1891; Explorations of Joliet and Marquette. La Salle on the upper lakes and in Illinois. La Salle's trip on the lower Mississippi. Hennepin's voyages on the upper Mississippi. Boone as hunter and settler in Kentucky. Robertson and the settlement of Tennessee. Sevier and the history of East Tennessee. George Rogers Clark. Marietta and Cincinnati: forts and settlements. Lincoln's early life in Kentucky, Indiana, and Illinois. The Sioux massacre in Minnesota. De Soto's discovery of the Mississippi

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