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Fri Mar 21 17:10:25 2014 UTClccn-n500438070.00The Adventures of Captain Bonneville, etc. (Knickerbocker edition.)0.461.00Benjamin Louis Eulalie de Bonneville letters,34874997Benjamin_Bonnevillen 5004380778972Bonneville, Benjamin L. 1796-1878Bonneville, Benjamin L. E. 1796-1878Bonneville, CaptainBonneville, Captain, 1796-1878Captain BonnevilleDe Bonneville, Benjamin Louis EulalieDe Bonneville, Benjamin Louis Eulalie, 1796-1878lccn-n79005645Irving, Washington1783-1859lccn-n82027832Astor, John Jacob1763-1848lccn-n85352728Todd, Edgeley W.edtlccn-n50033677Miller, Helen Markleylccn-n79063202United StatesArmylccn-no2004078730Meacham, Walter E.1879-1951lccn-n87800258Allen, Merritt Parmelee1892-1954lccn-n2005030317Johnson, Avery F.1906-illlccn-n95070097Adams, Davidactive 1800-1860lccn-n79139093Hanson, Charles E.1917-Bonneville, Benjamin Louis Eulalie de1796-1878HistorySourcesBiographyDiariesMapsFictionRecords and correspondencePersonal narrativesAnecdotesTravelUnited States--Northwestern StatesBonneville, Benjamin Louis Eulalie de,United States, WestOregon--AstoriaOverland journeys to the PacificFur tradeOregonAstor, John Jacob,Pacific Fur CompanyExplorersVoyages to the Pacific coastIndians of North AmericaOklahomaIrving, Washington,Rocky MountainsAmerican Fur CompanyUnited StatesAmerican literatureColumbus, ChristopherWashington, George,Frontier and pioneer lifePacific NorthwestUnited States--Bonneville DamUnited States--Columbia RiverDiscoveries in geographyPresidentsCanadaUnited States.--ArmyGoldsmith, Oliver,Authors, AmericanMuḥammad,--Prophet,Water-powerFur tradersRocky Mountains RegionIslamSpain--Granada (Reino)Adams, David,New York (State)GeneralsWestern storiesAmericaVoyages and travelsNew York (State)--New YorkSpainNational characteristics, EnglishAdventure storiesBoysProphetsPoets, Irish1796187818001832183518371838184018431849185018511852185318541855185618571859186018611862186418651867186818691870187118721873187718811882188318841885188618871888189018911895189718981899190019021904190519151918192119261930193219341938194619471949195019511954195719611962196319671968197019731976197719821984198519861992199319941997199819992001200320042005200620072010201120127436106411917.8F592SoldiersExplorers2076105ocn001940741book18370.50Irving, WashingtonThe adventures of Captain Bonneville, U.S.A., in the Rocky Mountains and the Far WestHistoryBiographyFictionDiariesAmerican writer Washington Irving, author of "Rip Van Winkle," presents the fur-trading exploits of the French-born American army captain Benjamin L. E. Bonneville in this 1837 work based on Bonneville's journals of his travels in the West+-+795512430657321ocn011988658book18370.79Irving, WashingtonThe Rocky mountains or, Scenes, incidents, and adventures in the far WestHistoryDiaries2354ocn070764903com18370.56Bonneville, Benjamin Louis Eulalie deThe adventures of Captain BonnevilleHistoryCaptain Benjamin L.E. Bonneville left the east for California in May of 1832. No one heard from him, and many people assumed he was dead (or AWOL). Three years later he returned. Washington Irving (Sleepy Hollow, Rip Van Winkle) met Bonneville, bought the rights to his journal, and after editing it and recasting it in the third person, published it. It is probably the most literate, readable description of the fur trapper era15416ocn004656792book18370.86Irving, WashingtonAdventures of Captain Bonneville : or, Scenes beyond the Rocky Mountains of the Far West435ocn002691930book18870.63Irving, WashingtonAstoria, or, Anecdotes of an enterprise beyond the Rocky MountainsHistoryBiographyPersonal narrativesAnecdotesSourcesIn 1810 John Jacob Astor sent two expeditions to the mouth of the Columbia River to establish a far flung trade empire based on furs. Three years later his plans were in ruins and his headquarters at Astoria with it's huge stock of valuable pelts were in the hands of the British and sold at a great loss to the North West Company. This daring venture was the real opening of the west. An important saga of the Western Fur Trade. John Jacob Astor, supplied Irving with many of the journals and other materials which he used in writing this history422ocn000413055book18950.63Irving, WashingtonThe adventures of Captain Bonneville, and Wolfert's Roost214ocn005210345book18430.59Irving, WashingtonCaptain BonnevilleBiography152ocn644446616file18380.76Irving, WashingtonLotgevallen en ontmoetingen van Kapitein Bonneville op zijne avontuurlijke togten aan gene zijde van het klipgebergte van Noord-Amerika111ocn421921509book18980.73Irving, WashingtonThe adventures of Captain Bonneville, V.S.A., in the Rocky Mountains and the Far West : digested from his journal and illustrated from various other sourcesHistoryBiography75ocn036875047map18320.27Bonneville, Benjamin Louis Eulalie deMap of the territory west of the Rocky MountainsMaps62ocn679342261com18970.66Irving, WashingtonThe adventures of Captain Bonneville Bracebridge hall ; or, The humorists52ocn016070580book18980.70Irving, WashingtonThe adventvres of Captain Bonneville, V.S.A., in the Rocky movntains and the far West: digested from his jovrnal and illustrated from variovs other sovrces41ocn014760152book0.70Irving, WashingtonAstoria ; Salmagundi ; The adventures of Captain BonnevilleHistory41ocn004656675book18370.88Irving, WashingtonAbentheuer des Capitäns Bonneville; oder, Scenen jenseits der Felsgebirge des fernen Westens32ocn005497625map18500.81Colton, J. HMap to illustrate Capt. Bonneville's adventures among the Rocky MountainsMaps31ocn017151037book18820.27Irving, WashingtonAstoria. Captain BonnevilleHistory33ocn560221260book1873Irving, WashingtonThe Adventures of Captain Bonneville, etc. (Knickerbocker edition.)21ocn012181561book0.92Irving, WashingtonAstoria. Captain Bonneville21ocn021288541map19210.47Bonneville, Benjamin Louis Eulalie de[Fort Vancouver military reservation]Maps21ocn070963738mix1.00Bonneville, Benjamin Louis Eulalie deBenjamin Louis Eulalie de Bonneville lettersRecords and correspondenceThree letters11491ocn049293730file0.25Irving, WashingtonThe adventures of Captain BonnevilleFiction10526ocn052381273book20040.28Irving, WashingtonThree western narratives : a tour on the prairies ; Astoria ; The adventures of Captain BonnevilleHistoryBiographyFrom the Publisher: America's first internationally acclaimed author, Washington Irving, was also one of the first to write about its then far-western frontier. After seventeen years in Europe, the famous author of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" returned to America and undertook an extensive three-month journey through present-day Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. Describing scenery and inhabitants with an eye to romantic sublimity and celebrating the frontiersman's "secret of personal freedom," Irving published his account of that journey in 1835 as A Tour on the Prairies, an early and distinctly American depiction of the young nation's borderland and its native inhabitants. Irving followed up this eyewitness account with two works that chart the dramatic and tumultuous history of the early American fur trade, very much in the spirit of James Fenimore Cooper's Leather stocking Tales. Astoria (1836) recounts John Jacob Astor's attempt to establish a commercial empire in the Pacific Northwest. The Adventures of Captain Bonneville (1837) is a lively saga of exploration among the mountains, rivers, and deserts of the Far West. While working closely from original documents, Irving wrote also as a mythologist of the vast spaces traversed by "Sindbads of the wilderness." In these three compelling narratives he opened up a crucial region of the American literary imagination influencing such authors as Poe, Hawthorne, and Melville+-+280735684695377ocn765806675book18430.50Irving, WashingtonThe adventures of Captain Bonneville, U.S.A., in the Rocky Mountains and the Far WestHistoryBiographyFictionDiariesAmerican writer Washington Irving, author of "Rip Van Winkle," presents the fur-trading exploits of the French-born American army captain Benjamin L. E. Bonneville in this 1837 work based on Bonneville's journals of his travels in the West+-+19361713251002ocn001745578book19570.08Miller, Helen MarkleyBenjamin Bonneville : soldier-explorer, 1796-1878Juvenile worksBiographyFiction933ocn006111189book19340.53Meacham, Walter EBonneville the Bold, the story of his adventures and explorations in the old Oregon country762ocn002029500book18980.70Irving, WashingtonThe adventvres of Captain Bonneville, V.S.A., in the Rocky movntains and the far West: digested from his jovrnal and illustrated from variovs other sovrces743ocn001148456book19470.08Allen, Merritt ParmeleeThe spirit of the eagle ...HistoryJuvenile worksFiction6510ocn010213043book18370.81Irving, WashingtonVoyages et aventures du capitaine Bonneville à l'ouest des Etats-Unis d'Amérique, au delà des Montagnes Rocheuses623ocn033014765book19940.76Adams, DavidThe David Adams journalsHistoryDiaries612ocn008488247book19340.50Lockley, Fred"More power to you,"611ocn026460440book19920.27Lovell, Edith HaroldsenBenjamin Bonneville : soldier of the American frontierHistoryBiography522ocn005522620book19460.07Staffelbach, Elmer HubertTowards OregonFictionPresident Jackson sends Captain Bonneville to survey the foreign settlements on the Pacific coast and to open the way for new American settlers413ocn001842148book18900.63Irving, WashingtonAstoria, or, Anecdotes of an enterprise beyond the Rocky MountainsHistoryBiographyPersonal narrativesAnecdotesSourcesIn 1810 John Jacob Astor sent two expeditions to the mouth of the Columbia River to establish a far flung trade empire based on furs. Three years later his plans were in ruins and his headquarters at Astoria with it's huge stock of valuable pelts were in the hands of the British and sold at a great loss to the North West Company. This daring venture was the real opening of the west. An important saga of the Western Fur Trade. John Jacob Astor, supplied Irving with many of the journals and other materials which he used in writing this history401ocn767652116book20110.22Keenan, JerryWest of Green River : a novel of the Bonneville expedition, 1832-1835Fiction"Was Benjamin L.E. Bonneville, captain of the U.S. Army, granted a two-year leave to try his hand as a fur trader in the Rocky Mountain West? Or did his superiors have ulterior motives, tasking Bonneville to spy on the British in the Pacific Northwest? The Bonneville expedition began in Missouri and made its way to the Oregon country, territory at the time shared through mutual agreement by the U.S. and Great Britain. Yet the British presence there caused grave concerns about the geographic boundaries of our nation. This fictional account of the Bonneville expedition brings to life the difficult trek facing Bonneville and his men in their encounters with Native Americans and their struggles against the harsh elements on their westward journey to Oregon."--Amazon.com315ocn015003437book18000.59Irving, WashingtonCaptain BonnevilleBiography281ocn001576662book19510.17Loomis, J. PaulTrail of the pinto stallionFictionYoung Nat Kane crosses the Great Plains in the trading expedition of Captain Benjamin Bonneville. Nat is searching for his friend Brent Logan who owns a pinto horse. Nat finally finds his friend after many adventures287ocn317712664book18370.86Irving, WashingtonAdventures of Captain Bonneville : or, Scenes beyond the Rocky Mountains of the Far West275ocn010380950book18970.56Irving, WashingtonThe works of Washington Irving ... IllustratedHistoryBiographyHumorFictionSatireLIfe of Oliver Goldsmith, The Crayon Papers, Moorish Chronicle233ocn012065587book18910.66Irving, WashingtonThe complete works of Washington IrvingHistoryBiographyShort stories, American175ocn016062924book18900.70Irving, WashingtonAstoria ; Salmagundi ; The adventures of Captain BonnevilleHistory+-+7955124306+-+7955124306Fri Mar 21 15:49:37 EDT 2014batch30051