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|All Authors / Contributors:||
William H Emory; United States. Army. Corps of Topographical Engineers.
|Notes:||"Printed as Sen. executive doc. no. 7' of the Thirtieth Congress, first session, and then republished ... by H. Long and Brother, New York, 1848."
Present edition includes a facsim. of the t.p. of the Long edition and the text of that edition with minor revisions. Includes six maps of the expedition but no other illustrations from the original edition. Omits appendices published with the Senate and House editions.
|Description:||208 pages : facsimile,  maps ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Orders, instructions, explanatory remarks --
Bent's Fort to the Raton Crossing ... from a Las Vegas housetop ... occupation of Santa Fe ... Santa Domingo Pueblo --
Bernalillo ... Fandango at Tome ... middle reaches of the Rio Grande ... 'Navajoe' [Navajo] raiders ... Kit Carson arrives ... Red Sleeve, the Apache --
The Gila River and the Dry Arroyos ... Steeple Rock is named prehistoric ruin ... Apache traders ... Among the "Pimos" [Pimas] and Maricopas --
Junction of the Gila and the Colorado ... the desert ... across Imperial Valley ... arrival at Warner's rancheria ... bathing pools at Agua Caliente --
Battle of San Pasqual ... rescue ... arrival at San Diego ... San Luis Rey ... fighting at the San Gabriel ... Los Angeles occupied ... final observation --
|Other Titles:||Notes of a military reconnoissance from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to San Diego, in California, including part of the Arkansas, Del Norte, and Gila rivers|
|Responsibility:||introduction and notes by Ross Calvin.|