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|Additional Physical Format:||(DLC) 19005239|
|Named Person:||William Clark|
|Material Type:||Government publication, National government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Thomas Jefferson; Meriwether Lewis; John Sibley; William Dunbar; United States. President (1801-1809 : Jefferson)
|Notes:||(Cont.)--Meteorological observations made by Mr. Dunbar and Doctor Hunter, in their voyage up the Red and Washita rivers in the year 1804.
Master microform held by: McE.
|Description:||171,  p. : folded tab., 1 map ; 20 cm.|
|Contents:||Message to the Senate and House of representatives of the United States [signed: Th. Jefferson. February 19, 1806]--Extract of a letter from Captain Meriwether Lewis, to the President of the United States, dated Fort Mandan, April 17th, 1805.--A statistical view of the Indian nations inhabiting the territory of Louisiana and the countries adjacent to its northern and western boundaries. [By Meriwether Lewis]--Historical sketches of the several Indian tribes in Louisiana, south of the Arkansas river, and between the Mississippi and river Grand. [By John Sibley]--To General Henry Dearborn [account of Red river and the country adjacent, by John Sibley]--Observations made in a voyage commencing at St. Catharine's landing, on the east bank of the Mississippi, proceeding downwards to the mouth of Red river, and from thence ascending that river, the Black river, and the Washita river, as high as the hot springs in the proximity of the last mentioned river, extracted form the journals of William Dunbar, Esquire, and Doctor Hunter.|
|Responsibility:||by Captains Lewis and Clark, Doctor Sibley, and Mr. Dunbar ; with a statistical account of the countries adjacent ; February 19, 1806 ; printed by order of the Senate ; read and ordered to lie on the table.|