James, Thomas, 1782-1847.
Three years among the Indians and Mexicans.
Chicago : R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co. ; Lakeside Press, 1953
Thomas James; Milo Milton Quaife
|注意：||Edited from a photocopy of the original ed. owned by Everett D. Graff of Winnetka, Ill.
With reproduction of original t.p., Waterloo, Ill., 1846.
|描述：||xxxvi, 297 pages,  leaves of plates : illustrations, map, portrait ; 18 cm.|
|内容：||Historical introduction --
From St. Louis to the Three Forks --
Trapping beaver and fighting Blackfeet --
Adventure to Santa Fe --
Sojourn at Santa Fe --
Return to St. Louis --
Adventure to the Comanches --
The homeward journey.
|叢書名：||Lakeside classics, v. 51.|
|責任：||by General Thomas James ; edited by Milo Milton Quaife.|
"General Thomas James pioneered on two widely separated frontiers. As a member of the St. Louis Missouri Fur Company's expedition of 1809-10 to the headwaters of the Missouri he was one of the first Americans to traverse this then remote area; and as a trader to Santa Fe and to the Comanche Indians in the years 1821-23 he was again one of the first Americans to describe the southwestern area extending from St. Louis to Santa Fe. General James' experiences were frequently thrilling and recital of them is detailed and vivid."--Introduction.