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Second Annual Report of the Joint Delegation Appointed By The Committees On The Indian Concern – Of The Yearly Meetings of Ohio and Genesee, And Approved by the General Conference from the Indian Committees of the Yearly Meetings of Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Indiana, Ohio and Genesee Respectively, which met at Philadelphia, 5th MO. 6th,
Antiquarian Researches: A History Of The Indian Wars In The Country Bordering Connecticut River and Parts Adjacent and Other Interesting Events – From the First Landing Of The Pilgrims, To the Conquest of Canada By The English in 1760. With Notices of Indian Deportations In The Neighboring Country. And Of the First Planting And Progress Of Settlement In New England, New York and Canada.
A Topographical Description of the State of Ohio, Indiana Territory, and Louisiana. – Comprehending the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, and Their Principal Tributary Streams: The face of the country, soils, waters, natural productions, animal, vegetable, and mineral; towns, villages, settlements and improvements: and a concise account of the Indian tribes west of the Mississippi. Two which is added, an Interesting Journal of Mr. Chas. LeRaye, while a captive with the Sioux nation, on the waters of the Missouri river. By a Late Officer in the U.S. Army.
A Tour in the United States of America: containing an Account of the present situation of the Country – The Population, Agriculture, Commerce, Customs, and Manners of the Inhabitants; Anecdotes of several Members of the Congress, and General Officers in the American Army; and Many other very fingular and interesting Occurrences. With a description of the Indian Nations, the general face of the Country, Mountains, Forests, Rivers, and the most beautiful, grand and picturesque Views through-out that vast continent.
The Travels Of Capts. Lewis & Clarke, From St. Louis, By Way Of The Missouri And Columbia Rivers, To The Pacific Ocean; – Performed In the years 1804, 1805, & 1806, By Order Of The Government of the United States. Containing Delineations of the Manners, Customs, Religion &c. Of The Indians, Compiled form Various Authentic Sources, and Original Documents, And A Summary of the Statistical View of the Indian Nations, From the Official Communication of Meriwether Lewis.
An Account Of The Pelew Islands – Situated In The Western Part Of The Pacific Ocean; Composed From The Journals and Communications Of Captain Henry Wilson, And Some Of His Officers, Who, In August 1783, Were There Shipwrecked, In the Antelope, A Packet Belonging to the Honorable East India Company