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.

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12mo, i-v, vi, 7-219pp. 5 illustrated plates. Gilt title on spine over red morocco label. Boards rubbed, edges lightly worn. Toning on pages, mild foxing. Mild water staining on plates and ink of page 118 plate. Tear on rear end paper.
Comments: This important work contains some of the first descriptions of the Ohio and Indiana territory. It contains one of the earliest known engravings of Cincinnati. A rare and important piece of United States history.

Additional information

Location Published

Boston

Publisher

Charles Williams

Edition

First Edition

Date Published

1812

Binding

Full leather

Condition

Good

Author

[Cutler, Jervis]