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Brackenridge, Henry M.; Schermerhorn, John F.; Humboldt, Alexander; Missouri Gazette; Sibly; Mills; Perry. Views of Louisiana; Together With a Journal of a Voyage up the Missouri River, in 1811 . Pittsburgh: Cramer, Spear and Eichbaum, 1814. [format: book], [genre: memoir; narrative; travelogue]. Permission: Schingoethe Center for Native American Cultures, Aurora University
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Book I. To the Reader. Chapter I. Discovery and First Settlement of Louisiana. Chapter II. Boundaries of Louisiana. Chapter III. Face of the Country Change Which a Part Has Probably Undergone Climate Extent and Importance. Chapter IV. Lakes and Rivers. Chapter V. Natural or Indigenous Productions Animal, Vegetable and Mineral. Chapter VI. A View of the Indian Nations of Louisiana Of the Indian Trade for Furs, c. of the Missouri and Mississippi. Chapter VII. View of the Country on the Columbia.
Book II. Chapter I. Boundaries Extent Rivers General View. Chapter II. Soil Face of the Country, From New Madrid to the Missouri The Forks of the Missouri. Chapter III. Climate Diseases. Chapter IV. Political Divisions Inhabitants Settlements Population. Chapter V. Towns and Villages. Chapter VI. Historical Character of the Ancient Inhabitants Change of Government. Chapter VII. Lead Mines in the District of St. Genevieve Mode of Mining Produce, c. Chapter VIII. Resources Agriculture Manufactures Trade. Chapter IX. State of Louisiana Boundaries General Surface, c. Chapter X. Antiquities in the Valley of the Mississippi.
Appendix. No. 1. Extract from Humboldt's New Spain Vol. II. No. 2. The Mound Near Sultzertown, M. T. No. 3. A Communication from the Rev. Mr. Miller on the Same. No. 4. Account of Madisonville, and a Part of the Mississippi Territory. No. 5. A Description of the Trappists. No. 6. Articles of Treaty Respecting the Boundaries of Louisiana. No. 7. Extract from an Account of Mr. Sibly's Journey, c. No. 8. American Enterprise.