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A topographical description of the state of Ohio, Indiana Territory, and Louisiana

Jervis Cutler

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,egetable, and mineral, towns, villages, settlements and improvements ; and a concise account of the Indian tribes west of the Mississippi ; to which is added, an interesting journal of Mr. Chas. Le Raye, while a captive with the Sioux nation, on the waters of the Missouri river

by Jervis Cutler

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Published by Published by Charles Williams. J. Belcher, printer in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Mississippi River Valley,
  • Indian captivities,
  • Dakota Indians,
  • Mississippi River Valley -- Description and travel,
  • Ohio -- Description and travel

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy a late officer in the U.S. army.
    SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 13173.
    ContributionsLe Raye, Charles.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination219 p.
    Number of Pages219
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13554881M
    OCLC/WorldCa11430724

      Le Raye’s writing was published as part of a larger work, A Topographical Description of the State of Ohio, Indiana Territory, and Louisiana, which was released in and was a sort of.   A Topographical Description of the State of Ohio, Indiana Territory, and Louisiana. Comprehending the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, and their Principal Tributary Streams. Boston,

    Media in category " in the United States" The following 2 files are in this category, out of 2 total. Landkarte New Madrid × ; 42 KB. A Topographical Description of the State of Ohio, Indiana Territory, and 1, × 3,, pages; Files are available under licenses specified on their Category combines topics: , United States of . Indiana Territory Festival — The Indiana Territory Festival is a style of roleplay focusing on Indiana s early history. The event features reenactments and demonstrations based on .

    The captivity journal of Charles Le Raye was first published in as a chapter in A topographical description of the state of Ohio, Indiana Territory, and Louisiana, a volume authored anonymously by a late officer in the U. S. Army. Le Raye was purported to be a French Canadian fur trader who, as a captive of the Sioux, had travelled across.   This engraving from A Topographical Description of the State of Ohio, Indiana Territory, and Louisiana (), by Jervis Cutler, presents a view of Cincinnati as it may have looked to Gershom Flagg. Learn more about settlement of and immigration to the Northwest Territory by exploring the National Park Service’s Historic Resource Study Author: OpenStaxCollege.


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Soon after entering the Mississippi from the Ohio, the whole prospect is so much changed, as to exhibit the appearance of a different country; the climate becomes mild and soft; and the cold of winter seems to have produced very little effect on the state of vegetation.

The sameness of view along the banks of the river, as far down as Pointe. A Topographical Description of the State of Ohio, Indiana Territory, and Louisiana: Comprehending the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, and Their Principal (Hardback or Cased Book) Cutler, Jervis Editore: Sagwan Press 8/23/ ().

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Ayer Publishing). This should be. A Topographical Description of the State of Ohio, Indiana Territory, and Louisiana: Comprehending the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, and Their Principal (Hardback or Cased Book) by Cutler, Jervis and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   In he published a book entitled "A Topographical Description of the State of Ohio, Indiana Territory, and Louisiana," with a "Concise Account of the Indian Tribes West of the Mississippi." Inhe again came west, and settled as an engraver of plates for bank notes, in Nashville, Tennessee.

His first wife died in Children: Albigence Waldo Cutler, Eliza Jane Welbourn, George A. Cutler, Dr. A Topographical Description of the State of Ohio, Indiana Territory, and Louisiana.

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Chas. Le Raye, while a captive with the Sioux Nation.The captivity journal of Charles Le Raye was first published in as a chapter in A topographical description of the state of Ohio, Indiana Territory, and Louisiana, a volume authored.The Territory of Indiana was an organized incorporated territory of the United States that existed from July 4,until November 7,when the southern portion of the territory was admitted to the Union as the state of Indiana.

The Indiana Territory was created by an Act of Congress and signed into law by President John Adams on May 7,effective on July 4.