|Statement||Edited, with bibliographical resumé, 1800-1810, by Stephen Harding Hart and Archer Butler Hulbert ....|
|Series||Overland to the Pacific -- v. 1., Western Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 423, no. 4285.|
|Contributions||Hart, Stephen Harding., Hulbert, Archer Butler, 1873-1933.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xcvi, 200 p. :|
|Number of Pages||200|
Zebulon Pike's Arkansaw Journal: in Search of the Southern Louisiana Purchase Boundary Line Overland to the Pacific, Volume I [Stephen Harding & Hulbert, Archer Butler Hart] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Get this from a library! Zebulon Pike's Arkansaw journal: in search of the southern Louisiana Purchase boundary line (interpreted by his newly recovered maps). [Zebulon Montgomery Pike; Stephen Harding Hart; Archer Butler Hulbert] -- Material discovered in Mexico in is used to enhance Pike's book originally published in Author of The expeditions of Zebulon Montgomery Pike, Exploratory travels through the western territories of North America, Zebulon Pike's Arkansaw journal, in search of the southern Louisiana Purchase boundary line (interpreted by his newly recovered maps), Account of expeditions to the sources of the Mississippi, The Southwestern expedition of Zebulon M. Pike, An important visit, . 29 Pike, Zebulon Montgomery, Stephen Harding Hart, Archer Butler Hulbert, and Mark L. Gardner, Zebulon Pike’s Arkansaw Journal, in Search of the Southern Louisiana Purchase, Colorado Springs CO Stewart Commission of Colorado College Boundary Line .
Zebulon Pike's Arkansaw Journal: In Search Of The Southern Louisiana Purchase Boundary Line by Zebulon Montgomery Pike avg rating — 0 ratings — published Zebulon Montgomery Pike () was a soldier who is best known as an early explorer of the Louisiana Territory. In the late summer of , General James Wilkinson, the governor of the newly purchased Louisiana Territory, sent Pike on the first of two expeditions through the territory, a mission to find the source of the Mississippi River. Historic Places: The Louisiana Purchase Marker is located at the junction of Phillips, Lee and Monroe counties in eastern Arkansas. The marker commemorates the “initial point” from which land surveys of the territory acquired through the Louisiana Purchase of were surveyed. The land surveys for all or parts of the states of Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado. This collection includes three journals bound into one volume: two by Willima Dunbar and one by Zebulon Pike. Both manuscripts by William Dunbar document the expedition up the Red and Ouachita Rivers to the Hot Springs of Arkansas in The "Journal to the Mouth of the Red River" (p.) is the fullest available record of the activities of the expedition from the time of their.
Published in celebration of the Purchase's bicentennial, this resource offers a multifaceted view of a watershed American event. In one easy-access resource, The Louisiana Purchase brings together the work of over experts covering historical figures, relevant legal and historical concepts, states that formed in the new territory, frontier outposts, and the Native Americans uprooted by 5/5(2). The expeditions of Zebulon Montgomery Pike, to headwaters of the Mississippi River, through Louisiana Territory, and in New Spain, during the years by Pike, Zebulon Montgomery, ; Coues, Elliott, Water quality, hydrology, and the effects of changes in phosphorus loading to Pike Lake, Washington County, Wisconsin, with special emphasis on inlet-to-outlet short-circuiting / by: Rose, William J. Published: (). In , Jefferson sent Lt. Zebulon Pike with a company of soldiers to chart that southern boundary by following the Arkansas River to its' source. Once there, he was to head south and locate the headwaters of the Red River, then follow that river back to Louisiana.