2 edition of Maps relating to Alexander Mackenzie found in the catalog.
Maps relating to Alexander Mackenzie
|Statement||by B. Stuart-Stubbs.|
|Contributions||Bibliographical Society of Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||53|
A group of three books accounting Arctic voyages including a two-volume set of “Voyages from Montreal through the Continent of North America to the frozen and Pacific oceans in and with a. Leod Macgilleandrais is purported to have been a 14th-century Scotsman, who lived in the north-west of Scotland. He is known from clan traditions, which date to the late 17th century. According to these traditions, Leod was a follower of the Earl of Ross, and that he was an enemy of the Mackenzies of is said to have captured one of the early Mackenzie chiefs, and was then later Children: Paul Mactire (son).
The University of Guelph’s Scottish collection is one of the finest in the world. Interest in building Scottish and Scottish-Canadian holdings began after when the University of Guelph was established. Over the years, the Library has established rare book, manuscript, and archival resources. trations, maps. $) Reviewed by June Drenning Holmquist ONE OF THE many strange gaps in the explora tion literature of northern North America has at last been filled by the publication of this small book. Its pages reproduce for the first time the manuscript journal of Alexander Mackenzie's epochal voyage from Fort Chipewyan to the.
Maps relating to Alexander MacKenzie: a keepsake for the Bibliographical Society of Canada - Societe Bibliographique du Canada. Jasper Park, 28 p. Collection Development and the Computer: A case study in the analysis of machine readable loan records and their application to book selection. By Peter Simmons. Preface by Basil Stuart Stubbs. MACKENZIE, Alexander «Maps relating to Alexander Mackenzie. A Keepsake for The Bibliographical Society of Canada, Société Bibliographique du Canada» (Vancouver), University of British Columbia Press, (29 cm). Maps with description, in green card covers. No pagination. (Inv. #) 15 $.
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Get this from a library. Maps relating to Alexander Mackenzie: a keepsake distributed at a meeting of the Bibliographical Society of Canada, Jasper Park, June. Sir Alexander Mackenzie, fur trader, explorer (born around near Stornoway, Scotland; died 12 March near Dunkeld, Scotland).Mackenzie was one of Canada’s greatest explorers.
In two epic journeys for the North West Company in andhe traversed the dense northern wilderness to reach the Arctic and Pacific first European to cross North America. Maps relating to Alexander Mackenzie; a keepsake for the Bibliographical Society of Canada: Société Bibliographique du Canada., [Compiled by] B.
Stuart-Stubbs., Toronto Public Library. Alexander Mackenzie, the fur trade's most celebrated explorer, became the first European to cross the continent overland in (As portrayed by Albert Schultz in Canada: A People's History).
Maps relating to Alexander Mackenzie: a keepsake distributed at a meeting of the Bibliographical Society of Canada, Jasper Park, June, / [by] B. Stuart-Stubbs Stuart-Stubbs, Basil, [ Book: ].
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He is Emeritus Professor of imperial history at Lancaster University and founder of the Manchester. Buy rare A Map of America, between Latitudes 40 and 70 North, and Longitudes 45 and West, Exhibiting Mackenzie’s Track from Montreal to Fort Chipewyan & from thence onto the North Sea in& to the West Pacific Ocean in map by created by Alexander Mackenzie.
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Navy and as an explorer and diplomat. Documents his assignment as consul general to Cuba,and command of the USS Ticonderoga (Sloop of war) on a world cruise, Ledger Book, Sir Alexander Mackenzie and Company (XY Company), including dates Ledger, Dr.
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+First Across the Continent: Sir Alexander Mackenzie. Barry Gough. (Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, ). The history of Alexander Mackenzie, a man of enormous ego and overpowering ambition who left Scotland in search of opportunity in the North American fur trade. +Lake Superior to Rainy Lake: Three Centuries of Fur Trade History.
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The cartographic history of Oregon as a place in the Pacific Northwest began long before European visitation to the region. Mapmakers initially conceptualized the presence of a separate North American continent insome years before the first recorded sighting of a landmark on the Pacific Northwest coast in and years before the word Oregon identified a region on a map in Scottish Canadians are people of Scottish descent or heritage living in Canada.
As the third-largest ethnic group in Canada and amongst the first Europeans to settle in the country, Scottish people have made a large impact on Canadian culture since colonial times. According to the Census of Canada, the number of Canadians claiming full or partial Scottish descent is 4, or % Alberta:Public Archives of Canada: Catalogue of pamphlets, journals and reports in the Public Archives of Canada,with index.
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Enjoy millions of the latest Android apps, games, music, movies, TV, books, magazines & more. Anytime, anywhere, across your devices. Press, ix, p. Maps. $) Reviewed by June Drenning Holmquist THE JOURNALS of Alexander Mackenzie, fur trader extraordinary and the first man to cross the North American continent, have been lost.
Our knowledge of his epic journey in rests largely on a book pubhshed in and apparently based on his journals. AMAZON BOOK REVIEW. CELEBRITY PICKS. Featured New Release Books See more Previous page. Hello, Summer Mary Kay Andrews Kindle Edition.
$ $ 99 $ $ () The Lincoln Conspiracy: The Secret Plot to Kill. Additional rare pieces include Roberts and Croly's "The Holy Land," published in six volumes inthe first edition of Alexander Mackenzie's "Voyages from Montreal," featuring folding maps, and the limited first edition of Wheat's " Mapping the Transmississippi West," produced in six volumes.Scottish Books and Articles about Scotland: of the trials or the Braes and Glendale Crofters at Inverness and Edinburgh and an Introductory chapter by Alexander MacKenzie, FSA Scot.
Scenes and Stories of the North of Scotland By John Sinclair () Papers Relating to the Scots in Poland Book published in