xxiii, 382 p., 2 leaves of plates; 1 port., 1 folded map; 18 cm.
A journal of voyages and travels in the interior of North America: between the 47th and 58th degrees of N. lat., extending from Montreal nearly to the Pacific, a distance of about 5,000 miles: including an account of the principal occurrences during a residence of nineteen years in different parts of the country / by Daniel Williams Harmon.
Journal begins -- Character of the Canadian voyagers -- Account of the Indians living west of the Rocky Mountains -- Account of the Indians on the east side of the Rocky Mountains -- Specimen of the Cree or Knisteneux tongue -- Account of the principal animals found in the northwestern part of North America. 3210
Harmon's journals; Voyages and travels, New York (N.Y.); A. S. Barnes, 1903