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The atlas of North American exploration : from the Norse voyages to the race to the pole, William Goetzmann and Glyndwr Williams ; [cartographic director, Malcolm Swanston ; maps created by Isabelle Lewis and Jacqueline Land]

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The atlas of North American exploration : from the Norse voyages to the race to the pole
Title
The atlas of North American exploration
Title remainder
from the Norse voyages to the race to the pole
Statement of responsibility
William Goetzmann and Glyndwr Williams ; [cartographic director, Malcolm Swanston ; maps created by Isabelle Lewis and Jacqueline Land]
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Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Goetzmann, William H
Dewey number
911.7
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
G1106.S12
LC item number
G6 1992
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Land, Jacqueline
  • Lewis, Isabelle
  • Swanston, Malcolm
  • Williams, Glyndwr
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  • Explorers
  • North America
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The atlas of North American exploration : from the Norse voyages to the race to the pole, William Goetzmann and Glyndwr Williams ; [cartographic director, Malcolm Swanston ; maps created by Isabelle Lewis and Jacqueline Land]
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Cartographers from verso t.p
  • Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 203-209
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  • Scales differ.
Contents
  • Contents (cont.): Part II. The opening of the continent (p.44) -- Rugged and laborious beginnings. Franco-Spanish rivalry, 1562-74 (p.46) -- English colonizing attempts in "Virginia," 1584-90 (p.48) -- Newfoundland fishery and settlement, 1500-1763 (p.50) -- French settlement in Canada, 1600-08 (p.52) -- Explorations on the Northeast coast, 1602-16 (p.54) --Captain John Smith and the settling of Virginia, 1607-12 (p.56) -- The quest for the Western sea. The travels of Samuel de Champlain, 1609-16 (p.58) -- The Jesuit missionaries, 1630-70 (p.60) -- The journey of Jolliet and Marquette, 1673 (p.62) -- The journey of LaSalle, 1682 (p.64) -- Trade and exploration in Hudson Bay, 1659-90 (p.66) -- The journeys of Dulhut, Noyon and Kelsey, 1678-92 (p.68)
  • Contents (cont.): Part III : Expanding frontiers (p.70) -- To the mountains and beyond. The expansion of the northern colonies, 1630-1700 (p.72) -- Explorers from Virginia, 1670-1750 (p.74) -- Exploration and trade from South Carolina, 1670-1715 (p.76) -- The extension of knowledge in the southern colonies, 1712-30 (p.78) -- Trade and diplomacy in the Ohio Country, 1729-54 (p.80) -- The explorations of Salley, Walker and Gist, 1742-52 (p.82) -- Daniel Boone and the opening of the trans-Appalachian west, 1763-76 (p.84) -- The travels and writings of Jonathan Carver, 1766-78 (p.86) -- The trans-Mississippi west. La Salle in the Gulf of Mexico, 1684-86 (p.88) -- Land and sea searches for La Salle, 1686-90 (p.90) -- European beginnings in Louisiana and Texas, 1698-1722 (p.92) -- Bourgmont's explorations along the Missouri, 1712-24 (p.94) -- The explorations of the Verendryes, 1738-43 (p.96) -- The explorations of Pierre and Paul Mallet, 1739-40 (p.98)
  • Contents (cont.): Part IV : ocean to ocean (p.100) -- The northern fur trade. The tragic voyage of James Knight, 1719 (p.102) -- French explorations from Lake Supeior to the Saskatchewan, 1731-53 (p.104) -- The voyages of Middleton, Moor and Coats, 1741-49 (p.106) -- The journey of Samuel Hearne, 1771-72 (p.108) -- Fur traders on the Canadian Prairies, 1754-74 (p.110) -- The expansion of the fur trade into Athabasca, 1778-87 (p.112) -The journeys of Alexander Mackenzie, 1789 and 1793 (p.114) -- The inland surveys of the Hudson's Bay Company, 1778-1812 (p.116) -- The explorations of Fraser and Thompson, 1805-11 (p.118) -- The Pacific Northwest. The journeys of Father Kino, 1687-1702 -- The voyages of Bering and the Russians, 1728-68 (p.122) -- Spanish expansion into Upper California, 1769-76 (p.124) -- Spanish interior explorations, 1774-76 (p.126)
  • Contents (cont.): Spanish coastal voyages, 1774-79 (p.128) -- The voyage of James Cook, 1778 (p.130) -- Traders and explorers, 1785-94 (p.132) -- Jeffersonian pathfinders. Missouri explorations, 1792-97 (p.134) -- The journey of Lewis and Clark, 1805-06 (p.136) -- Spanish trailblazers in the old southwest, 1786-1808 (p.138) -- Trappers and traders in Louisiana and Texas, 1792-1827 (p.140) -- The Astorians, 1810-12 (p.142) --The expeditions of Pike and Long, 1806-20 (p.144) -- Fur trade and empires. Expeditions from Lisa's Fort Raymond, 18707-12 (p.146) -- Canadians in the American west, 1818-30 (p.148) -- Trappers and traders in the central Rockies, 1822-26 (p.150) -- The expeditions of Jedediah Smith, 1826-31 (p.152) -- James Ohio Pattie, 1824-32 (p.154) -- The expeditions of Bonneville and Walker, 1832-34 (p.156)
  • Contents (cont.): The far north (p.180) -- To the top of the continent. The Russians in Alaska, 1790-1863 (p.182) -- The exploration of the Labrador Peninsula, 1816-43 (p.184) -- Searches for the Northwest Passage, 1818-45 (p.186) -- The surveys of Palliser and Hind, 1857-59 (p.188) -- Searches for Franklin and the Northwest Passage, 1846-1905 (p.190) -- US Alaska and the Yukon gold rush, 1866-98 (p.194) -- Explorations in the Arctic archipelago, 1906-18 (p.196) -- The race to the Pole, 1853-1909 (p.198) -- Bibliography (p.203) -- Index (p.210) -- Acknowlegments (p.223)
  • Contents (cont.): The great reconnaissance. The surveys of Lieutenant Fremont, 1842-48 (p.158) -- Emory's Mexican War reconnaissance, 1846 (p.160) -- The surveys of Simpson and Sitgreaves, 1849-51 (p.162) -- The surveys of Ives and Macomb, 1857-59 (p.164) -- The great railroad surveys, 1853-55 (p.166) --Artists and scientists of the Great Pacific Railroad surveys (p.168) -- The great surveys. The surveys of King and Wheeler, 1867-73 (p.170) -- The surveys of John Wesley Powell, 1869-78 (p.172) -- Clarence E. Dutton and William H. Holmes, 1874-82 (p.174) -- Explorers of the Yellowstone, 1869-71 (p.176) -- Ferdinand Hayden's survey, 1873-76 (p.178)
  • Contents: Preface (p.9) -- America : found, lost, and found again / David Beers Quinn (p.10) -- Part I. A continent on the edge of the world (p.18) -- The Atlantic coasts revealed. The voyage of John Cabot, 1497 (p.20) -- Ponce de Leon to Ayllon, 1513-26 (p.22) -- The voyage of Giovanni da Verrazano, 1524 (p.24) -- The explorations of Jacques Cartier, 1534-36 p0.26) -- The voyages of Frobisher and Davis, 1576-87 (p.28) -- The voyages of Hudson and Baffin, 1610-16 (p.30) -- The Spanish borderlands. The wanderings of Cabeza de Vaca, 1528-36 (p.32) -- The expedition of Hernando de Soto, 1539-43 (p.34) -- The expedition of Vasquez de Coronado, 1540-42 (p.36) -- Spanish coastal voyages, 1539-43 (p.38) -- Drake, Vizcaino and Onate, 1579-1609 (p.40) -- The Apocryphal voyages, 1592-1640 (p.42)
Dimensions
29 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 atlas (224 p.)
Isbn
9780132971287
Lccn
92008573 /MAP
Other physical details
ill. (chiefly col.), col. maps
System control number
ocm25628939
Label
The atlas of North American exploration : from the Norse voyages to the race to the pole, William Goetzmann and Glyndwr Williams ; [cartographic director, Malcolm Swanston ; maps created by Isabelle Lewis and Jacqueline Land]
Publication
Note
  • Cartographers from verso t.p
  • Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 203-209
http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/cartographicMathematicalDataScaleStatement
  • a
  • Scales differ.
Contents
  • Contents (cont.): Part II. The opening of the continent (p.44) -- Rugged and laborious beginnings. Franco-Spanish rivalry, 1562-74 (p.46) -- English colonizing attempts in "Virginia," 1584-90 (p.48) -- Newfoundland fishery and settlement, 1500-1763 (p.50) -- French settlement in Canada, 1600-08 (p.52) -- Explorations on the Northeast coast, 1602-16 (p.54) --Captain John Smith and the settling of Virginia, 1607-12 (p.56) -- The quest for the Western sea. The travels of Samuel de Champlain, 1609-16 (p.58) -- The Jesuit missionaries, 1630-70 (p.60) -- The journey of Jolliet and Marquette, 1673 (p.62) -- The journey of LaSalle, 1682 (p.64) -- Trade and exploration in Hudson Bay, 1659-90 (p.66) -- The journeys of Dulhut, Noyon and Kelsey, 1678-92 (p.68)
  • Contents (cont.): Part III : Expanding frontiers (p.70) -- To the mountains and beyond. The expansion of the northern colonies, 1630-1700 (p.72) -- Explorers from Virginia, 1670-1750 (p.74) -- Exploration and trade from South Carolina, 1670-1715 (p.76) -- The extension of knowledge in the southern colonies, 1712-30 (p.78) -- Trade and diplomacy in the Ohio Country, 1729-54 (p.80) -- The explorations of Salley, Walker and Gist, 1742-52 (p.82) -- Daniel Boone and the opening of the trans-Appalachian west, 1763-76 (p.84) -- The travels and writings of Jonathan Carver, 1766-78 (p.86) -- The trans-Mississippi west. La Salle in the Gulf of Mexico, 1684-86 (p.88) -- Land and sea searches for La Salle, 1686-90 (p.90) -- European beginnings in Louisiana and Texas, 1698-1722 (p.92) -- Bourgmont's explorations along the Missouri, 1712-24 (p.94) -- The explorations of the Verendryes, 1738-43 (p.96) -- The explorations of Pierre and Paul Mallet, 1739-40 (p.98)
  • Contents (cont.): Part IV : ocean to ocean (p.100) -- The northern fur trade. The tragic voyage of James Knight, 1719 (p.102) -- French explorations from Lake Supeior to the Saskatchewan, 1731-53 (p.104) -- The voyages of Middleton, Moor and Coats, 1741-49 (p.106) -- The journey of Samuel Hearne, 1771-72 (p.108) -- Fur traders on the Canadian Prairies, 1754-74 (p.110) -- The expansion of the fur trade into Athabasca, 1778-87 (p.112) -The journeys of Alexander Mackenzie, 1789 and 1793 (p.114) -- The inland surveys of the Hudson's Bay Company, 1778-1812 (p.116) -- The explorations of Fraser and Thompson, 1805-11 (p.118) -- The Pacific Northwest. The journeys of Father Kino, 1687-1702 -- The voyages of Bering and the Russians, 1728-68 (p.122) -- Spanish expansion into Upper California, 1769-76 (p.124) -- Spanish interior explorations, 1774-76 (p.126)
  • Contents (cont.): Spanish coastal voyages, 1774-79 (p.128) -- The voyage of James Cook, 1778 (p.130) -- Traders and explorers, 1785-94 (p.132) -- Jeffersonian pathfinders. Missouri explorations, 1792-97 (p.134) -- The journey of Lewis and Clark, 1805-06 (p.136) -- Spanish trailblazers in the old southwest, 1786-1808 (p.138) -- Trappers and traders in Louisiana and Texas, 1792-1827 (p.140) -- The Astorians, 1810-12 (p.142) --The expeditions of Pike and Long, 1806-20 (p.144) -- Fur trade and empires. Expeditions from Lisa's Fort Raymond, 18707-12 (p.146) -- Canadians in the American west, 1818-30 (p.148) -- Trappers and traders in the central Rockies, 1822-26 (p.150) -- The expeditions of Jedediah Smith, 1826-31 (p.152) -- James Ohio Pattie, 1824-32 (p.154) -- The expeditions of Bonneville and Walker, 1832-34 (p.156)
  • Contents (cont.): The far north (p.180) -- To the top of the continent. The Russians in Alaska, 1790-1863 (p.182) -- The exploration of the Labrador Peninsula, 1816-43 (p.184) -- Searches for the Northwest Passage, 1818-45 (p.186) -- The surveys of Palliser and Hind, 1857-59 (p.188) -- Searches for Franklin and the Northwest Passage, 1846-1905 (p.190) -- US Alaska and the Yukon gold rush, 1866-98 (p.194) -- Explorations in the Arctic archipelago, 1906-18 (p.196) -- The race to the Pole, 1853-1909 (p.198) -- Bibliography (p.203) -- Index (p.210) -- Acknowlegments (p.223)
  • Contents (cont.): The great reconnaissance. The surveys of Lieutenant Fremont, 1842-48 (p.158) -- Emory's Mexican War reconnaissance, 1846 (p.160) -- The surveys of Simpson and Sitgreaves, 1849-51 (p.162) -- The surveys of Ives and Macomb, 1857-59 (p.164) -- The great railroad surveys, 1853-55 (p.166) --Artists and scientists of the Great Pacific Railroad surveys (p.168) -- The great surveys. The surveys of King and Wheeler, 1867-73 (p.170) -- The surveys of John Wesley Powell, 1869-78 (p.172) -- Clarence E. Dutton and William H. Holmes, 1874-82 (p.174) -- Explorers of the Yellowstone, 1869-71 (p.176) -- Ferdinand Hayden's survey, 1873-76 (p.178)
  • Contents: Preface (p.9) -- America : found, lost, and found again / David Beers Quinn (p.10) -- Part I. A continent on the edge of the world (p.18) -- The Atlantic coasts revealed. The voyage of John Cabot, 1497 (p.20) -- Ponce de Leon to Ayllon, 1513-26 (p.22) -- The voyage of Giovanni da Verrazano, 1524 (p.24) -- The explorations of Jacques Cartier, 1534-36 p0.26) -- The voyages of Frobisher and Davis, 1576-87 (p.28) -- The voyages of Hudson and Baffin, 1610-16 (p.30) -- The Spanish borderlands. The wanderings of Cabeza de Vaca, 1528-36 (p.32) -- The expedition of Hernando de Soto, 1539-43 (p.34) -- The expedition of Vasquez de Coronado, 1540-42 (p.36) -- Spanish coastal voyages, 1539-43 (p.38) -- Drake, Vizcaino and Onate, 1579-1609 (p.40) -- The Apocryphal voyages, 1592-1640 (p.42)
Dimensions
29 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 atlas (224 p.)
Isbn
9780132971287
Lccn
92008573 /MAP
Other physical details
ill. (chiefly col.), col. maps
System control number
ocm25628939

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