A journal of voyages and travels in the interiour of North America : between the 47th and 58th degrees of north latitude, extending from Montreal nearly to the Pacific Ocean, 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 : to which are added, a concise description of the face of the country, its inhabitants, their manners, customs, laws, religion, etc. and considerable specimens of the two languages, most extensively spoken; together with an account of the principal animals, to be found in the forests and prairies of this extensive region : illustrated by a map of the country / by Daniel Williams Harmon, a partner in the North West Company
"Preface, by the editor", p. [v]-xxiii, signed: Daniel Haskel.
Contents: Journal (p. -273) -- Character of the Canadian voyagers (p. -277) -- An account of the Indians living west of the Rocky mountain (p. -310) -- A general account of the Indians on the east side of the Rocky mountain (p. -383) -- A specimen of the Cree or Knisteneux tongue (p. -403) -- A specimen of the Tacully or Carrier tongue (p. 403-) -- A concise account of the principal animals (p. -432)
former owner: Tucker, Marcia Brady DSI
former owner: Davis, Asa DSI