A Specimen of sundry Indian languages spoken in the inland parts of Hudson's Bay, between that coast and the coast of California

Physical Description:
1 plate, folded
approximately 21 x 31 cm.
Notes:
Between p. 202 & p. 203.
Teaching resource: Professor John Mack Faragher, History 141: The American West.
Topics:
Indians of North America --Canada
Indians of North America --Languages --Glossaries, vocabularies, etc
Language:
English
North American Indian languages
Genre:
Charts (Graphic documents)
Dictionaries
Languages (Study discipline)
Format:
Text
Rights:
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Access Restrictions:
Public
Source Creator:
Umfreville, Edward, d. 1786
Source Title:
The present state of Hudson’s bay. Containing a full description of that settlement, and the adjacent country; and likewise of the fur trade, with hints for its improvement, &c. &c. To which are added, remarks and observations made in the inland parts, du
Source Created:
London, Printed for C. Stalker, 1790
Call Number:
Zc90 790um
Orbis Record:
1498639
Yale Collection:
Beinecke Library
Digital Collection:
Yale Collection of Western Americana
oid pointer:
1003624
OID:
2000102
PID:
digcoll:3315816

Number of Pages: 1
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