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The Resource History of the Northwest Coast, Hubert Howe Bancroft

History of the Northwest Coast, Hubert Howe Bancroft

Label
History of the Northwest Coast
Title
History of the Northwest Coast
Statement of responsibility
Hubert Howe Bancroft
Creator
Contributor
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
BTS
Dewey number
979
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
The works of Hubert Howe Bancroft
Series volume
v. 27-28
Label
History of the Northwest Coast, Hubert Howe Bancroft
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "Authorities quoted": v. 1, p. [xvii]-xxxiii
  • Also published separately and as: History of the Pacific States / Hubert Howe Bancroft ; v. 22-23
  • First half of v. 1 written by H.L. Oak. Cf. W.A. Morris in Quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society, Dec. 1903, v. 4, p. 352
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1. 1543-1800 -- v. 2. 1800-1846
  • Volulme 1. Introductory to Northwest Coast exploration -- The Northern mystery and imaginary geography, 1500-1595 -- Apocryphal voyages to the Northwest, 1598-1609 -- The Northern mystery conclusion, 1610-1800 -- Discovery of the Northwest Coast, 1543-1775 -- Exploration of the Northwest Coast, 1778-1788 -- The Nootka controversy, 1789-1790 -- Exploring and commercial expeditions, 1790-1792 -- End of controversy and exploration, 1792-1800 -- Last of the explorers, 1801-1818 -- The maritime fur-trade, 1778-1846 -- New France and the fur-trade, 1524-1763 -- Forest life and fur-hunting -- The fur-trade under British auspices, 1607-1843 -- Forts and fort life -- The United State fur-trade, 1608-1855 -- Relative attitudes of fur-traders and natives -- The North-West Company, 1783-1821 -- Earliest overland explorations North-Westard, 1640-1786 -- Passes and routes -- MacKenzie's voyage, 1789-1793
  • Lewis and Clarke's expedition up the Missouri, 1804-1805 -- Lewis and Clarke's expedition down the Columbia, 1805 -- Lewis and Clarke's expedition, the Pacific and the return journey, 1805-1806 -- Simon Fraser and John Stuart, 1797-1806 -- Descent of Fraser River, discovery of Thompson River, 1806-1811 -- Williams in the Rocky Mountains, Henry on Snake River, and Winship in the Columbia, 1807-1812 -- Founding of Fort Astoria, 1810-1812 -- Astor Overland Expedition, 1810-1812 -- Affairs of Fort Astoria, 1812-1813 -- Transfer of Fort Astoria, 1813 -- The Northwest Coast under the Northwest Company's regime, 1813-1814 -- Further operations of the Northwesters, 1814-1820 -- Harmon in New Caledonia, Restoration of Astoria, 1810-1818 -- Union of the Northwest and Hudson's Bay Companies, and the subsequent charters, 1803-1846 -- The Oregon question, 1818-1824 -- The Oregon question continued, 1824-1829 -- The Oregon question concluded, 1830-1846 -- Occupation of the Columbia, 1820-1830 -- Explorations of United States trappers, 1821-1830 -- Domination of the Northwest Coast by the Hudson's Bay Company, 1821-1826 -- Founding of Fort Langley, 1827 -- Continued domination of the Hudson's Bay Company, 1828-1829 -- Notable affairs, 1830-1832 -- Miscellaneous movements, 1833-1841 -- Hall J. Kelley, Nathaniel J. Wyeth, and B.L.E. Bonneville, 1828-1834 -- Wyeth's second adventure, 1834-1837 -- Further affairs in general, 1836-1839 -- Founding of the Northern Coast establishments, 1831-1835 -- A decade of Northern incidents and routine, 1834-1844 -- Two notable visitors, 1841-1842 -- United States exploring expedition, 1841-1842 -- Current events, 1840-1844 -- The end and the beginning, 1842-1846
Control code
8059504
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
2 volumes
Lccn
01022697
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Library's copy 1 (Special Collections):
Other physical details
illustrations, map
System control number
(OCoLC)8059504
Label
History of the Northwest Coast, Hubert Howe Bancroft
Publication
Note
  • "Authorities quoted": v. 1, p. [xvii]-xxxiii
  • Also published separately and as: History of the Pacific States / Hubert Howe Bancroft ; v. 22-23
  • First half of v. 1 written by H.L. Oak. Cf. W.A. Morris in Quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society, Dec. 1903, v. 4, p. 352
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1. 1543-1800 -- v. 2. 1800-1846
  • Volulme 1. Introductory to Northwest Coast exploration -- The Northern mystery and imaginary geography, 1500-1595 -- Apocryphal voyages to the Northwest, 1598-1609 -- The Northern mystery conclusion, 1610-1800 -- Discovery of the Northwest Coast, 1543-1775 -- Exploration of the Northwest Coast, 1778-1788 -- The Nootka controversy, 1789-1790 -- Exploring and commercial expeditions, 1790-1792 -- End of controversy and exploration, 1792-1800 -- Last of the explorers, 1801-1818 -- The maritime fur-trade, 1778-1846 -- New France and the fur-trade, 1524-1763 -- Forest life and fur-hunting -- The fur-trade under British auspices, 1607-1843 -- Forts and fort life -- The United State fur-trade, 1608-1855 -- Relative attitudes of fur-traders and natives -- The North-West Company, 1783-1821 -- Earliest overland explorations North-Westard, 1640-1786 -- Passes and routes -- MacKenzie's voyage, 1789-1793
  • Lewis and Clarke's expedition up the Missouri, 1804-1805 -- Lewis and Clarke's expedition down the Columbia, 1805 -- Lewis and Clarke's expedition, the Pacific and the return journey, 1805-1806 -- Simon Fraser and John Stuart, 1797-1806 -- Descent of Fraser River, discovery of Thompson River, 1806-1811 -- Williams in the Rocky Mountains, Henry on Snake River, and Winship in the Columbia, 1807-1812 -- Founding of Fort Astoria, 1810-1812 -- Astor Overland Expedition, 1810-1812 -- Affairs of Fort Astoria, 1812-1813 -- Transfer of Fort Astoria, 1813 -- The Northwest Coast under the Northwest Company's regime, 1813-1814 -- Further operations of the Northwesters, 1814-1820 -- Harmon in New Caledonia, Restoration of Astoria, 1810-1818 -- Union of the Northwest and Hudson's Bay Companies, and the subsequent charters, 1803-1846 -- The Oregon question, 1818-1824 -- The Oregon question continued, 1824-1829 -- The Oregon question concluded, 1830-1846 -- Occupation of the Columbia, 1820-1830 -- Explorations of United States trappers, 1821-1830 -- Domination of the Northwest Coast by the Hudson's Bay Company, 1821-1826 -- Founding of Fort Langley, 1827 -- Continued domination of the Hudson's Bay Company, 1828-1829 -- Notable affairs, 1830-1832 -- Miscellaneous movements, 1833-1841 -- Hall J. Kelley, Nathaniel J. Wyeth, and B.L.E. Bonneville, 1828-1834 -- Wyeth's second adventure, 1834-1837 -- Further affairs in general, 1836-1839 -- Founding of the Northern Coast establishments, 1831-1835 -- A decade of Northern incidents and routine, 1834-1844 -- Two notable visitors, 1841-1842 -- United States exploring expedition, 1841-1842 -- Current events, 1840-1844 -- The end and the beginning, 1842-1846
Control code
8059504
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
2 volumes
Lccn
01022697
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Library's copy 1 (Special Collections):
Other physical details
illustrations, map
System control number
(OCoLC)8059504

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