The Resource Travels in the interior of North America, by Maximilian, Prince of Wied ; translated from the German by Hannibal Evans Lloyd ; edited with notes, introductions, index, etc. by Reuben Gold Thwaites, LL.D

Travels in the interior of North America, by Maximilian, Prince of Wied ; translated from the German by Hannibal Evans Lloyd ; edited with notes, introductions, index, etc. by Reuben Gold Thwaites, LL.D

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Travels in the interior of North America
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Travels in the interior of North America
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by Maximilian, Prince of Wied ; translated from the German by Hannibal Evans Lloyd ; edited with notes, introductions, index, etc. by Reuben Gold Thwaites, LL.D
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  • Maximilian, Prince of Wied's, Travels to the interior of North America
  • Travels in the interior of North America, 1832-1834
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Early western travels, 1748-1846
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v. 22-25
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Travels in the interior of North America, by Maximilian, Prince of Wied ; translated from the German by Hannibal Evans Lloyd ; edited with notes, introductions, index, etc. by Reuben Gold Thwaites, LL.D
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  • Reprint of the London ed. of 1843
  • German original, Coblenz, 1839-1841, published under title: Reise in das innere Nord-America in den Jahren 1832 bis 1834
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  • Volume XXII. Preface to volumes XXII-XXIV / Reuben Gold Thwaites -- Travels in the Interior of North [Part I, being Chapters i-xv of the London edition, 1843. Maximilian, Prince of Wied. Translated from the German by Hannibal Evans Lloyd. Author's Preface ; Translator's Preface -- Chapter I. Voyage to Boston, Stay in that City, and Journey to New York, from May 17th to July 9th, 1832 -- Chapter II. Stay in New York, Philadelphia, and Bordentown, from the 9th to the16th of July -- Chapter III. Residence at Freiburg and Bethlehem in Pennsylvania, from July 30th to August 23rd -- Chapter IV. Journey to the Pokono, and through the Blue Mountains to Mauch Chunk, in the Coal District, from the 23rd to the 30th of August -- Chapter V. Description of Mauch Chunk and its Coal Mines, Journey through the Lehigh Valley to Bethlehem, and last Residence in that Town, from August 31st to September 16th -- Chapter VI. Journey from Bethlehem to Pittsburg, over the Alleghanys, from September 17th to October 7th -- Chapter VII. Journey from Pittsburg to New Harmony, on the Wabash, from the 8th to the 19th of October -- Chapter VIII. Description of the Country about New Harmony, in Indiana, and Winter Residence there from October 19th, 1832, to March 16th, 1833 -- Chapter IX. Journey from New Harmony to St. Louis on the Mississippi, and our Stay there, from M:arch 16th to April 9th -- Chapter X. Journey from St. Louis to the Cantonment of Leavenworth, or to the Borders of the Settlement, from the l0th to the 22nd of April -- Chapter XI. Journey from the Cantonment of Leavenworth to the Punca Indians, fr6m April 22nd to May 12th -- Chapter XII. Voyage from L'Eau qui Court to Fort Pierre, on the Teton River (the Little Missouri), and Stay there, from May 13th to June 4th -- Chapter XIII. Voyage from Fort Pierre, on the Teton River, to Fort Clarke, near the Villages of the Mandans, from the 5th to the 19th of June -- Chapter XIV. Voyage from Fort Clarke to Fort Union, near the Mouth of the Yellow Stone River, from the 19th to the 24th of June -- Chapter XV. Description of Fort Union and its Neighbourhood
  • Volume XXIII. Chapter XVI. First stay at Fort Union, from June 24th to July 6, 1833 -- Chapter XVII. Voyage from Fort Union to Muscleshell River, from the 6th to the 28th of July -- Chapter XVIII. Voyage from the Muscleshell River to Fort McKenzie, from July 28th to August 9th -- Chapter XIX. Description of Fort McKenzie and the Environs, and of the Indian population living there -- Chapter XX. Stay at, Fort McKenzie, from August 9th to September 14th -- Chapter XXI. Return from Fort McKenzie to Fort Union, from the 14th to the 29th of September -- Chapter XXII. Second residence at Fort Union, from September 29th to October 30th -- Chapter XXIII. Voyage from Fort Union to Fort Clarke, from October 30th to November 8th -- Chapter XXIV. Description of Fort Clarke and the Environs -- Chapter XXV. Account of the Mandan Indians -- Chapter XXVI. Observations on the Tribe of the Manitaries,or Gros Ventres -- Chapter XXVII. A few words respecting the Arikkaras
  • Volume XXIV. Chapter XXVIII. Winter Sojourn at Fort Clarke, from November 8th to the end of 1833 -- Chapter XXIX. Continuation of our Winter Residence at Fort Clarke, till our Departure, from January 1st to April 18th, 1834 -- Chapter XXX. Return from Fort Clarke to the Cantonment of Leavenworth, from April 18th to May 18th -- Chapter XXXI. Voyage from the Cantonment of Leavenworth to Portsmouth, on the Mouth of the Ohio River,from May 18th to June 2oth -- Chapter XXXII. Passage of the Ohio Canal and Lake Erie to the Falls of Niagara, from the 21st to the 30th of June -- Chapter XXXIII. Return on the Erie Canal and the River Hudson to New York. Voyage to Europe -- Appendix (combination of German and English editions) I. Vocabularies of some of the Tribes of Northwestern America. Translated for the present edition from the original German edition (Coblentz, 1839), by Asa Currier Tilton. (a) Introduction ; (b) Vocabularies: Arikkaras, Assiniboins, Blackfeet, Chayennes, Crows, Dacota Yanktonans, Dacota Tetons, Fall Indians, Flatheads, Kickapus, Konsa Krih, Kutana, Mandans, Minnitarris, Musquake, Ojibua, Omaha, Otos, Pahni, Puncas, Saukis, Snake, Wasaji [Osage] ; (c) Indian Sign Language -- II. On the Origin of the Otos, Joways, and Mjssouris; a tradition communicated by an Old Chief to Major Bean, the Indian Agent (From the London edition, 1843) -- III. Sale of Land by the Indians, Extract from the published Contract (From the London edition) -- IV. Treaty of Peace between the American Fur Company and the Blackfeet. (From the London edition) -- V. Meteorological Observations at Fort Union and Fort Clarke on the Upper Missouri. (Summarized from the original German edition, by Asa Currier Tilton) -- VI. Bird Calendar for the Region of the Mandan Village, for the Winter of 1833-34. (Translated from the original German edition, by Asa Currier Tilton) -- VII . Catalogus Plantarum in Monte Pocono (North Hampt., Pennsylvaniae), observatarum a L.D.Schweinitz. (From the London edition) -- VIII . Systematic View of the Plants brought back from my Tour on the Missouri, drawn up by President Nees von Essenbeck, at Breslau. (From the London edition) --- IX. Catalogue of Birds, observed in the months of November, December, January, and February, at the mouth of the Wabash. (Translated from the original German edition, by Asa Currier Tilton)
  • Illustrations. Volume 22. Facsimile of title-page to Maximilian's Travels -- Bear-trap -- Indian pipes -- Neck-yoke and plow -- Formations of limestone rocks -- Omaha Indians -- An Omaha boy -- Omaha war club -- Punca war club -- Punca Indians in buffalo robes -- Method of wearing hair -- Bows, arrows, and quiver -- Tents of the Sioux -- Plan of Fort Pierre -- Dakota pipes -- A Dakota, with plaited hair -- ATeton -- Hill of baked clay -- Antlers of deer -- Sioux burial stages -- A Blackfoot musical instrument -- Stone battle-axe -- Assiniboin pipes -- Pipe for warlike expeditions
  • Illustrations, Volume 23. A Grosventre dagger -- Blackfoot parchment bags -- Horn drinking cup -- Tale pipes -- Plan of women's medicine dance -- Badge of Prairie-dog band -- Badge of Raven band -- Pipe-lighting stick -- Indians seated before Fort McKenzie -- Head of Ceruus macrotis -- Head of Antilocapra Ord -- Head of Canis latmns -- Hand looking-glass -- Cylinder of planks -- Mandan huts -- Mandan bed -- A Mandan letter, in hieroglyphics -- Child's dart, of stag-horn -- Stone club, with handle -- A knotted wooden club -- Arikara bird-cage gourds -- Map of neighborhood of Fort
  • Illustrations, Volume 24. Plan of Minitaree medicine feast -- Club, with carved head -- Plan of Mandan hut -- Mandan, in bull-dance costume -- Heads of sledge dogs -- Double rainbow -- Little Soldier (Tukan Haton), a Sioux chief -- Plan of Niagara 'Falls -- Harpoon for dolphins
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Library's copy 1 (Special Collections): Bookplate: Charles N. Dietz.
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Travels in the interior of North America, by Maximilian, Prince of Wied ; translated from the German by Hannibal Evans Lloyd ; edited with notes, introductions, index, etc. by Reuben Gold Thwaites, LL.D
Publication
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  • Reprint of the London ed. of 1843
  • German original, Coblenz, 1839-1841, published under title: Reise in das innere Nord-America in den Jahren 1832 bis 1834
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volume
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Contents
  • Volume XXII. Preface to volumes XXII-XXIV / Reuben Gold Thwaites -- Travels in the Interior of North [Part I, being Chapters i-xv of the London edition, 1843. Maximilian, Prince of Wied. Translated from the German by Hannibal Evans Lloyd. Author's Preface ; Translator's Preface -- Chapter I. Voyage to Boston, Stay in that City, and Journey to New York, from May 17th to July 9th, 1832 -- Chapter II. Stay in New York, Philadelphia, and Bordentown, from the 9th to the16th of July -- Chapter III. Residence at Freiburg and Bethlehem in Pennsylvania, from July 30th to August 23rd -- Chapter IV. Journey to the Pokono, and through the Blue Mountains to Mauch Chunk, in the Coal District, from the 23rd to the 30th of August -- Chapter V. Description of Mauch Chunk and its Coal Mines, Journey through the Lehigh Valley to Bethlehem, and last Residence in that Town, from August 31st to September 16th -- Chapter VI. Journey from Bethlehem to Pittsburg, over the Alleghanys, from September 17th to October 7th -- Chapter VII. Journey from Pittsburg to New Harmony, on the Wabash, from the 8th to the 19th of October -- Chapter VIII. Description of the Country about New Harmony, in Indiana, and Winter Residence there from October 19th, 1832, to March 16th, 1833 -- Chapter IX. Journey from New Harmony to St. Louis on the Mississippi, and our Stay there, from M:arch 16th to April 9th -- Chapter X. Journey from St. Louis to the Cantonment of Leavenworth, or to the Borders of the Settlement, from the l0th to the 22nd of April -- Chapter XI. Journey from the Cantonment of Leavenworth to the Punca Indians, fr6m April 22nd to May 12th -- Chapter XII. Voyage from L'Eau qui Court to Fort Pierre, on the Teton River (the Little Missouri), and Stay there, from May 13th to June 4th -- Chapter XIII. Voyage from Fort Pierre, on the Teton River, to Fort Clarke, near the Villages of the Mandans, from the 5th to the 19th of June -- Chapter XIV. Voyage from Fort Clarke to Fort Union, near the Mouth of the Yellow Stone River, from the 19th to the 24th of June -- Chapter XV. Description of Fort Union and its Neighbourhood
  • Volume XXIII. Chapter XVI. First stay at Fort Union, from June 24th to July 6, 1833 -- Chapter XVII. Voyage from Fort Union to Muscleshell River, from the 6th to the 28th of July -- Chapter XVIII. Voyage from the Muscleshell River to Fort McKenzie, from July 28th to August 9th -- Chapter XIX. Description of Fort McKenzie and the Environs, and of the Indian population living there -- Chapter XX. Stay at, Fort McKenzie, from August 9th to September 14th -- Chapter XXI. Return from Fort McKenzie to Fort Union, from the 14th to the 29th of September -- Chapter XXII. Second residence at Fort Union, from September 29th to October 30th -- Chapter XXIII. Voyage from Fort Union to Fort Clarke, from October 30th to November 8th -- Chapter XXIV. Description of Fort Clarke and the Environs -- Chapter XXV. Account of the Mandan Indians -- Chapter XXVI. Observations on the Tribe of the Manitaries,or Gros Ventres -- Chapter XXVII. A few words respecting the Arikkaras
  • Volume XXIV. Chapter XXVIII. Winter Sojourn at Fort Clarke, from November 8th to the end of 1833 -- Chapter XXIX. Continuation of our Winter Residence at Fort Clarke, till our Departure, from January 1st to April 18th, 1834 -- Chapter XXX. Return from Fort Clarke to the Cantonment of Leavenworth, from April 18th to May 18th -- Chapter XXXI. Voyage from the Cantonment of Leavenworth to Portsmouth, on the Mouth of the Ohio River,from May 18th to June 2oth -- Chapter XXXII. Passage of the Ohio Canal and Lake Erie to the Falls of Niagara, from the 21st to the 30th of June -- Chapter XXXIII. Return on the Erie Canal and the River Hudson to New York. Voyage to Europe -- Appendix (combination of German and English editions) I. Vocabularies of some of the Tribes of Northwestern America. Translated for the present edition from the original German edition (Coblentz, 1839), by Asa Currier Tilton. (a) Introduction ; (b) Vocabularies: Arikkaras, Assiniboins, Blackfeet, Chayennes, Crows, Dacota Yanktonans, Dacota Tetons, Fall Indians, Flatheads, Kickapus, Konsa Krih, Kutana, Mandans, Minnitarris, Musquake, Ojibua, Omaha, Otos, Pahni, Puncas, Saukis, Snake, Wasaji [Osage] ; (c) Indian Sign Language -- II. On the Origin of the Otos, Joways, and Mjssouris; a tradition communicated by an Old Chief to Major Bean, the Indian Agent (From the London edition, 1843) -- III. Sale of Land by the Indians, Extract from the published Contract (From the London edition) -- IV. Treaty of Peace between the American Fur Company and the Blackfeet. (From the London edition) -- V. Meteorological Observations at Fort Union and Fort Clarke on the Upper Missouri. (Summarized from the original German edition, by Asa Currier Tilton) -- VI. Bird Calendar for the Region of the Mandan Village, for the Winter of 1833-34. (Translated from the original German edition, by Asa Currier Tilton) -- VII . Catalogus Plantarum in Monte Pocono (North Hampt., Pennsylvaniae), observatarum a L.D.Schweinitz. (From the London edition) -- VIII . Systematic View of the Plants brought back from my Tour on the Missouri, drawn up by President Nees von Essenbeck, at Breslau. (From the London edition) --- IX. Catalogue of Birds, observed in the months of November, December, January, and February, at the mouth of the Wabash. (Translated from the original German edition, by Asa Currier Tilton)
  • Illustrations. Volume 22. Facsimile of title-page to Maximilian's Travels -- Bear-trap -- Indian pipes -- Neck-yoke and plow -- Formations of limestone rocks -- Omaha Indians -- An Omaha boy -- Omaha war club -- Punca war club -- Punca Indians in buffalo robes -- Method of wearing hair -- Bows, arrows, and quiver -- Tents of the Sioux -- Plan of Fort Pierre -- Dakota pipes -- A Dakota, with plaited hair -- ATeton -- Hill of baked clay -- Antlers of deer -- Sioux burial stages -- A Blackfoot musical instrument -- Stone battle-axe -- Assiniboin pipes -- Pipe for warlike expeditions
  • Illustrations, Volume 23. A Grosventre dagger -- Blackfoot parchment bags -- Horn drinking cup -- Tale pipes -- Plan of women's medicine dance -- Badge of Prairie-dog band -- Badge of Raven band -- Pipe-lighting stick -- Indians seated before Fort McKenzie -- Head of Ceruus macrotis -- Head of Antilocapra Ord -- Head of Canis latmns -- Hand looking-glass -- Cylinder of planks -- Mandan huts -- Mandan bed -- A Mandan letter, in hieroglyphics -- Child's dart, of stag-horn -- Stone club, with handle -- A knotted wooden club -- Arikara bird-cage gourds -- Map of neighborhood of Fort
  • Illustrations, Volume 24. Plan of Minitaree medicine feast -- Club, with carved head -- Plan of Mandan hut -- Mandan, in bull-dance costume -- Heads of sledge dogs -- Double rainbow -- Little Soldier (Tukan Haton), a Sioux chief -- Plan of Niagara 'Falls -- Harpoon for dolphins
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25376458
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24 cm.
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3 volumes
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Note
Library's copy 1 (Special Collections): Bookplate: Charles N. Dietz.
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