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The crossing of the Sierra Nevada in the winter of 1843-44 1 edition

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About the Book

THE CROSSING describes the route of Frémont's 2nd Expedition from Bridgeport to Sutter's fort in the winter of 1844.
Each day of forty-one days of winter crossing of the Sierra Nevada contains all the text from that day of Frémont's Report to Congress.
It also contains all the text from the same day from the diary of Charles Preuss, and from the autobiography of Kit Carson.

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The crossing of the Sierra Nevada in the winter of 1843-44
report of the exploring expedition to Oregon and north California in the years 1843-'44
Rev. and expanded ed.
J.C. Frémont ; edited from United States Senate document no. 174 by Bob Graham.

Published 2001 by B. Graham in Sacramento, Ca .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 95-98).
Cover title.
"To which is added excerpts from the diary of Charles Preuss, the autobiography of Kit Carson, and annotations by the editor."

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
917.94/2043
Library of Congress
F868.S5 F74 2001

The Physical Object

Pagination
98 p. :
Number of pages
98

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL3582328M
LC Control Number
2002279073

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