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Indian life on the Northwest coast of North America, as seen by the early explorers and fur traders during the last decades of the eighteenth century.

Chicago, University of Chicago Press [1972] .
ISBN 0226310884, 9780226310886

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Subjects Geschichte.
Indians of North America -- Northwest Coast of North America -- History -- 18th century.
Indians of North America.
Indiens d'Amérique -- Nord-Ouest, Côte (Amérique du Nord)
North America -- Northwest Coast of North America.
Series ACLS Humanities E-Book.
Description xiv, 277 pages illustrations 21 x 23 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 263-271).
Contents The Russians seek the "great land" and thereby arouse the Spaniards to reconsider the Northern boundary of "Alta California" -- Captain Cook's third voyage to the Pacific Ocean arrives at Nootka Sound -- The challenge of the Coast south of Nootka: the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Columbia River -- The inside passage, where the Spaniards in the Sutil and the Mexicana proceed more slowly and Vancouver Island -- The Haida, the shrewdest of traders, who set the style for demands for trade goods -- The aggressive Tlingit, who discouraged Vancouver's surveying and stood off the Russians for half a decade -- The northernmost reaches, with the Chugach of Prince William Sound, the Athapascans of Cook Inlet, and the Aleut and Russians at Unalaska.
Genre History.
Geographic Area West (U.S.)
Network Numbers (OCoLC)549638
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Gunther, Erna, 1896-1982.
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