A topographical description of Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and North Carolina / reprinted from the original ed. of 1778 ; ed. by Frederick Charles Hicks.
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Hicks, Frederick C. b. 1875.
Illinois River (Ill.).
Indians of North America -- Statistics.
Mississippi River Valley -- Description and travel.
Ohio River Valley -- Description and travel.
143 p. : fold. map (in pocket) 2 plans, fold. facsim., fold. tab. ; 25 cm.
Contains reprint of original t.-p., London, 1778.
"This edition is limited to two hundred and forty-five numbered copies, this being no. ."
"The map, which the following sheets are intended to explain, comprehends almost the whole of the country, lying between the 34th and 44th degrees of latitude, and the 79th and 93d degrees of longitude."--Pref.
"Biographical sketch of Thomas Hutchins": p. 7-51.
"Mr. Patrick Kennedy's journal of an expedition undertaken by himself and several coureurs de bois in the year 1773,-- from Kaskaskias village in the Illinois country, to the head waters of the Illinois river": p. 122-134.
"A list of the different nations and tribes of Indians in the northern districts of North America, with the number of their fighting men, &c. &c.": p. 135-137.
"A list of the works of Thomas Hutchins, including notes on the map and book reprinted, by Frederick Charles Hicks": p. -66.
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